Disconnecting the battery should eliminate any chance of the airbag deploying, unless there is an auxiliary system I don't know about.
Depending on what you intend to replace, you can access all the wires, etc. from the front of the wheel, and would only have to remove it if you were replacing the whole back cover piece (as opposed to just popping the buttons out). Probably won't take more than seven minutes.
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