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question for new deck install

Old 05-26-2011, 08:49 PM
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Default question for new deck install

i have a pioneer deck i want to install but i do not want to lose my steering wheel controls. i was told i would need PAC SWI-PS Steering wheel control interface for Dual, Jensen, Pioneer, and Sony at

has anyone ever installed this themselves that could tell me how difficult it is
Old 05-27-2011, 01:54 AM
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i looked up the board to confirm what i thought it was, and i was indeed right, it's basicly one wire that is wired ot the unit, the unit it's self figures out what is doing what by the voltages present, but let me post you the quote for a very knowledgeable member of our forum.

Originally Posted by bbengineer View Post
All of the buttons are wired to a single wire thru a resistor network so that each button press produces a different voltage on the wire and the radio detects the voltage to determine what button was pressed

in short, yes you should be able to wing it if you know how to wire up a deck.
Old 05-31-2011, 07:16 PM
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ok thank you. i have ordered it and will have it in hopefully a couple days.. if there is a tuturial on this it would be awesome but if not i will be happy to write one with pics as i install this
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