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Old 09-29-2005, 09:19 PM   #11
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just for your information... but i use mine about 2% of the time.... just a habit to push buttons on the radio....
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not me. I constantly use the wheel controls!
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i always use the stearing wheel buttons. when ever i drive someone elses car and i wanta change the music or turn it up or down i start hitting the wheel like the buttons are there. my wife thinks its funny as h3ll. but ive noticed her doing it too after she drives my car.
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Relinquish your Pac SWI .. Geez man.. steering wheel controls or nothing!

Optimus.. see my info above.. I've done a 95 and 97.. the 97 will be identical to yours. Get the factory radio connector.. and it'* probably pin 13-15 a green wire.
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green huh? and can I find this sucker at the radio harness connector?
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Optimus.. see my info above.. I've done a 95 and 97.. the 97 will be identical to yours. Get the factory radio connector.. and it'* probably pin 13-15 a green wire.
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OK finally got mine installed, programmed, and hidden. Follow the instructions for: Pontiac (all with airbag, w/o heater controls, 21 pin connector), as stated by a kind fellow already, youll be looking for pin 13 a light green wire. Use the interface'* green wire to connect to the light green pin 13. Interface vers. 1, do not clip brown OR purple jumpers, manufacturer reccomends using a fresh chassis ground instead of sharing the radio harness ground.

Anyhow, its all good. Nice to have my conrols back!
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