E Paddle Fitting Instructions

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We start will the OEM shift buttons & finish with the E Paddles 

Tools required

Flat head driver

T6 torx driver

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Using the flat screw driver lever the switch housing away from the steering wheel

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Move the switch housing away from the steering wheel , But do not pull the wiring as its clipped to the inside of the steering wheel .

Take your T6 torx driver & remove the two very small screws & put them some where very safe 

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Using the flat driver lever the pivot pins away from the switch housing

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To protect the paint on the E Paddle i have used a some plastic sheet.  Load the E Paddle the same way as the button came out  , Check to make sure your installing the correct hand (pointy end upwards)  

Push one of the pivot pins into the pivot hole & then work the other pin into the other hole ,Make sure the rear tag is in the rear slot

 

This E Paddle used is one of our 3D Printed prototype samples & the damage you can see on the threaded hole on our switch housing is from many installs , The PCB board only uses two of these threaded holes  

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Re-install the PCB board & make sure you do not trap the wiring , Check the Paddle action before loading back into steering wheel  

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Happy Paddling