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Old 07-18-2007, 08:29 PM   #11
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my pac swi plugs into the back of my pioneer headunit, and works terrific...i have never had to reprogram it
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Old 07-19-2007, 01:02 AM   #12
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Anyone here ever try the Peripheral interface for steering wheel controls ?

I've yet to have the pleasure of installing one of these but their other products are good.

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Peripheral interfaces are sweet.. very eazy to install & you just use your system as OE..
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I wasn't happy with mine. It repeatedly lost it'* memory and had to be re-programmed. I threw it in the garbage after about a month.

A friend recently bought an iPod interface from the same company (PAC). It was pure junk. His second unit works better, but with some interference noises.


I'm no longer a fan of anything that company makes. I'll buy the JVC interface for my deck that is designed by them to work with my controls.
While you may not have been happy with one, the overall opinion of the many members was quite positive. Positive enough that after searching the many posts here, I purchased one based 100% on club experiences.

If you experience such problems with an electronic device, it is suggested you contact the manufacturer for technical assistance,.
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