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This is not a question for JVC but more for GMC. On the JVC radio side, if it can be controlled via steering wheel, you will see a blue with yellow stripe cable that states [STEERING WHEEL]. Not all radios can adapt to steering wheels controls.
I have a 2001 Nissan pathfinder and had the stereo changed. The original stereo had the feature of the controls on the steering wheel but when the stereo was changed that feature no longer worked. I had brought the car to a shop where they installed that stereo and the controls were not working but I didn't want to bring it back to them. I now have a Sony Stereo in it now and would like to get the controls on the steering wheel working again. Could you please tell me which wires are the ones that connect the steering wheel controls to the stereo.
From where the release for the steering wheel is, move your hand left and down along the dash, the latch is there with a picture of the car with hood open on it, pull that latch towards you and the hood is opened.
Most likely the reason behind that is your new cd player will not support that function. Your original cd player built for your car was engineered to mesh perfectly with all the buttons in your car and when you install an aftermarket radio into your car it just isn't capable of controlling all the features(steering wheel controls) that the original was built for.
You may be able to find an aftermarket cd player for suited for your car with the capabilities that you desire.
you might get charged up the *** to install it, i recommend if you have any friends who know how to install to help u out... havent even got around to installing mine yet cuz installers were telling me it would be 'custom job' cuz they haven't installed it before, and then you get the hourly rate n they can basically rape u if they want to..
There is a metal dome under each button, some time they became warped or inverted and you don't get the actuating contact on the first push but if you keep on pressing it eventually contact will be made and whoalaa actuation happened. If you are technical incline you can replace it with a dome of similar size of a device you no longer have use for, like a remote control, an old car stereo or telephone...ect. Goodluck.