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Old 11-04-2004, 07:32   #1 (permalink)
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Whats up gang, just need to know if i replace my factory CD/cassette/radio on my SUV, how can i get the audio controls on my steering wheel to work with the new radio? I mean is it even possible? I heard there was from people, but dont know if thats true or not. If it is true, that BE GREAT!

I have a 2001 Mercury Moutaineer 4WD. The CD/cassette/radio i have is still working, but the lights on the radio all went out.

Im thinking of changing it to a single DIN AM/FM/CD/MP3 player.

So pls, if u know, reply on how i can do this or if it can be done.
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Old 11-24-2004, 17:15   #2 (permalink)
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Re: NEED HELP...on new Radio Install...

You need a product called a SWI-X it comes from a company called PAC.
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Re: NEED HELP...on new Radio Install...

please advise where would stock this item and the approximate price as stinger has one too and I ave been quoted $250 for it which I thought was a bit steep!!

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Re: NEED HELP...on new Radio Install...

ok go look closely at www.lightningaudio.com they have a module which will allow almost every aftermarket unit to be used through the steering wheel on almost any car. you need to really look as its in a place you wouldnt expect it to be (been to long, cant remember)
it is possible and isnt expensive.
ok here is the direct link. it is a SWI-X too so its what someone else said earlier
http://www.lightningaudio.com/2004/p....asp?catID=213
my local Autobarn stock Lightning Audio products and from personal experience they are excellent quality.
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I bought my SWI-X from the states on ebay, with freight etc it cost me AUD$76. The seller was "cobymoby" by memory.....
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