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  • Genuine steering wheel audio controls on pre 2007 120 Prados

    For anyone that is interested I recently fitted a later model steering wheel with audio controls to my 2006 120. I researched at great length and finally got the controls working. The clock spring is the same throughout and the steering wheel cruise and audio wires plug straight in. There is no wiring however after the clock spring to the back of the stereo. I am including links that will show how to connect the wires to the clock spring plug. A PC CD cable will connect right up if you remove the pins and install them in the Toyota plug. I have an Android double din head unit and it works great with the steering wheel controls. My factory stereo had the socket for steering wheel controls so you could enable that with the later steering wheel also.

    https://www.toyotanation.com/forum/1...-3-2011-a.html

    https://www.newhilux.net/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=24598

    Hope that helps someone.

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    Thanks heaps for the info dude ! I will be doing this as soon as I source a decent steering wheel for my ol'GX .
    Cheers

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    • #3
      Thanks heaps for the info dude ! I will be doing this as soon as I source a decent steering wheel for my ol'GX .
      Cheers

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      • #4
        Originally posted by thebaz View Post
        For anyone that is interested I recently fitted a later model steering wheel with audio controls to my 2006 120. I researched at great length and finally got the controls working. The clock spring is the same throughout and the steering wheel cruise and audio wires plug straight in. There is no wiring however after the clock spring to the back of the stereo. I am including links that will show how to connect the wires to the clock spring plug. A PC CD cable will connect right up if you remove the pins and install them in the Toyota plug. I have an Android double din head unit and it works great with the steering wheel controls. My factory stereo had the socket for steering wheel controls so you could enable that with the later steering wheel also.

        https://www.toyotanation.com/forum/1...-3-2011-a.html

        https://www.newhilux.net/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=24598

        Hope that helps someone.
        Thanks, this has been on my to do list for a while now.

        Looking over your links its not crystal clear to me what pin is what. What is this PC CD cable?

        Ive got the wheel with buttons, plugged into the clockspring, tried working out what buttons did what to make up my own harness back to the head unit (it has the ability to map steering controls), but no luck with the pin out, or illumination input also.

        I also have a fully populated short harness/connector that plugs into the car side of the clock spring. Its short and needs wring in accordingly.

        Any more tips or advice is much appreciated

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Rbnutz View Post

          Thanks, this has been on my to do list for a while now.

          Looking over your links its not crystal clear to me what pin is what. What is this PC CD cable?

          Ive got the wheel with buttons, plugged into the clockspring, tried working out what buttons did what to make up my own harness back to the head unit (it has the ability to map steering controls), but no luck with the pin out, or illumination input also.

          I also have a fully populated short harness/connector that plugs into the car side of the clock spring. Its short and needs wring in accordingly.

          Any more tips or advice is much appreciated
          Im in the same boat as you. 2007 GXL, I have all the bits now, just trying to get the wiring sorted for my Pioneer headunit. Did you have any luck?
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          • #6
            Better late than never!

            Finally found some new motivation and decided to tackle this again. I have a 2018 model Kenwood unit with built in SWC learning. With that in mind i decided to strip back the 3 cores from the Kenwood unit and plug in them directly into the SWC connector that normally plugs into the clock spring. I tried the 3 cores in each pin and tried the learning function (while pressing each button) until I worked out which cores did what. Seems my Kenwood unit only has room for 4 buttons. (Prado has 5). Anyway I found them and now just to work backwards to connect them the whole way via the clockspring.


            Cores from the steering wheel buttons themselves are:

            White
            Grey - ground
            Brown

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