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WTB: Gen 2 Tundra Black Steering Wheel with Audio Controls

Discussion in '2nd Gen Tundra Marketplace (2007-2013)' started by Big_Trucking_Dave, May 7, 2015.

  1. May 7, 2015 at 6:30 AM
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    I have a 2007 Tundra and I am looking to buy a steering wheel with audio controls. (I need a black one)
    No clue why mine don't have it. Nothing is wrong with my steering wheel. I can send you mine back if you need it. I don't even know what is a fair price for one of these. Any info or price opinions are welcome. Thank you.
     
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  2. Jun 11, 2015 at 9:55 PM
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    If you can wait a couple of weeks I will have a mint wheel available
     
  3. Jun 12, 2015 at 8:34 AM
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    That's fine no problem. How much are you thinking? And with airbag or without?
     
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    Fyi..

    Check your clockspring connections first. If not you will have no power to the steering wheel do to the different connections one with and one without audio. Toyota is bad for that.
     
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  5. Jun 12, 2015 at 9:17 AM
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    What am I looking for?
     
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    Connections on the clockspring under the steering wheel. If they dont match one you have now and the new donor wheel it will not work. If your truck doesnt have audio now 99% of the time its not wired.

    My 03.. I was going to do audio wheel but I had to do a much of changing out do to it, wasnt wired up for it. Me, I needed wheel, correct clockspring, and the doner wiring from the clock spring to make it work.
     
  7. Jun 12, 2015 at 9:28 AM
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    Even though My 07 SR5 is pretty much pre-wired from the factory , I seem to recall the wires for steering wheel audio controls may, I repeat may , be an issue. Same reason why it's hard to add the factory fog lights easily. Dealer charges a small fortune to do it for the stock SR5's
     
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    Mine is a sr5, but the trim limited (I wanted to use) none of the wires where there. Audio, power slider, power seats none of the wiring is there.
     
  9. Jun 12, 2015 at 9:36 AM
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    My 09 Tacoma was the same way. Taco had optional steering audio that I miss, no fogs but connectors were there, had camera in tailgate but not connected, no display in cab. Was pretty much pre wired for ALMOST everything. Murphy's law. The wires you need are not there. The ones you don't need are all over the place laughing at you.
     
  10. Jun 12, 2015 at 9:39 AM
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    Yeah I may have the clockspring as well
     
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    All that is dealer install options or port installed options you had there. Why they are there. Install is all about time plug and play to the techs. They have so much time to get parts on and out the door.

    Audio will not. They are not going to replace 900+ bucks of steering wheels.
     
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    He will need the donor part of the wiring from the truck (pig tail) to the clockspring.
     
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    That's for sure.
    That's for sure, that stuff is all plug and play, except for the fog light connections/wires on the stock SR5 steering column/wheel. There are a few mods out there to speed up the fog light wiring issue to avoid dealer labor cost to tear the column apart. (the head light/blinker control stick needs to be swapped out. At least that's what the dealer told me. Not quite plug and play.) Quoted $575.00 for install.
     
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    I am curious to see how this turns out for you. My 07 does not have audio controls on the steering wheel either. You get the audio controls with the JBL head unit. I have the somewhat cheesy(to be kind) non -JBL head unit with changer. What are you exactly trying to do? Are the steering audio controls compatible with non JBL head units?
     
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    It might be tough getting the pig tail. I won't know for about 2 weeks
     
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    Pig tail is nothing but the connector and about 4 inches of wiring going to the clock spring. Trust me its easy to get to.
     
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    I know and agree....problem is that I am moving the entire power column over to my truck and I don't know if I can hack up the wiring just yet. I need to make sure that my truck has the same wiring. If it is...well I will then have an extra harness to cut up.
     
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    Maybe you two can exchange pics of the connectors to see if you guys have a match or not.
     
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    That sounds like a lot of fun. I wonder if Jace may know something about the factory wiring between grades/options, etc? Huh Jace?
     
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    That would be awesome! I have a 2012 tundra grade but with the bucket option and some accessories...just short of the SR5
     
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    At least with the "grade" all you can do is move up with your own up "grades", done your way. There is a lot you can do with it. You may not have all of the pre-installed wires hanging around. So what. It does make thing easier if, and I say if, you need them. There is always a work around. More fun DIY anyways. Besides, there a lot of info here.
     
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    I agree....I have to say I am really excited how well this forum is doing. Big Kudos to Bob and the other guys. TT is just horrible and TS was just lame and very impersonal. I hated that I sold my Tacoma because TW is such an incredible forum. Tundra geeks was ok but I think this one has all the pieces. So glad this one is doing well
     
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