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Metra Axxess ASWC OEM Steering Wheel Control Universal Interface Module
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on November 3, 2010
As the caption indicates this unit causes minimal stress. Connect just the power, the ground and the signal cable from your steering wheel then connect a standard 3.5mm plug to your head unit. Watch it blink away then after 1 minute it will AUTOMATICALLY detect your aftermarket head unit and Bingo.... You're in business.
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on November 23, 2013
Instructions were easy to follow.
Once I got it setup I have not had any problems with it disconnecting or forgetting the setup I programmed into it, even after disconnecting the cars battery to do some work on it.
I also have not noticed any lag between pressing my cars audio buttons and the stereos response.
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on October 29, 2014
The item worked for a couple of months, then began working erratically. Only the down volume control worked on the steering wheel. Putting up the volume using the steering wheel control would turn the volume down. I had issues with the same company's module for another car as well. Not the best item I've ever used.
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on December 13, 2012
Searched my car (2009 Civic lx) in their website, followed their instructions and got it working with my appradio 2.
Good buy. Only thing at first it only blinked once and was not sinking, so I hit the reset button and thats it, blinked until it synced to my car. mode changer, volume and track changer works.
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on December 21, 2010
This is an awesome steering wheel control adapter because it automatically programs itself. Most SWC out there you have to manually program each button, which can be a pain. This little guy is straight plug and play. Definitely recommend it. I installed it into a 2006 Ford F-150 King Ranch with a Pioneer X920BT.
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on March 18, 2013
Now that is the way plug and play should be, three wires and I was on my way. My six year old could put this in, I was one of the fortunate many whose car and head unit was on the auto detect list from metra. No wander this is the most highly recommended remote interface around. I would never buy anything else.
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on May 17, 2013
Unit was supp to auto sync all features to my cars steering wheel remote. The only feature to remain factory was the volume control. lost all the phone bluetooth functions. Car was 2012 Mazda 3. Im going to try to update the control to see if it fixes the problem and syncs all the buttons on my steering wheel.
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on June 28, 2015
Works like a charm in my 06 altima. Used on 3 different pioneer radios so far, two of them dvd players. After sinked with the first radio all I had to do was swap the decks out. Didn't have to reset this unit. If it's set for a brand and your car, as long as you stay with the brand it will stay sinked
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on August 2, 2012
Makes integration of an aftermarket H/U seamless. The only issue (for me anyway) is that my Mute button on my '12 Mazda 3 only does the "attenuate" function and doesn't actually mute. The manual will say don't use t-taps, but I used them just fine with no issue (didn't want to ruin factory wiring harness).
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on March 12, 2012
This module worked great. Directions were easy to follow. Unit did not program correctly first time but after a reset and a second attempt light went solid all my controls work just like they did on the stock stereo. Process could not have been easier and I chalk the first failed attempt up as user error.
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