Yes, I am willing to for out $25 now for the current v2.0 product
I have a Toyota/Scion but would rather wait for it to support more makes
I have another make, and would like to see this project support my vehicle
I'm not interested in this project at all
I'd definitely be interested for my 4Runner. I'm still in the planning stages of my new system however this solves one of the issues I was going to have to address.
I am interested in new version if it will work with Volvo S60.
$25 is reasonable for me.
I don't have a vehicle with steering wheel controls, but I'd be willing to buy one to help the cause.
Anybody who makes significantly more money than you do.
The Hoe-Puter Worklog
Progress (Phase one):
i would be interested in v2 for $25 if it works with a 2005 Infiniti G35. let me know if you need resistor values...i can try to dig them up
Edit - I think I found the resistor values. Is this the info you need?
If you guys could get this to work with the CAN-BUS system on my VW I would seriously be willing to pay DOUBLE the asking price. It still would be cheaper than buying all the stupid adapters needed to even get an analog signal out of a can-bus system.
1.8GHz Northwood, Intel 845 Mobo, 512MB DDR, 1x20GB + 1x160GB, Intel GPU, SB Live 5.1
Phoenix Gold RSD 65cs 6.5" Drivers, Infinity Tweets, Pioneer 305DVC 12", PPI Sedona 630IX, Alpine MRP-M500
advantage of getting CAN bus working i suppose is that it pretty much adds OBD-II CAN capability to the system, at a relatively low cost....
anyway, I got the digital pot in I think, it currently _should_ be able to interface with any vehicle SWI-X can.
how about citroen? and i mean the 2000 models who don't have can bus
Citroen Xantia 2.0 110 bph
buying - 100%
BMW E60 will support it?