First off id like to thanks Superpickel for the original how to on this
before anyone starts this it must be noted that I am or Superpickel is not responsible for any damages or the airbag being deployed
with that said first things first remove you need to disconnect the negative battery cable. this will require a 10mm wrench This will disengage the steering wheel airbag.
Next, remove two black square plates, from the steering column, on both sides of the steering wheel. This allows you to see behind the steering wheel itself.
After that, you will see two rods, running up and down, one on each side. These rods are spring action and set into a notch on a rod protruding beneath the horn cover to allow the cover to be pushed in (to honk the horn) and release. using a screw driver, push the straight up and down rods inward. This will release the horn cover and the air bag. Feel free to unplug the clip for the air bag (please see note at bottom)
After that is out, you will see three pieces. Those coveted three pieces that you have been staring at for the past 3 weeks that are still silver while everything else has been primed, painted, and cleared to perfection. Holding these three pieces are a few phillips head screws. there are 2 screws in the front of the steering wheel
now the difficult screw is located behind the black plastic behind the wheel itself.. to remove this the easiest way i found is to put the steering wheel upside down and lower the wheel all the way down force the black plastic down and proceed to remove the screw.
Take them out, have your way with painting and then replace the pieces.
If you're like me and cant wait the recommended dry time for the paint and not go anywhere you can replace the horn and negative battery cable
I did not unclip the connector for the air bag. Reason being, and I'm not sure of the validity of this, is because I have heard of air bags not deploying later on after reassembly (later down the road in wrecks) because they had been tampered with (unplugged before). This is the reason I left mine plugged up. But like I said, not 100% sure. Better safe than sorry.