Originally Posted by harofreak00
pull the switchs out of the steering wheel with thin object, like a knife, and disconnect the switches.
however, I dont think your problem is coming from the steering wheel controls, but go ahead and try it to be sure. Its fast and easy
Thanks for your quick response!
Are you talking about doing something like the 92-95 Steering wheel controls fix in Techinfo?
Perhaps I'll try that another day, for now, I just want the wheel to command my vessle by, and it'* guts to perhaps, one day, save my life.
There is a little more to it, however. It usually happens when (or the behavior is initiated by) turning the wheel at low-speeds ie. parking lot, 3-point turn, et al. The wheel does not have to go to lock. Once it starts, it'll happen a handfull of times, each event, more frantic than the previous, I try to crank the volume **** counter-clockwise again-and-again before it maxes-out/distorts/damages my speakers.
The reality of the situation is that all of the buttons have become screwy when I've got the tape adaptor in - the only one that seems to still do as it was intended, is the mute (thankfully), and usually, the volume button. The rest of them just want to flip the tape, and when it tries (sometimes on its own) it never fully engages, so it has to flip BACK over before it will "resume" playing.
I do have a new hu on the way and PAX unit, but I find myself wondering why with buttons that are such a mess. I absolutely do not want the phantom volume, tune, seek, et cetera carrying over - rather, it should become a quaint bit of 'personality' from the automobile before having turned it into a man.