Question about JVC KW-XG700 CD Player
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
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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