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Old 11-29-2006, 09:25 AM   #1
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Default HOW TO: Horn Hookup and Turn Signal Auto Canceling on Aftermarket Wheel *NRG Setup*

Well I have looked around and information is all over scattered in pieces.
Everyone have their own way of doing Horn and Signal on Aftermarket Steering wheel and Hub.

Per request I will post it in our local forums too

This is In My Opinion is the easiest and SAFEST hookup of Horn and Auto Turn Signal Canceling on my 2005 STI.

Products Used:

1. NRG-F009 Steering Wheel
2. NRG SRK-250B Black QUICK RELEASE Kit Generation 2.5
3. NRG SRK-100H Short Hub

Here we go.

Horn Hookup:

All you need is 1 feet of 8 Gauge Wire and some zip ties.

You will find a Screw right under the steering column.
You will use that screw to hold the Red wire (brush) in place and also use couple Zip ties to set it in proper location.
When Hub is installed red wire have to be touching the Copper Ring in the back of the Hub.

You will connect GREEN/RED wire to your 8Gauge red wire that is touching the Hub. If in doubt test this green/red wire
by touching ground (metal steering column) - Your horn will signal with your ignition OFF.

Everything else is pretty straight forward. Here is some pictures.







Auto Turn Signal Canceling:

You Will REUSE the center insert of your Clock spring. You can take it out by prying off four tabs that holds whole Clock Spring together.

The Turn Canceling piece is little too large in diameter so you will have to wrap inside of the NRG hub with electrical tape.
Use about 10-15 full turns and check periodically how the Canceling piece fits. Once it fits snug I used a little bit of 3M trim adhesive glue
to make sure the piece stays in place and put some tape over it.

Take a note from the picture how it goes onto the hub.

Now Install your Hub, Quick Release and Wheel and ENJOY the Luxury of HORN and Auto Canceling Turn Signals. (and just forget about Cruise Control)



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Old 11-29-2006, 09:27 AM   #2
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And some Finished product Pictures. Enjoy.

(but since the write up I desided that I dont like the Weird shaped NRG-009 wheel and there was not enough grip, So I went to NRG-012 wheel in Suede with Red stiching.)





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Old 11-29-2006, 09:53 AM   #3
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definately saving the pics - thanks for the instructions -

going to apply this to my momo steering wheel install, nrg quick release hub adapter, and the nrg hub lock - ... good stuff! - the loose fit with the hub would explain why people always have trouble with the NRG parts becoming loose so much - the tape fix does the trick and keeps it a tight fit!

nice pics btw -

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Old 11-29-2006, 10:24 AM   #4
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hmmm
not quite how i did it.

i've got a sparco wheel
with horn, turn signals and cruise
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Old 11-29-2006, 10:53 AM   #5
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Jamie. You prommised pics of your install for over a year now (looked through alot of aftermarket install wheels threads here ) and you never did a write up

Some ppl did wire loops (not safe and they fail after time) Horn button installs on the dash. (silly)

Post up some of yours and how you did it.
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Old 11-29-2006, 11:21 AM   #6
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Jamie. You prommised pics of your install for over a year now (looked through alot of aftermarket install wheels threads here ) and you never did a write up

Some ppl did wire loops (not safe and they fail after time) Horn button installs on the dash. (silly)

Post up some of yours and how you did it.


No

it's a Subie Gal secret....
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Old 11-29-2006, 12:10 PM   #7
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Fine be like that .
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Old 11-30-2006, 11:08 AM   #8
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Suby gal.

Well im guessing, Why your not telling.. Is because you cant do it.

Peter FTW.
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Old 11-30-2006, 11:27 AM   #9
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Suby gal.

Well im guessing, Why your not telling.. Is because you cant do it.

Peter FTW.
That's kinda what i was thinking too Jamie...
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Old 11-30-2006, 02:09 PM   #10
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Wow, that wheel looks really good in there. How does it affect the visibility of the gauges when driving?
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Old 12-07-2006, 10:31 PM   #11
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And this is the update.

I ditched that weird shaped leather 009 wheel for 012 in Suede with red stiching. I couldnt get used to that weird shape. I guess I like my wheel Round.



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Old 12-07-2006, 11:01 PM   #12
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oooh that looks nice!
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Old 12-07-2006, 11:01 PM   #13
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Baller, just be careful when driving with wet hands...
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The new wheel looks a lot better sweet install!
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Old 12-08-2006, 12:20 AM   #15
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That suede looks hawt! Where'd you get the parts?
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is this a street car? or track car only.

if it is a street car, why would you ditch the airbag?
wheel looks great btw, but i would have a hard time giving up my airbag.
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^

Its a Daily driver, but I sometimes do autoX. I just dont really care about the airbag. Never did. I know you will have tons a good things to say about them. But still. And I HATE huge WRX wheel. This one is much smaller. It feels Great. Suede Rules.

( I still have stock wheel with bag so when I sell the car I put it back in for the safety of the future driver)
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Its a Daily driver, but I sometimes do autoX. I just dont really care about the airbag. Never did. I know you will have tons a good things to say about them. But still. And I HATE huge WRX wheel. This one is much smaller. It feels Great. Suede Rules.

( I still have stock wheel with bag so when I sell the car I put it back in for the safety of the future driver)
no thats cool, i was just curious. I mean it affects you more than anyone else since you are driving.
it looks good
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bro thanks for the description, but i can't see the pictures and I'm a very visual learner. is there any way you can show the pictures or send them to me so i can do it to my car ?!?!?!?!
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bro thanks for the description, but i can't see the pictures and I'm a very visual learner. is there any way you can show the pictures or send them to me so i can do it to my car ?!?!?!?!

You're bumping an 11 year old thread and expecting the photos to still be active?

Sorry but the OP is probably long gone and not likely to respond.
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