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Maintaining Steering Wheel Control

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Hey Everyone,

I have a 2001 Dodge 2500 6spd and I had a buddy help me put a in Pioneer AVH3500NEX while I was deployed. He didn't realize I had steering wheel controls (understandable since it's a 2001), so after a bunch of research I bought the Pac Audio SWI-CP2 universal steering wheel control retention interface. Attached in this image is the guidance that they provide for some T-splices that are required. I found the 7 pin harness very easily, but I am a little stumped with the 5 pin harness that I need to tap into. It says that it is found at the steering column, but I do not see any 5 pin harness, when I pull that little plastic drop shutter. Can someone potentially show me a picture of what I should be looking at?


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You're definitely correct! Just to provide an answer for any  other people googling in the future:


It's on the back of the clockspring, at the bottom. I advise still dropping the two pieces of plastic on the steering column because there are two red/black wires in the whole big bundle, which you'll need to splice into one of them. 


Thank you for the help! 


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