It actually is difficult to replace the button on the steering wheel in our cars. You need to removed the steering wheel and airbag to get access. Unplug the negative battery terminal and there are two torx screws on the sides of the steering wheel. Then you will be able to removed the airbag. Then there is a philips under the airbag. Remove the steering wheel, unplug all harness and there will be another philips behind the wheel. You cannot get access to the philips screw behind the steering wheel without removing it. Sorry.Yes it is possible. And really not that difficult. Our beloved Princess did a DIY post some years back on how to add the illuminated switches from an 05' to the 03' and 04'. Although most of this post is not necessary to you, it should help you with removing the old ones and reinstalling the new ones (it should be fairly similar). Use this link and scroll down to post #48 to begin the tutorial.
Yep seems to be what I'm looking for. I probably won't replace it yet, the black is chipping though and you can see white under it on the menu button (14,000 miles.. already?) I'll just wait until the other buttons get worn too but thanks!This one?
2016 Honda Accord 2 Door TRN-V6 KA 6AT steering wheel
Looks it comes as a whole assembly with volume, source, etc.
That's a helpful responseYou've used the "Audio control button on [your] 2013 Sport [so it] is worn." Wow. That's a lot of use. And you don't remember which way to push the button without looking at it?
Not to be a pain but mind posting a pic? Wanna do this because I'm too lazy to rip the steering wheel apart buuuuut :winkThat's a helpful response
I had a small wear mark on mine when I bought it and had some white showing through. I touched it up with a Sharpie ( a few "coats") and it looks brand new. I'm sure it will wear off again, but it's an easy, cheap, quick fix. Didn't think to take before and after pictures
Not a pain at all...here you go In the second and third pics with the flash you can tell where I touched it up. But unless you're shining that kind of light on it, it just looks black. I use that button quite a bit myself and that's about a month of use so far with no change.Not to be a pain but mind posting a pic? Wanna do this because I'm too lazy to rip the steering wheel apart buuuuut :wink