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    steering wheels control for chrysler

    Hey guys, I just sold my 03 accord coupe last friday and bought a 300c. I would like to use the fusion brain in this car also. Does anyone know if the steering wheels control is a one wire or two?

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    anone know where I can find the wire diagram for chrysler 2005 300c?

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    You could try here for starters:
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    I found the installation instructions for a PAC-SWI for your car. This should highlight which wire to use from the factory harness.

    http://pac-audio.com/instructions/sw...pp%20guide.pdf

    Here's the pinout for your car.




    Thank Google.

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    300c steering controls

    here's what i found, note that steering wheel buttons are on a LIN bus to the steering control module. what do you intend to do using these buttons?
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    which wire color is it on the back of the oem radio that the steering wheel uses to controls the radio?

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    Quote Originally Posted by reromero View Post
    here's what i found, note that steering wheel buttons are on a LIN bus to the steering control module. what do you intend to do using these buttons?
    I want to use the buttons just like I did in my honda accord for my carputer software streetdeck. So I can control the volume up and down, and next song and voice control. Thats why I need the wire color of which wire it is. On my accord it was one wire resistive. The wire was under 5volts which was easy to program with the fusion brain. Just need to know if the chrysler is one or two wires, and if the wire is already under the 5volts to work with the fusion brain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reromero View Post
    here's what i found, note that steering wheel buttons are on a LIN bus to the steering control module. what do you intend to do using these buttons?
    I need a bigger picture of this diagram or link?

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    The pinout I gave you is for one of the radio plugs. Find the plug that looks like that. Those two wires are needed, so that probably means that it's a two wire setup. You'll have to correspond those two pins to whatever color the wire may be. You'll also have to use your multimeter and go through the same steps (in the FB tutorial) you did with the Honda.

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    can't use the CAN-bus with the FB

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