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Old 06-02-2006, 09:04 PM   #1
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Default Who has aftermarket deck with working steering wheel controls?

I did some searching on here, and at the local audio store, I want some opinions on the definative steering wheel control adapter for aftermarket headunits. I seen that PAC one, and I was told Alpine make one, etc. Whats the best one for our cars?
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i have an eclipse headunit with a pac steering wheel control adapter for eclipse models. it was pretty easy to install and works well. the only thing that kind sucks is that it only allows for 5 funtions, so not all of the stock buttons will be used. pac also makes ones specifically for alipine, pioneer and sony.
I didnt want to deal with the IR one, so this one is the hardwired version, which i liked alot better.

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i have the pac steering wheel controls and they work great.....all buttons used on steering wheel and only 3 wires to hook up...red...black...green...i then ran it into my a/c ducts above my stereo to project signal and works awesome
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I have an Alpine 9831 and got the adaptor (pac something) and it works fine.

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I have the pac unit for my alpine head unit. Love it.
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