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newer toyota headunit into older model

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So after a few years of being out of a toyota we are finally back in one. We recently bought a 2010 kluger and have since purchased a newer model totyota headunit(pzq60-00513) to replace the older (pzq60-00021)unit.

I have plugged it in and it works fine just no steering wheel controls........will i need a harness for that to work? also i cant seem to see where the antenna goes will i need an adaptor for that aswell.

Cheers for any info or help or a gentle nudge in the the direction of a post that has covered this before sorry.

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i think you need a wiring harness or something to make the steering wheel controls work

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Is this an autobarn deal or go to toyota for them(ouch)

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maybe try asking toyota first, im actually not quite sure where to get said harness from,

but from memory i briefly read something about it via the aurion forums, try searching there in the mean time

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Well toyota had no idea what I was talking about. .supercheap wasn't very helpful and autobarn think it can't be done. .. Now what

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There are two steering wheel control harness you can buy from Toyota

PZQ60-00121

PZQ60-00141

post a picture of your harness on your car and a picture of the rear of the unit .

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I have ordered the antenna one just need to sort out the steering controls now. . Cheers for the help these photos are all I can do at the moment as i only have my phone with me

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Your rear of the unit has the 28 pin plug to 20 pin so the PZQ60-00141 should be the right one ,

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So if i give toyota that part number they should be able to get it for me.. or if I can find cheap somewhere else. .. Thanks for the info

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Yeah all you need is the part number ,get them from peter warren ,if your around that area ,you cant buy them from anywhere else

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and the others should be this price

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Edited by sportivo2007

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Im in port macquarie so not really close to them, surely my local toyota dealer could get it.....if not i might have to try those guys..thanks heaps for the help bud i was starting to struggle with any help around port.

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your welcome mate any Toyota parts centre should be able to get it for you ,

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ordered part this morning through my local toyota be here on wednesday ........$15.80 i was told

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$16 and we are done.......all in and working a treat cheers bud

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Firstly, thanks to everyone who helped me piece my own install together by posting to this forum.

Anyway, I was after a manual for the PZQ60-00511 head unit. Someone from toyota sent me a pdf, so PM me if you need a copy (I couldn't find a download anywhere myself).

Edited by Simeon Bartley

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I've a PZQ60-12011 (out of a 2007 Seca) that has a 20pin plug at the rear of the unit, and want to replace it with a PZQ60-00511 (from a later model Kluger) that appears to have a corresponding 28pin plug at the back of the unit. The harness in my car is 20pin. Will my 20pin harness plug into the 28 pin plug at the rear of the PZQ60-00511? Or do I need an adapter? Any advice you can give I'll really appreciate! Thanks.

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