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Crux SWRMZ-64C Wiring Interface

Connect a new car stereo and retain the steering wheel audio controls in select 2002-up Mazda vehicles

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Crux's SWRMZ-64C interface ensures that you can keep the factory steering wheel controls in select 2002-up Mazda...

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About the Crux SWRMZ-64C Wiring Interface

Crux's SWRMZ-64C interface ensures that you can keep the factory steering wheel controls in select 2002-up Mazda models when installing a compatible aftermarket radio. Connect this interface to the wires on your new stereo's wiring harness, and you've covered the power, ground, and factory speaker connections for your new stereo.  

You'll only be able to retain your steering wheel audio controls with a compatible car stereo made by Alpine, Blaupunkt, Clarion, Jensen, JVC, Kenwood, Pioneer, or Sony. No other brands are currently compatible.

Keep your factory options

Crux's SWRMZ-64C interface ensures that you can keep the factory steering wheel controls in select 2002-up Mazda models when installing a compatible aftermarket radio. Connect this interface to the wires on your new stereo's wiring harness, and you've covered the power, ground, and factory speaker connections for your new stereo.  

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Product highlights:

  • connect a new stereo in select 2002-up Mazda models
  • retain your steering wheel controls with select car stereos from Alpine, Blaupunkt, Clarion, Jensen, JVC, Kenwood, Pioneer, or Sony
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # SWRMZ-64C
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What's in the box:

  • Radio replacement interface module (for Mazda)(ARC-003)
  • 11" Wiring harness (SWRMZ-64C)
  • 13" SWC cable
  • 6" 3.5mm SWC plug adapter
  • Installation Instructions

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Crutchfield customer from Tucson, AZ on 7/14/2019

2007 Mazda CX-7

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Good harness. Steering wheel controls work perfectly.

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Cons: Instructions were somewhat vague, so I had to call tech support for help.

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Easy as Pie

Tom from Crown Point on 6/7/2019

2013 Mazda CX-5

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Combine this with the ReadyHarness service and it's almost too easy. Works flawlessly.

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Perfect fit

Crutchfield customer from Rush, NY on 5/13/2019

2010 Mazda 3

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Easy hookup

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Great value if a newer unit

Crutchfield customer from Eclectic, AL on 5/12/2019

2008 Mazda MX5

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The installation is easy. The main issue I had was that the "older" black box control would not work with my newer Alpine receiver. After contacting Crutchfield they sent out a replacement that worked wonderfully. Over all the system is plug and play. This set up saved having to splice into the factory wiring harness. The newer unit only has one of the steering wheel control connectors, two are pictured in the product description.

Pros: Not required to splice into the factory wiring harness

Cons: First unit did not work.

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Crutchfield customer from Clarksburg, MD on 3/7/2019

2013 Mazda 3

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Similar to other reviews, installation of this equipment was super easy except for the wire that's supposed to go to the factory Bluetooth module to retain the phone button on the steering wheel. Decided to forgo it. Also I only seem to have access to the volume controls and the ability to change the modes on the head-unit. Don't seem to have the ability to change the track. I'm not complaining too much because quick volume controls is ultimately what I wanted and I can use the head-unit for the rest.

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Teek125 from Bristol, TN on 1/5/2019

2011 Mazda CX-7

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This product does not allow the phone button on my steering wheel to operate the unit as advertised. I called Crutchfield tech, they said that they had no Idea where to connect the blue wire to retain steering wheel phone button and suggested that I contact Crux. The direction supplied are vague at best. None of the harnesses look like the picture. It says connect to OEM bluetooth unit. If this exist on the 2011 Mazda CX-7 no one knows where it might be located. I called Crux a few times they just tried to throw out an answer to get me off of the phone. This means that If I decide to leave the unit in the car now that I will have to put the old head inn unit back in before I can trade or sell it. I am not happy with the device, I am not happy with the help from Crutchfield or Crux. I spent a lot of money on this system I expect it to work as good as it did before I swapped it out. If you read the other reviews for this product most folks just gave up and left the phone button not working. I can not understand why they still reviewed the product favorably.

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Cons: Not all buttons work as advertised.

Crutchfield response on 1/8/2019
We were sorry to hear about Teek's experience with our Tech Support team. Our Tech Support specialist, Daniel, reached out to help him further. Lifetime tech support comes with every Crutchfield purchase.
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Tracy from Alexander, NC on 12/27/2018

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I bought this for my daughter's Mazda 3 expecting it to be a real chore to install. The experience was quite the opposite, super easy! I highly recommend this product.

