|Item Weight||6.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8 x 3.2 x 2.5 inches|
|Item model number||ASWC|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Warranty||1-year Manufacturer's Warranty|
|Height (inches)||2.5 inches|
|Width (inches)||3.5 inches|
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Metra Axxess ASWC OEM Steering Wheel Control Universal Interface Module (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
|Price:||$49.73 & FREE Shipping|
- For Use with Radios Equipped with OE Steering Control Input
- Universal Steering Wheel Control Interface
- Can be Used On Most Any Vehicle with Steering Wheel Controls
- Retains OEM Steering Wheel Controls
- Auto-Detects Many Vehicle Makes and Aftermarket Radios,1-year Manufacturer's warranty
- Auto-Detects Many Vehicle Makes and Aftermarket Radios
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I changed this from a one star to a four, why? Because Amazon being the the company they are responded to my email to them with a shipping confirmation of a replacement and an email apologizing for the inconvenience. I got the replacement in the mail a few days later and when I replaced the one I had it worked flawlessly.
Moral of the story is, if you buy this product and have ANY problems with it, contact Amazon and don't waist your time with Metra.
I highly recommend this unit for keeping your factory steering wheel controls with an aftermarket head unit.
But one slip of logic made it through the design process. You know those arrow buttons on your steering wheel? Well, Metra gives you the choice of making those buttons work as 1. a combination of STATION SEEK (in radio mode) and TRACK CHANGE (when playing CDs) or 2. a combination of PRESET CHANGE (radio) and FOLDER CHANGE (CDs). Most people prefer the arrow buttons to work as PRESET CHANGE and TRACK CHANGE (which is how they always come from the factory), but that combo's a no-go, at least with Pioneer stereos. As a result, those of us who listen to radio and CDs equally can only use our steering wheel buttons about half the time. Sigh.
More annoyances: the volume button now ignores the first press of your finger -- SOMETIMES (it's not consistent). Also, Metra could have done a better job writing instructions, and placing the vehicle-specific wiring info where people can actually find it instead of burying it in some obscure nether-region of their website. Finally, they could have issued a courtesy warning that for this device to work, your stereo needs a 3.5mm jack in the back -- something usually only found on higher-end models (over $160 in Pioneer's case).
2013 update: just 2.X years later, this device is already malfunctioning -- pressing the volume button now sometimes changes the radio frequency. This product sucks.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Installs as advertised. Learned my rig and head unit on first try. Seems slow to respond sometimes (skipping tracks), but that could be the head unit. Read morePublished 1 month ago by NWBuckeye
I've had this for a few years now and it works extremely well. It's fairly easy to hook up too. However, every once in a while it doesn't connect - every couple months or so. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rick
Product is discontinued and call button isn't responsive with 2015 Kia Optima 2015 LX.Published 2 months ago by Terrell Williams
Worked perfectly for me. Go to the manufacturers website for exact install instructions for your vehicle.Published 2 months ago by Devon
Item worked as described, I did the install myself, took about 15-30 minutes and no need for pro installers I was changing channels and volume on my own! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Morphiuz
Worked like it should in my 06 Silverado. I'm happy with it. It's been working for 3 years now.Published 5 months ago by Chris
This worked really good with my 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer (Galant Fortis) and Pioneer AVHX5700BHS. The Volume control and Channel select along with the telephone worked on the very... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Harry