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Axxess AX-TYAMP2-SWC JBL Amp Interface w/SWC for Select 2012-up Toyota

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Axxess AX-TYAMP2-SWC JBL Amp Interface w/SWC for Select 2012-up Toyota

Brand: Metra
Condition: New

Aftermarket Navigation Radio Interface with Steering Wheel Control
Provides accessory power (12-volt 10-amp)
Retains audio controls on the steering wheel
Provides NAV outputs (reverse)
Retains the factory AUX-IN jack
Designed for JBL amplified models
Retains balance
Micro B USB updatable

Compatible with:

4-Runner 2014-up
Avalon 2013-up (1)
Camry 2014-up
Camry (w nav) 2012-2013
Highlander 2014-up
Prius 3rd Gen. (w nav) 2012-2015
Plug-In (PHV) (w nav) 2012-2015
Prius V 2012-up
Rav-4 2014.5-up
Sequoia 2014-up
Sequoia (w nav) 2013
Sienna 2015-up
Tacoma 2014-up
Tundra 2014-up (1)
Venza 2015
Venza (w HDD based nav) 2013-2014
(1) Only for models with a JBL amplifier

Caution: All accessories, switches, climate controls panels, and
especially air bag indicator lights must be connected before cycling
the ignition. Also, do not remove the factory radio with the key in the
on position, or while the vehicle is running.

Instruction Manual

Tools required (sold separately):
Wire cutter
Crimp tool
Solder gun
Connectors (example: butt-connectors, bell caps, etc.)
Small flat-blade screwdriver

Interface Components:
AX-TYAMP2-SWC interface
AX-TYAMP2-SWC harness
Female 3.5mm connector with stripped lead

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