To be even safer, disconnect the negative battery terminal and leave it disconnected at least 20 to 30 minutes before beginning. Leave it disconnected until you have everything back together. Has been done it with the battery connected but NOT recommended. How you proceed is up to you.
On either side of the center section of the steering wheel are 2 round trim plugs about an inch or so in diameter, textured just like the wheel. Carefully, so as not to damage them, pry them out. Beneath each one is a small bolt. Remove both bolts.
Now the airbag slides out from the steering wheel. READ carefully:
turn the airbag 90 degrees in a horizontal plane so it is facing to the side. It should not be facing either the wheel, or you. If it blows for some strange reason, we want the force to go to the side and not towards you, or towards the wheel and blow the frame BACK at you.
Remove the connector and harness from the airbag. Put the airbag carefully aside, minding that the frame has sharp edges and can scratch things in your truck.
Each cruise pod has a ribbon cable going to a black connector. Carefully pry out the black connector from each pod.
Now remove the two screws holding each pod in and remove them. They look like this when you get them out