will a sequoia steering wheel with controls fit an sr5 tundra and work. is it plug and play
AHH!! so it was you that beat me:angrywife:thanks maylon . from what i've read it will fit. it just doesn't really state wether or not the controls will work. i would love to see a diy with pics. maybe i'll try to do my own since i just purchased one on ebay cheap. if anyone else wants one check out lkq on ebay
08 09 10 Toyota Sequoia Black Leather Steering Wheel around $150-200
the radio wheel controls will work on a sr5.you will need to add 3 wires to the back of radio which go to a connector above the glove box.do a search ,there's a complete thread on this already.
not as easy as i thought it would be. i removed 6 screws from the upper and lower glove box but it doesn't come out. i wiggled and pulled on it but i don't wanna break it. what else am i missing
Very helpful, points sentIt's more involved, but easy to do. Remove the plastic sill trim piece, this is the long black strip along the bottom, gently pry up on it, there are plastic retainers (yellow I think) that hold it in place.
Remove the kick panel, this is the trim piece by the passengers right foot, there is one screw nut you remove then snap the panel out .
Remove the side dash panel trim piece. This is a fairly flat piece that is on the side, you can see it when the passenger door is open. Gently pry this piece off.
Now you can remove the lower glove box, I can't remember the number of screws but there are a few of them.
Remove the upper glove compartment box. Once again there are a number of screws and I think two nuts that secure right into the back of the box. You should NOT have to use excess force to remove these pieces, if you do, you missed a screw somewhere.
Once everything is out, the JK1 connector is located on the far upper right, it's the bottom one (2) total. You can't miss them, there the only plugs in that location. I found it easier to detach JK1 from JK2, there is a strip of gray foam that holds the two together and a plastic retainer that holds both of them to the dash.
There is a wiring diagram in the thread "add steering wheel audio controls".
If you have the wires at JK1 then run them to the head unit. Removing the radio is really easy.
See what you have and we'll take it from there.
thanks a million mistermouser. i will try at it again tomorrow. and will let you know what i'm working with
Those actually weren't that hard, i had already got to them. But thanks again for all your help. Maybe a stupid question but how do you send points?