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MAE001 04-11-2003 10:55 PM

How do U make audio controls on steering wheel work with aftermarket HU?
 
I read somewhere that you can make your multifunction buttons on your steering wheel work with aftermarket HU. I have an Alpine CDA-7998 and would love to still be able to use my audio controls on my steering wheel. Could anyone shed some light on this issue please:dunno:

Any info would be appreciated. Thanks.

SrCsTc 04-12-2003 02:22 AM

PAC SWI-X
 
http://pix.crutchfield.com/products/...127swix-f.jpeg


http://www.logjamelectronics.com/pacswisteerw.html

MAE001 04-12-2003 05:37 AM

I thought it was wires that run from the steering wheel buttons directly to the HU, but it turns out to be infra red as a method of transmission.:yikes:
Where would one put the interface then?
And the important question is where can I get one and how much? Any DIY on installation?:dunno:

SrCsTc 04-12-2003 12:38 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by MAE001
And the important question is where can I get one and how much? :dunno:

Are you serious lol... did you read my post at all? I posted a link to where you can buy it. LMAO



Rich

SrCsTc 04-12-2003 12:41 PM

Maybe this will help lol.... scroll down for the price...
 

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Yellowmann 04-12-2003 12:43 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by srcstc



Are you serious lol... did you read my post at all? I posted a link to where you can buy it. LMAO



Rich

Rich you need to post the link with "Please click here" its hard to see man :D
That big a$$ pic was distracting :lmao:

MAE001 04-12-2003 06:39 PM

I did read your whole post but I still managed to miss the link 'cause the picture is so big:banghead:
Anyway, thanks for the info bro:thumbup: I'll look into the website for more information.


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