GM Steering Wheel Switch LED Rebuild Kit

  • $55.00

The GM Steering Wheel Switch LED Rebuild Kit is uniquely designed to directly replace the OEM circuit boards found in the steering wheel switch modules of a variety of GM vehicles. As with many aging vehicles, the OEM steering switch modules suffer from failing button switches or back lighting lamps have burned out. The replacement circuit boards are an improvement in a number of ways. The switches used have a higher tactile force to provide a much better ‘click’ feel to the steering buttons. The replacement boards integrate an LED light directly under each button (3 on each board) in place of just one incandescent light bulb found on the OEM boards. By directly illuminating each button, button illumination is superior. Also, the LEDs used have superior longevity over the incandescent lamps. These replacement switches will likely outlast the vehicle in most cases.

By incorporating LEDs in the circuit design, a variety of back lighting colors are available. Besides the OEM Red color, we can also offer Blue, Green, Yellow and White. Because the cost of the various color LEDs, some colors require a premium price.

The rebuild kit comes with everything needed for an easy replacement of the OEM switch boards. Each kit comes with full color illustrated installation instructions. Typical installation time is 30 minutes with just a few tools. Installation does not require any rewiring or vehicle wire harness modifications. The connectors use on the replacement circuit boards are a direct match to the OEM connectors. This simplifies installation and assures a correct installation.

The GM Steering Wheel Switch Rebuild Kit is compatible with the following GM vehicles:

  • 1997 – 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix
  • 1995 – 2002 Pontiac Firebird/Trans Am*
  • 1999 – 2001 Pontiac Montana
  • 1998 – 2002 Chevrolet Camaro*

* - GM installed two variations of steering wheel switches on these models. This kit is compatible with ONLY the Gray Housing switch assemblies and NOT the Black Housing switch assemblies. See below.