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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.
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Philips Renault Code Entry (For cars with a Steering Wheel Remote
Control.) Note: If your car does not have this remote control, then please reply ) Turn on the radio and the display will show 'CODE' Use the Steering Wheel RemoteControls for code entry. Press the [ ¬] button then rotate the thumb wheel for the correct
first digit Press the [ ¬] button then rotate the thumb wheel for the correct
second digit Press the [ ¬] button then rotate the thumb wheel for the correct
third digit Press the [ ¬] button then rotate the thumb wheel for the correct
fourth digit If the correct code is now shown on screen, press and hold the [ ¬] button for up to 10 seconds to store the
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im sorry but i must be blunt the people who installed your deck were lazy instead look up factory wheel control module on google there is a system that (as long as the deck has any type of remote) allows you to hook this up run a small wire with a out put laser to the front of your deck acting as a remote control if this infact is not the case use crutchfield.com enter in your car information look threw the decks when you find one you like look in eccesorys if its not an option it wont be there :) honestly the jvd avx 820 is amazing for the price check it out it will work with your controls
you need a pc99-x06 and then a patch lead which is stereo specific, so if you buy a JVC it will be pc99-jvc, alpine will be pc99-alp etc etc for your steering wheel controls (these are made by a company called autoleads who do loads of different stuff for car audio)
the stereo you purchase will have to be steering wheel control compatible, which should be stated in the description/instructions
you can have a sub amp etc with steering wheel controls, as thats run from the stereo and main wiring loom, and isn't affected by your steering wheel controls
Crutchfield sells an aftermarket kit that allows the steering wheel controls to work, but it's $74, and you head unit must be remote control capable. They also sell a wiring harness that works with Kenwood/Toyota as long as you have the original wiring harness that came with the Kenwoood. You'll need to do some snipping and krimping however.
Unfortuantly the steerring wheel audio controls can only interface with a stock radio. Once you replace the stock radio the buttons are useless and cannot be hooked up to any aftermarket radio, this goes for all makes and models of cars with audio controls on the wheel.
will have a another look around for you but you could start here http://4jvc.co.uk/cgi-bin/pne.pl?display=entry&brand_id=2158&f-10=%20JVC%20KW-S601%20car%20stereo see if they can assit as well , i i find one i will post back for you, good luck .
If you remove the unit from the dash the top, take off the top cover, no screws you can acess the CD slot. Remove the 4 screws holding the CD player in place and the ribbon cable and you should be able to remove the CD from the slot.