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    Adding steering remote controls

    im planning to add steering controls into my car, however upon opening the 2 side covers, there is no harness in the steering wheel.
    does anyone know what is the part number for the steering harness?
    is there anything else i need to enable the functionality of steering remote other than the switch and harness.



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    I'm not 100% sure, but you may have to mess with the ETACS to enable it.

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    I already have steering wheel controls, but I replaced the factory stereo with an in dash sat nav.... I'm getting my auto electrician guy back over here in a week, to reconnect my steering wheel controls, because there's a code that will make the Sat Nav communicate with my steering wheel again... Pretty excited, considering its not a brand name Sat/Nav....

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    In Malaysia there's not even an option for the steering wheel controls.
    I'm able to find the part for the steering wheel control.
    But no luck with the harness. I was told that I would have to purchase an entire steering wheel.

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    *double post*

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    Since the steering wheel with audio controls are from the Outlander it makes sense that you'd have to order the whole steering wheel. Mitsubishi probably only assembles the cars 2 ways. One with the base steering wheel with no audio controls and the other from the Outlander with them.

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    Steering wheel audio control for mirage is different with outlander sport. Most likely you will have to wire it yourself,...
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    Name:  mitsubishi-outlander-dashboard.jpg
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Size:  49.8 KB This is the steering wheel I have in my Mirage. This picture is a 2015 Outlander SE

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    Same shape, different connector behind. Believe me, ive been through this. I bought the switch for outlander. And it didnt fit the connector because of different socket used. They only share the same shape :P
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    which socket is different?
    -The socket behind the audio controller
    or
    -The socket on the clockspring

    which harness are you currently using? the harness that came with the car?

    btw you might want to take a look at this.
    http://www.mitsubishi-asx.net/forum/...278175#p278175

    they used a different harness. 4400A401


    Last edited by alvin1001; 09-10-2015 at 08:42 AM.

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