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Old 04-16-2018, 08:46 AM   #1  
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As the title says, OEM GM Red Paddle Shifters for Automatic Transmission. Used for a couple of months. Like new condition.

You do not have to take the steering wheel off - remove the airbag, disconnect the steering wheel switch connectors, lift the silver bezel on the steering wheel, remove one T20 torx per side and disconnect the wiring connector. Reverse for install and done.

$130 shipped.

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I think some members on this thread are looking for red paddles. Perhaps you can link post there but I am sure you will sell them fairly quickly.

https://www.corvetteforum.com/forums...t-decal-2.html

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As the title says, OEM GM Red Paddle Shifters for Automatic Transmission. Used for a couple of months. Like new condition.

No pics at this time but I can email or text some.

You do not have to take the steering wheel off - remove the airbag, lift the silver bezel on the steering wheel, remove one T20 torx per side and disconnect the wiring connector. Reverse for install and done.

$130 shipped.

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I can't believe that you don't have to remove the steering wheel.
Everything I have read about changing the paddle shifters say "remove the wheel"

Picture would be really helpful.
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I can't believe that you don't have to remove the steering wheel.
Everything I have read about changing the paddle shifters say "remove the wheel"

Picture would be really helpful.
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I have no pictures of the install without removing the wheel, just described in text in original post. I have done it, more than once.

Below is what the wheel looks like without the switches and trim if that helps.

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You are correct steering wheel does not have to be removed, I read that all wrong.
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As the title says, OEM GM Red Paddle Shifters for Automatic Transmission. Used for a couple of months. Like new condition.

You do not have to take the steering wheel off - remove the airbag, disconnect the steering wheel switch connectors, lift the silver bezel on the steering wheel, remove one T20 torx per side and disconnect the wiring connector. Reverse for install and done.

$130 shipped.

Rob H

Hello Rob,
If these are still available, I'm interested.....Thanks!
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I can't believe that you don't have to remove the steering wheel.
Everything I have read about changing the paddle shifters say "remove the wheel"

Picture would be really helpful.
You DO Not need to remove the steering wheel.
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Payment received from first in line for the paddles. Thanks for interest.
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Lou came over and we installed the red paddles on his gorgeous 18 GS in minutes without removing the steering wheel.
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Amen to that! Big thank you and kudos to Rob, great guy!!
It must have taken him no more than 10 minutes!! No steering wheel removal, didn't even need to completely remove the trim, once the airbag was out just carefully moved it aside and voila paddles swapped!
They work and look awesome. Very happy!
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I wish the next guy to install a set of Paddle Shifters would do a How-To Video.

The the rest of us could see how easy it was to do the job.
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