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S550 steering wheel swap

Old 4/3/19, 07:44 PM
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Any updates?
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Old 4/10/19, 02:04 PM
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Originally Posted by cholmes1 View Post
Any updates?
Sorry no updates. haven't been able to play around with the switches. I do have the values from the 14 steering wheel switches for the left side. I have to fix or figure out why my front speakers aren't working and also my backup camera all of a sudden.




13-14 left side switch values:

On/off - is grounded = .5 ohms or less
Cancel/resume = 620-622 ohms
set - = 155 ohm
Set + = 353 ohms

5 way button:
Ok = 1350 ohms / 2.10 kohms
up = 366 ohms
Down = 890 ohms
Back = grounded 0/.5 ohms
Forward = 633 ohms
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Old 5/3/19, 04:06 AM
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Forgive my ignorance here but wouldn't you be able to repin the connector on the steering wheel side to get it to match up to where they were originally going? And then add the resistor to that, if needed?
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Forgive my ignorance here but wouldn't you be able to repin the connector on the steering wheel side to get it to match up to where they were originally going? And then add the resistor to that, if needed?
I have already done that from the start. top buttons left and right are fine as they have two wires each. the right side was the easiest to do while the top left not so easy. the bottom two are also a bit harder as each button has its own separate wires. all the s550 buttons are reading no where close to that of the s197 besides the top right. I'm not an electrical geniuses so I'm stuck right now till I have enough time to do more.

If you can tell me what resistors I would need that would help but I think I'm the only one that's swapped or trying to make the controls work. Ill post up what the S550 switches are reading later on today or tomorrow.
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Yeah, thats what my friend was telling me, everything goes through the controller first and it translates it to the car, he said it would be very tough to get the cruise to work. That is my mine concern is the cruise.
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Check out the thread in this section about adding the LED cluster. We had to modify the switches to get cruise to work by changing the resistors. Might help.
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Would the steering wheel swap be easier if you also swap the sync module from the 15+? Not sure if that can even be done.
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Cruise signals need to be recognized by the PCM and the cluster. Sync wouldn't do anything.
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It has been about a month since the last check-in...any updates or changes?
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Old 6/25/19, 04:02 PM
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Originally Posted by cholmes1 View Post
It has been about a month since the last check-in...any updates or changes?


Sorry nothing new to add. Been busy with work and getting everything ready for the new baby to arrive. Im hopeing I get to play around with it next month since I'll be taking at least a week off but then again it all depends on the kids lol.
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Old 7/10/19, 04:43 PM
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Sorry everyone its not the update you were waiting for but this is gonna be on hold for awhile. Unfortunately my cars clutch, hopefully just the throw out bearing since I would not engage in any gear once the clutch pedal was depressed, went out while we were going to the hospital as baby 2 wanted to come out already. That needs fixing 😪 hopefully by the end of the year if not maybe someone else can do it for now.
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Congratulations on the baby. Hopefully, everyone is healthy and happy
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