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  1. Gints
    06-05-2014 05:32 PM - permalink
    I have 2012 f250 XLT, and trying to add steering wheel audio controls. Changed head unit (kenwood DPX 500bt), steering wheel( had blank on right with no wiring behind), install iDatalink maestro ADS-MRr interface - still no go. Red every tread hear for past 3-4 months, some information about 08, but nothing on 11 and up. Clock spring wiring on this are completely different. I hate to hit a brick wall and quit, challenge never stopped me before. So, if somebody did this, please, give me a little guidance.
    Thanks in advance and Greatly appreciated.

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