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    Hey Guys,

    i´m writing from Germany.
    I have a Chevrolet Cruze 2012 with Basic package so without the Buttons on the steering Wheel.

    Now my questions is: If I Change the steering Wheel, how can I bring the Radio controls button to work with a non-connectivity package?
    Someone have experience with this?

    Thank you!
    Greetings from Germany!

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    I like the look of both the Camaro and Sonic RS steering wheels. Question I have is does the Cruze airbag module match them or do you need to source a matching airbag module? That part could get a lot more expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cadu1313 View Post
    Hey Guys,

    i´m writing from Germany.
    I have a Chevrolet Cruze 2012 with Basic package so without the Buttons on the steering Wheel.

    Now my questions is: If I Change the steering Wheel, how can I bring the Radio controls button to work with a non-connectivity package?
    Someone have experience with this?

    Thank you!
    Greetings from Germany!
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    I imagine that you would need the matching clock spring that is wired for the steering wheel controls. According to other posts, the rest of the car is already wired for them, you just need the clock spring and steering wheel with the controls already in place to plug in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by guuyuk View Post
    I like the look of both the Camaro and Sonic RS steering wheels. Question I have is does the Cruze airbag module match them or do you need to source a matching airbag module? That part could get a lot more expensive.
    It's a direct swap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cadu1313 View Post
    Hey Guys,

    i´m writing from Germany.
    I have a Chevrolet Cruze 2012 with Basic package so without the Buttons on the steering Wheel.

    Now my questions is: If I Change the steering Wheel, how can I bring the Radio controls button to work with a non-connectivity package?
    Someone have experience with this?

    Thank you!
    Greetings from Germany!




    Quote Originally Posted by guuyuk View Post
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    I imagine that you would need the matching clock spring that is wired for the steering wheel controls. According to other posts, the rest of the car is already wired for them, you just need the clock spring and steering wheel with the controls already in place to plug in.


    And you will need the controls themselves
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    Hey fellas, issue popped up after removing the wheel and then placing it back on. As soon as I drove out of the driveway after fitting back the wheel, I got a 'service power steering' error appear and now my steering doesn't feel nearly as responsive.
    I did all that was told in the instructions and it went well until driving off.

    Any ideas?
    If I need to give more info let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwmax View Post
    Hey fellas, issue popped up after removing the wheel and then placing it back on. As soon as I drove out of the driveway after fitting back the wheel, I got a 'service power steering' error appear and now my steering doesn't feel nearly as responsive.
    I did all that was told in the instructions and it went well until driving off.

    Any ideas?
    If I need to give more info let me know.

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    I am not sure, but think about how you went about your install. Were you in a hurry to see it done? Did you take the time to clean and grease all the connections? Were any of the wires giving you problems?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blasirl View Post
    I am not sure, but think about how you went about your install. Were you in a hurry to see it done? Did you take the time to clean and grease all the connections? Were any of the wires giving you problems?
    I can certainly try to clean any of the wire connections I moved around when I took off the wheel! It did confuse me considering all I did was remove the wheel, but I'll take another look at the assembly and report back if it's successful
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