This wiring harnesses allows you to hook up your after market stereo to factory features such as on star, volume and channel controls
Showing 10 reviews for idataLink ADS-MRR Maestro RR Radio Replacement Interface +Steering Wheel Control
April 17, 2015
I connected this to a Kenwood DDX1701HD in my 2012 Dodge Ram. I didn't like that I couldn't use my existing Sirius xm antenna with this unit, but that is a Chrysler issue. My gauges show up on my HU along with other vehicle info. Before purchasing this and a HU make sure to see what functions your vehicle and HU will allow the maestro to do.
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February 19, 2019
This was one of my easiest installs. Buy the correct harness, wire it with the module, and flash the module before you make the connections in the vehicle. With this radio replacement module, you retain steering wheel controls and with most radios, you will have on screen gauges.
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November 8, 2020
I am new to car stereo replacement and had a tough time finding hardware for a 2018 Fiat 500 Lounge. This works great! Even though the dash status monitor provides good vehicle information, this helps make the replacement stereo way more usable, just being able to use volume controls on the steering wheel is reason enough, but the added info for what's going on behind the hood, like engine light errors and tire pressure monitoring have already come in handy as well; and are just neat to have.
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