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    Would these two work together and allow my steering wheel controls to work?

    http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/s...egoryId_165474

    http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/s...Id_265880#tab1

    Any advice would be much appreciated!

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    i have an interface that worked with a sony HU i brought ages ago and it looks a lot more complex than that lead you have shown, iirc it cost me around £50
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    Quote Originally Posted by ditchp View Post
    i have an interface that worked with a sony HU i brought ages ago and it looks a lot more complex than that lead you have shown, iirc it cost me around £50

    I must admit I thought that £4.99 seemed a bit cheap!

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    That's just the patch lead, you'll also need the multistalk box to plug it in to, the part number for that should be PC99-X06

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    the one i have is a connects 2 box it has a label on it saying

    1350401030806
    stk135

    and e11 020857

    it's also no use to me anymore cough cough if that helps ???? lol
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    The C2 one will work as well, but if your radio isn't a Sony, then the autoleads patch lead won't work with it. He'll need CTSONYLEAD from C2 to work with your C2 stalk control. They're available on eBay for a couple quid.

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    iirc this was all i needed when i brought a sony head unit, it made the basic TID work propperly and the steering wheel controls too
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    It depends on if yours is a pre-facelift or a facelift car. If your car is a pre-facelift and it worked with a Sony radio, then that will work in the OP's car too.

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