Rather simple job. Hardest part will be getting your steering wheel off. After the horn pad has been removed, back off the nut that holds the steering wheel in place. Run it out until the top of the nut is flush with the top of the steering shaft. Your wheel may pull right off? If so remove the nut and then go after the switch. IF NOT, with the nut in the flush postion mentioned, wack the top of the nut and shaft with a big hammer and the wheel should pop off/up. Remove the nut and wheel. Don't beat the crap out of it if it doesn't work. In this case you may need to get a steering wheel puller. You do not want to damage the steering shaft.