Put on gloves to protect your hands.
Take care not to scratch the column cover.
Do not pry on the cover surface with any tools.
Release the tilt/telescope lever (A), tilt the steering column fully down, and pull the steering wheel all the way out.
Release the tabs (B) of the upper column cover (C) while pushing on the lower column cover (D) from the front side.
Carefully release the tabs, and do not pull up too hard on the upper column cover, or the hooks (E) may break.
Insert a suitable sized screwdriver or equivalent tool (F) into the lever hole (G) in the lower column cover along the guide rib (H).
Release the hook (I) on the left side of the upper column cover. The right side hook (J) of the upper column cover can't be released from the inside.
Remove the upper column cover by lightly pulling it up to release the right side hook.
Remove the screws, then remove the lower column cover (A).
Install the upper and lower column covers in the reverse order of removal, and push the hooks into place securely.
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