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Old 28-04-2019, 04:03 PM   #1
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Default PACSWI-RC To S3 Fairmont Wiring

Hi there,

Adding a Kenwood BT305 to my 2002 S3 Fairmont (non premium sound) with a PAC SWI-RC universal steering wheel control interface. According to http://fordforums.com.au/pub_images/auaw2.jpg, there's 2 steering wheel input wires. What wires do I connect them to on the PAC loom?
My 1991 Ford Laser KF TX3:

Velocity Blue respray, LSD fwd, blue LED interior, sound system, lowered on 16" rims
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Old 28-04-2019, 06:09 PM   #2
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Default Re: PACSWI-RC To S3 Fairmont Wiring

I have installed the exact same one in my AU3 XR8 all works as it should +/- volune and mute [seek] as factory

read through this guide it help me a lot

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