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Old 01-16-2011, 03:22 PM
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pac swi jack

anyone installed one of these on a 6liter.. Im installing a clarion dbl din and need this for my steering wheel controls. where is the wire/harness located that you tap into for the power of the steering wheel buttons?
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Typically you would tap into the red 12 volt switched on the radio harness but I guess any switched would work. The control wire to tap into is the lt/blue w/red wire in the #24 connector, number 18 pin slot under the dash at the base of the steering column.

It's been said direct grounding of the PAC unit to the chassis (under dash) seems to lessen problems.

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Typically you would tap into the red 12 volt switched on the radio harness but I guess any switched would work. The control wire to tap into is the lt/blue w/red wire in the #24 connector, number 18 pin slot under the dash at the base of the steering column.

It's been said direct grounding of the PAC unit to the chassis (under dash) seems to lessen problems.

2005 F250 Wiring Info
Very well said... Also Be sure to press and hold each button on the steering wheel for up to 5 seconds when programming. Regardless of if the LED turns off right away or not.
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