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Unread 05-14-2012, 03:31 PM   #1
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SWI-PS to connect steering stereo controls to new Jensen headset

I purchased my wife a VM9214 headset for Mother's Day this year for her 2003 Jeep Liberty Limited, and thought it would be nice to retain the use of the steering wheel buttons. After a bunch of research the Pac-Audio SWI-PS is the right piece of technology, http://pac-audio.com/productDetails....&CategoryID=29 . Having said that, and why I am writing this post, you have to read the directions and product detail very closely, and do not do anything out of order. For example, I connected the SWI-PS to the radio 3.5mm connector before setting it up. After going through the entire kabuki dance and watching the video on the aforementioned website I figured I must have jumped a step. Bottom line is follow the directions religiously and do not deviate from them.

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