@litz Thank you for the link to how you did this.2016/2013 steering wheel swap
2016/2013 steering wheel swap--not plug and play. The owners of the 2016 who are considering an aftermarket steering wheel should note the slight differences between the 2016 and previous model years--using my 2013 as an example. There are two pins/nubs on the steering column of the 2013 for the turn signal cancelling switch, but only one on the 2016. The holes in the steering wheel frame are different, in that the 2016's wheel puller threaded holes are where the signal cancelling pins/nubs holes are on the 2013, and the signal cancelling hole of the 2016 is an oval hole, just left of the wheel puller threaded hole(s) of the 2013.
For the 2013 wheel to fit on the 2016 column, all that was necessary, was to open up that threaded hole enough for it to accept the pin/nub on the 2016 cable reel assembly. To fit the 2016 steering wheel to the 2013, I had to drill out the wheel puller threaded holes of the 2016's steering wheel assembly (and actually ovalling them out a bit towards the outer circumference to slip both pins/nubs freely into the steering wheel base.
Also noticed that the 2013 had an additional 1/8" key slot on the vertical (perpendicular to the pin/nub holes) that slips into the green plastic part in the center of the 2013's cable reel assembly, which is not present in the 2016's cable reel.
2016's wheel puller threaded holes shown after drilling them out to fit the 2013's turn signal cancelling pins/nubs. The outer, oval hole is the location of where the 2016's single pin/nub hole mates with the 2016's signal cancelling assembly (no pic of the 2016's assembly, but it doesn't have the plastic geen part of the 2013's assembly.) I thought I might have to fabricate something to the 2016's steering wheel base to make the connection to the green slotted piece on my 2013, but haven't noticed any problem yet, without doing any modifications to it--will have to make a point of investigating further, and checking the turn signal cancelling function with the 2016 wheel on the 2013 column, but there's no problem at all with the 2013 wheel on the 2016 column since that part has been redesigned out of the 2016's column.
Did you ever end up having any turn signal issues with that green slotted piece and the '16 wheel not having that vertical notch? Or is the '16 fine without the notch?