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post #1 of 4 Old 09-07-2019, 06:56 PM Thread Starter
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Steering wheel swap

I have a 2014 SL Note. Iím curious if anyone knows if I can swap the stock steering wheel with the wheel from the newer SR variant. It looks much nicer and thicker. Which I like. Any thoughts or recommendations would be appreciated. Thanks!


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It can be done, but it might be very expensive if you have to buy a SR airbag from Nissan.

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Yeah thatís my only concern. Are the connectors all the same? I wonít splice or modify anything when it comes to connections on the steering wheel.


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From what I have seen, the airbag connectors are fairly standard across the Nissan/Infinity lineup.
As for the ACSD(steering wheel) switches, you will have to do a little research via service manuals from your current year car, and the year you are considering
taking the wheel from. You can also cross reference part numbers trough Nissan.
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