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Thread: CarPC JoyCon - Steering wheel remote interface

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    Peugeot 307

    Hello my car is a peugeot 307 (2001 yr model). I have already a steering wheel control setup in my car. My question is if joycon can work with my car.
    307s have an electronic board behind the steering wheel which is called "COM 2000" and it sends signal to multiple functions like the lights, flash, horn, airbag, cruise control and fm radio-cd control.

    This controller is applied like a PCI card into the COM-2000 so i cant see any cables

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    Hello,

    I have a Chrylser 300c and my steering wheel controls are used for the vehicle info display as well as track next, volume, etc...

    Would it be possible to use this kit and have the ability to turn it off while the car is in motion to access the vehicle info display?

    Thanks

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    CarPC JoyCon EX supports only the resistive steering wheel remote controls.

    If the steering wheel control is not resistive, you need an adaptor for sony(or pioneer) radio that converts digital signal into analog signal.

    Connect the adaptor's analog output signal to CarPC JoyCon EX's data wire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FantaXP7 View Post
    Hello,

    I have a Chrylser 300c and my steering wheel controls are used for the vehicle info display as well as track next, volume, etc...

    Would it be possible to use this kit and have the ability to turn it off while the car is in motion to access the vehicle info display?

    Thanks
    You want to use steering wheel controls both for car pc and original function, and select one of them.
    It is not possible so far.

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    My Car has 3 wires. Diagram is below. It's my understanding that the Joycon can read resistance correct?

    What is the correct way to connect this?


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    Quote Originally Posted by SKiTLz View Post
    My Car has 3 wires. Diagram is below. It's my understanding that the Joycon can read resistance correct?

    What is the correct way to connect this?

    Pin 17 is common chassis ground. Connect it to the black wire of CarPC JoyCon Ex.
    Pin 16 and 20 is DATA wires, connect pin 16 to DATA of channel A, connect pin 17 to DATA of channel B.

    Ground is common, connect it to chassis ground(iron car body).

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    Quote Originally Posted by extraaha View Post
    Pin 17 is common chassis ground. Connect it to the black wire of CarPC JoyCon Ex.
    Pin 16 and 20 is DATA wires, connect pin 16 to DATA of channel A, connect pin 17 to DATA of channel B.

    Ground is common, connect it to chassis ground(iron car body).
    Perfect thanks mate. Maybe I'm just being dense but you lost me a bit on the last line. Pin 17 is the ground and you said to connect it to the Joycon black wire correct? So which ground are you referencing in the last line?

    ---------- Post added at 11:30 AM ---------- Previous post was at 11:26 AM ----------

    Ohh I think I know what you meant..

    Pin 16/20 to WHITE wire of Channel A/B
    Pin 17 to both BLACK wires of Channel A/B

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    It is that all the black wires of CarPC JoyCon EX is same, ground.
    So you do not need to connect all the black wires to ground,
    you may connect only one black wire to the chassis ground.

    Yes, you are right.
    Pin 16/20 to WHITE wire of Channel A/B
    Pin 17 to both BLACK wires of Channel A/B

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    Quote Originally Posted by extraaha View Post
    It is that all the black wires of CarPC JoyCon EX is same, ground.
    So you do not need to connect all the black wires to ground,
    you may connect only one black wire to the chassis ground.

    Yes, you are right.
    Pin 16/20 to WHITE wire of Channel A/B
    Pin 17 to both BLACK wires of Channel A/B
    Ok makes sense. But I'm not actually grounding to the chassis. That's what is confusing me.

    Or is it supposed to be
    Pin 16/20 to WHITE wire of Channel A/B
    Pin 17 to both BLACK wires of Channel A/B
    Any other black wire of Joycon to chassis.

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    Just hooked up my Joycon. This thing is an absolute breeze to get running. The software is pretty full proof and well thought out if you ask me..

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