|Item Weight||12 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 5 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||ADS-MRR|
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- Allows installation of a new car stereo in select 2006-up Ford, Chrysler, GM, Toyota, and VW vehicles
- Works with required vehicle-specific harness (sold separately) to retain factory steering wheel audio controls, retain the factory amp if present, and integrate all car stereo connections
- Retains factory convenience features (OnStar, SYNC, Uconnect, and more) with select Kenwood, Alpine, Pioneer, and JVC touchscreen receivers
- Displays engine performance data on touchscreen with select Kenwood, JVC, Pioneer, and Alpine navigation receivers
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iDatalink's Maestro ADS-MRR module, along with the correct interface harness for your vehicle, allows you to install a new car stereo in select late-model Ford, GM, Chrysler, Toyota, or Volkswagen vehicles while retaining your factory steering wheel audio controls and the use of your factory amplifier, if present.
Legal DisclaimerRadio Replacement Interface with Steering wheel Control and Factory Amp Integration • For Use w/ Select 2004-Up Vehicle Harnesses • Assign Each Control a Secondary Function • Program it Yourself with a Windows Based Computer
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The only downside is programming it. The web app has to use DirectX, I honestly wasn't even sure if I still had a web browser that would let me use DirectX with Edge being the default on Windows 10 machines. Luckily IE is still lurking in the background. Once I got that sorted the programming was simple and straight forward.
If you are going to get a high-end radio for your modern ODB II car, do not get one without the iDatalink port and definitely use one of these!
It's easy to use and install. They have a wide coverage on vehicles and newer radios.
Just be aware that the more features that you need to retain from your factory unit, the more wiring that you'll need to feed into the box.
My only complaint would be that the provided cables are really short.So installing this in a location where it can be accessed without tearing out your radio or dash may be problematic
One last thing to mention if you are considering this. Be sure to go to iDatalink's site and check compatibility with your car and stereo. When using their compatibility tool it will tell you exactly what features can be retained and what additional harnesses or adapters may be required.
Original review: Perfect integration with my 2013 F150 and the K150 dash kit. One tip, install this where you can get to it again later in case you need to update the firmware in the future.