Pros: Super easy to install and works like a charm.

Cons: It was almost as much as the stereo pricewise, but it was a good purchase.

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easy interface

Gordon from Pueblo, CO on 12/24/2018

2008 Chevrolet HHR

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I have used the Metra,Scosche and now Crux interface. The Metra is self programming but did not work on a Chevy HHR SS (One Star). The Scoshe uses their web site to match your cars steering wheel controls to the head unite. Worked great on a 07 Santa Fe. (4 stars). The Crux uses dip switches and was the easiest to match a Pioneer head unite to a 07 Mazda Cx7.(5 stars)

Pros: Uses dip switches to match to your car

Cons: nome

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Worth the money

Jeff from Lehigh Valley PA on 10/29/2018

2008 Mazda MX5

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Upon purchasing the JVC KW-M740BT this product was suggested by a Crutchfield advisor. For some reason it was not listed as an option when I initially searched. I am quite happy with the suggestion as it made the install very easy. My only suggestion for improvement would be that they include a pin for the parking brake wire so one does not have to splice into their factory wiring with the wire from the h/u.

Pros: - Made install much easier and cut down on time.

Cons: - A pin for the parking brake wire would be a +

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Almost perfect

Todd from Belleville, IL on 9/16/2018

2010 Mazda 5

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Worked as expected with one exception--there was one connection that was needing to be made to make the phone button on my steering wheel work with the new head unit. I tap and instructions were supplied, but the instructions were not clear as to what/where the wire was supposed to be spliced. A call to tech support yielded no clarity--they were equally confused. Ultimately, I opted to forgo the connection and just push the button on the head unit for phone functions, not a huge deal, but too bad CRUX couldn't have supplied better instructions

Pros: plug and play

Cons: additional splicing required, poor instructions

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Crutchfield customer from Salem, OR on 8/5/2018

2009 Mazda 6

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Things were pretty self explanatory, with the exception of a accessory wire for steering wheel controls. As my vehicle doesn't actually have steering wheel controls, my son (who installed the system) determined that this was needed for another function.

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Performs as advertised at a great price.

Kent from Franksville, WI on 7/26/2018

2012 Mazda 3

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The interface is a nice device for those wishing to retain the factory steering wheel controls. Crutchfield is the place to go for advise and tech support. Only issue was the last wire to connect on the interface was not described in the paperwork. Turns out I did not receive the latest update for connecting to the Mazda Bluetooth interface. One call to tech support and I was e-mailed the update and was able to complete the installation.

Pros: Easy to install

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Crutchfield customer from Crofton, MD on 6/5/2018

2006 Mazda MX5

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Plug and play assembly. I had a new stereo in my 2006 Miata in under 2 hours from start to finish. This sure beats the old days when you had to solder two completely different harnesses together. Great product and well worth the price.

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Bob from Canton, MS on 5/30/2018

2007 Mazda CX-7

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I didn't even know what this was for. Called customer service and the staff was do helpful. Btw, it works great. No issues with the car I was installing this in.

Pros: Works great.

Cons: None

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Crutchfield customer from Philadelphia, PA on 5/27/2018

2012 Mazda 3

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Turned what would normally have been a 2-3 hr job, into a 20 minute job. Extremely worth it!!

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Great product!

Chris from Virginia Beach, VA on 3/4/2018

2011 Mazda 6

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Easy install and Works great on my pioneer head unit also good instructions with the kit. Would definitely recommend this kit it's like Factory since you get to use your steering wheel options again.

Pros: Easy install

Cons: None

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Crutchfield customer from Chelsea, MA on 2/18/2018

2010 Mazda 3

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Worth it if you want to keep your factory steering wheel controls. Super easy install and perfect fit.

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Paul from Mountain View, CA on 1/6/2018

2013 Mazda CX-5

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works well for my mazda CX5, my steering wheel controller works like before.

Pros: works with steering wheel control and new sony head unit

Cons: none

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Crutchfield customer from Petaluma, CA on 1/5/2018

2007 Mazda CX-7

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Didn't work on my Mazda ZX7. Save the extra bucks and just buy a basic adapter! All other features work but you can do the same thing for free or minimal money.. lol

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Simple

John from Knoxville, TN on 1/1/2018

2011 Mazda 3

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Simplified install. Good idea

Pros: Simplified install

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Crutchfield customer from West Palm Beach, FL on 11/5/2017

2013 Mazda CX-5

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Installed the JVC ILX107 in my 2013 Mazda CX-5. Got the volume and seek <> steering wheel buttons to work, but the last wire that's supposed to be for the PTT / voice prompt button - the instructions did not list the correct wires from the harness to connect it to. There was no pink wire, and the pinout that was included was totally inaccurate... and I didn't feel like splicing by trial and error - so I just left it disconnected. Would've been nice, but 'hey siri' works, so I guess not a huge deal.

