Too late.......I got my hands on it........
Pretty much what I saw in the YouTube video. The torx bolts are T30 in case anyone does anything with their steering wheel in the future. (I may still have mine leather wrapped by an auto upholster down the road)
Red arrows are where you might want to insulate to bolster things up. (see my wad of grey foam at the bottom arrow) Safely out of any airbag interference as this is simply to take the "flop" outta that POS. The green arrows are where I found my wires misrouted. I put them in their proper places/clips. Did I mention my dealer practices before?
The next pic is from the right side. The red arrow is where you want to insulate. I actually doubled up here cuz there are about 3 or 4 contact points and lots of flop in there. The blue arrow is where I found that intermediate piece literally separated by about 1/2 of an inch when I got it back from the dealer last repair.
Fortunately the plastic is so flimsy I was able to snap the tongue & groove back together. (whew). Ya, my dealer scares me.
Here's a link to the YouTube video I spoke of. A little different as venza has a couple plastic covers to pop off on the side before accessing the torx screws but same basic idea and good safety precautions and process within......
1998 Camry 2.2L auto. 195,000 "mostly" trouble-free miles. Recently tuned up and still purrs.
1995 Geo Prizm 1.6L. 165,000 "mostly" trouble-free miles. (need to sell soon)
2011 Venza 2.7L. 9,000 miles wondering if there ever was an NVH crew assigned to Venza