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I know a little bit about SYNC. We (PAC) take the audio from the SYNC system and route it through the AUX input of the radio.To access SYNC, press the media/source button on the steering wheel, put the radio to AUX mode, use the display to access SYNCH features.
I should also add even with a SWI interface, you will not be able to program ANY SYNC buttons to control the aftermarket radio. You can program the vol +- or seek up/down.If you want to use the SYNC buttons as buttons to control the aftermarket radio, you will have to disconnect the SYNC module.
Yup...didn't see that you were the one posting about the PAC MSFRD1 above...understand what you mean now...apologies for being a db
If you don't mind, can you elaborate on the last comment about programming the sync buttons by disconnecting the sync module... that is the issue I am currently having....I want my phone button on the steering wheel to activate the telephone on the Kenwood head unit....is it as easy as completely disconnecting the sync module and following directions to program it through the PAC SWI?
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