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Steering Controls Info


Some Cars have Steering controls from new and when you replace you radio you want to keep these. 

Not all after market radio's offer this function and depending on what brand of Head Unit you buy, depends on what to look for to ensure it is compatible with you car.

 

Alpine     

Alpine head units must be specified as Steering Remote control Ready and feature a 3,5mm Stereo head phone type socket on the back of the unit. There is also a procedure for installing these leads to ensure it recognises the remote controls, see Installation Tip above. None of the PC99-X** leads will interface with the cars display.

When using the new PC99 X** range of car steering interface leads, you will also require PC99-ALP to interface with the head unit.

These leads are not suitable for Alpine 2007 launch models, only use with Pre-2007 models or Post 2007 models.

When using the new CTS Range of Stalk Adaptors, you will also require CTALPINELEAD to connect to the radio.

 

Blaupunkt    

 

Blaupunkt head units must have a 6 pin mini ISO socket on the head unit to be and must be specified as Steering Remote control Ready to be compatible. Again none of the PC99-X## leads will interface with the cars display. 

When using the new PC99 X** range of car steering interface leads, you will also require PC99-BLA to interface with the head unit.

When using the new CTS Range of Stalk Adaptors, you will also require CTBLAUPUNKTLEAD to connect to the radio.

 

Clarion     

Clarion head units must be specified as Steering Remote control Ready and feature a 3,5mm Stereo head phone type socket on the back of the unit. There is also a procedure for installing these leads to ensure it recognises the remote controls, see Installation Tip above. None of the PC99-X** leads will interface with the cars display.

When using the new PC99 X** range of car steering interface leads, you will also require PC99-CLA to interface with the head unit.

When using the new CTS Range of Stalk Adaptors, you will also require CTCLALEAD to connect to the radio.

 

JVC    

JVC head units must be specified as Steering Remote control Ready and feature a 3,5mm Stereo head phone type socket on the back of the unit. There is also a procedure for installing these leads to ensure it recognises the remote controls, see Installation Tip above. None of the PC99-X** leads will interface with the cars display.

When using the new PC99 X** range of car steering interface leads, you will also require PC99-JVC to interface with the head unit.

When using the new CTS Range of Stalk Adaptors, you will also require CTJVCLEAD to connect to the radio.

Kenwood  

 

Kenwood head units must have a 4 pin mini din socket on a separate lead coming from the head unit to be compatible, or a dedicated blue wire specifically for steering remote. Again none of the PC99-X## leads will interface with the cars display. 

When using the new PC99 X** range of car steering interface leads, you will also require PC99-KEN to interface with the head unit.

When using the new CTS Range of Stalk Adaptors, you will also require CTSKENWOODLEAD to connect to the radio.

Panasonic   

 

Panasonic head units must have a bullet connector labelled as steering remote on the head unit to be and must be specified as Steering Remote control Ready to be compatible. Again none of the PC99-X## leads will interface with the cars display. 

When using the new PC99 X** range of car steering interface leads, you will also require PC99-PAN to interface with the head unit.

When using the new CTS Range of Stalk Adaptors, you will also require CTPANASONICLEAD to connect to the radio.

Pioneer  

These leads are not available in the PC99 Range so ensure you select a Connects2 CTS part if you have a Pioneer head unit. When using the new CTS Range of Stalk Adaptors, you will also require CTPIONEERLEAD to connect to the radio.

Sony  

Sony head units must have a joystick port referred to as RM-X2S or RM-X4S and it is actually a 3,5mm Stereo head phone type socket. Only UK Spec Head units will work with our interfaces. There is also a procedure for installing these leads to ensure it recognises the remote controls, see Installation Tip above. None of the PC99-X** leads will interface with the cars display.

When using the new PC99 X** range of car steering interface leads, you will also require PC99-SON to interface with the head unit.

When using the new CTS Range of Stalk Adaptors, you will also require CTSONYLEAD to connect to the radio.





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