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Axxess AXSWC-TL Steering Wheel Control Interface Toyota Lexus 1999-2009

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Axxess AXSWC-TL Steering Wheel Control Interface Toyota Lexus

The AXSWC-TL adapter from Axxess allows you to connect your vehicle's steering wheel controls to car stereos from Alpine, Clarion, Dual, Eclipse, Jensen, JVC, Kenwood, Parrot (with adapter), Pioneer, Sony, Visteon, or Valor. (Note: your new stereo must have a 3.5mm steering wheel control or wired remote control input.)

Instruction Manual
Changing Radio Type
Radio Troubleshooting
Vehicle Troubleshooting
Dual Assignment
Manual Programming
Technical Document


  • One Interface does it all – No additional interfaces needed
  • Automatically programs the buttons on the steering wheel
  • Auto detects what radio it is connected to
  • Works with all major radio brands
  • All connections are made behind the radio
  • Non-volatile memory retains settings even if battery is disconnected or interface is removed from the vehicle
  • Micro-B USB updatable

Vehicle Fitment:


  • GS300 2001-2005
  • GS430 2001-2005
  • LX470 2001-2002
  • SC430 2002-2009


  • Avalon 2003-2004
  • Prius 2001-2003
  • Sienna 1999-2003

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