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    Is It Possible...

    Is it possible, and how would I go about doing it, to get my steering wheel radio controls to control my aftermarket CD player in my '02 WS6?

    Has anyone done this or attempted it?

    Thanks.

    FYI-I'm not at all electronic savvy.

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    yep....you can do it depending. What brand and model player do you have? I hooked up my kenwood in the truck using one of these and it works flawlessly. I'm pretty sure you need a player with a wired remote input or a dedicated steering wheel input. What I would do is do your homework at crutchfield since they have a pretty informative site or go to a radio place and see exactly what you need then order it through amazon. Amazon is pretty much half price.

    Amazon.com: PAC SWI-RC

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0rion View Post
    yep....you can do it depending. What brand and model player do you have? I hooked up my kenwood in the truck using one of these and it works flawlessly. I'm pretty sure you need a player with a wired remote input or a dedicated steering wheel input. What I would do is do your homework at crutchfield since they have a pretty informative site or go to a radio place and see exactly what you need then order it through amazon. Amazon is pretty much half price.

    Amazon.com: PAC SWI-RC
    I'm not sure. Car is at gf's at the moment.

    I'll check out that site. Thanks for the reply.

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    Have that in my ta controlling my kenwood double din head unit
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    Quote Originally Posted by raynor139 View Post
    Have that in my ta controlling my kenwood double din head unit
    Sweet. Difficult process?

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    I have the axxess unit controlling my pioneer double din.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badass WS6 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by raynor139 View Post
    Have that in my ta controlling my kenwood double din head unit
    Sweet. Difficult process?
    Instructions that come with it arent very clear. Just found a pic of someone elses and that made it easy.


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