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The buttons in your steering wheel are designed to work with the factory radios only. If you replaced the radio with anything other than a factory radio your chances of getting the steering wheel buttons are pretty slim.
They have a speed dependent volume so it does have wheel speed sensor input which could cause the wierd reverse only operation. It sounds like a software problem-I would try version coding the head unit(which will have to be done if you have a c.d. player or telephone in the car. Try to unmute it from the steering wheel buttons it may think there is a phone in the car and is muting the radio for phone operation. Your best bet is to pull codes and version code with a s.d.s. machine or at least a hand held tester but the majority of after market scan tools will not communicate with the d2b system which is your radio or sound system. good luck I hope I have been helpful
Depress the volume bottom or rotate the volume knob. When on a Bluetooth phone call, the speaker symbol will mute, but unmute when the call ends. Either rolling the right steering wheel scroll or the volume button on the shifter area will should unmute the radio volume.