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A+ quality

Brian from Ottawa, OH on 9/25/2017

2007 Mazda CX-7

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Great quality product. Easy install! Works great!

Pros: Great quality. Easy Install.

Cons: None

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Almost Worked

Gregory from Midland, TX on 7/18/2017

2012 Mazda 3

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In theory a wiring interface should make installing a head unit easier. This one caused trouble. The first problem I had was that there was a blue wire labelled "Antenna Power" on this wiring interface. The problem is that the wire was not documented in the diagram included with this part. I connected this wire to the head unit's antenna wire (as encouraged by a Crutchfield tech). The outcome wasn't good. This wiring caused the steering wheel control unit circuitry to get cooked. On talking to a Crux technician, this wire is actually a second steering control signal wire used on some vehicles, not mine. After installing my JVC stereo, the dimming function would not activate when the headlights were turned on. After much frustration, it turned out the that the illumination wire in the wiring interface connected to an unused pin on the vehicle stereo connector. I had to find the correct pin by using a electronic tester. These defects may depend on who assembled the interface, though I ended up with two that had incorrect wiring for the illumination wire. Hopefully this is fixed very soon, but don't count on it. Be prepared for the possibility of problem.s

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Crutchfield response on 8/1/2017
Gregory, we're sorry for the troubles on this one. I hope the gift card that Faith, one of our Customer Service Specialists, provided helped out with the difficulties. Our Vehicle Integration Buyer, Darren, will be contacting Crux directly to discuss their wiring and their instructions.

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Works like a charm, easy to install

Crutchfield customer from Redondo Beach, CA on 3/29/2017

2004 Mazda 3

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Products were great, easy to install, great technical support when needed, I will definitely keep using Crutchfield in the future!

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awesome

Christopher from MD on 3/23/2017

2006 Mazda 3

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This interface is amazing! Was not pictured on the internet, but my Crutchfield helper recommended this one instead of the one listed. This one makes the use of the steering wheel stereo controls function flawlessly. it is also a plug and play affair after splicing the head unit harness into the crux interface harness (very easy to do) it just plugs into the factory wiring harness and that is it. No separate power, ground or lighting wiring to do. Those days are over with this!

Pros: Makes head unit plug and play

Cons: None

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Crutchfield customer from Kennesaw, GA on 3/14/2017

2008 Lexus RX350

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All those wires looked intimidating at first, but once I started at the start it was straightforward to wire. I only had to do it once! It easily fit in the space where the factory radio was installed.

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Simple wiring job, works well!

Keith from Ballwin, MO on 2/10/2017

2006 Mazda MX5

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Wiring up my Pioneer AVH-4200 NEX to my 2006 Miata with steering wheel controls was very easy with this harness. The color codes for the wires matched the head unit harness color codes, and physically making the connection with Crutchfield's recommended screw-on wire connectors made the job simple and reversible.

Pros: Easy connections Color coded wires matched head unit plug wires Simple to position behind head unit

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Works once set correctly

Paul from Appleton, WI on 1/30/2017

2015 Mazda 6

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To work with the New Jersey, the cable and DIP switches need to be set for a Pioneer Stereo instead of a Blaupunkt Stereo. No where in the instructions is this stated. The first two Crutchfield technical support agents did not know this. The third one, Scott, told me and then it worked as it should.

Pros: Works when set correctly.

Cons: Proper settings for the Blaupunkt New Jersey not included in the installation instructions.

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Works Great

Mitch D from Glenshaw, PA on 7/13/2016

2008 Mazda 3

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Does the job

Pros: Harness and steering controls in 1 unit.

Cons: Directions are lousy. Made install more difficult than needed to be.

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Awesome

David from Whittier, CA on 6/7/2016

2013 Mazda 3

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Wired this up in my sons car and adjusted the switches based on the instructions and some of the steering functions didn't work properly. I decided to try toggling the different switches with other combinations and found one that was perfect. Everything works like a charm!

Pros: Easy to use, no programming necessary

Cons: had to toggle the switches to find a combination that works [I have a background in electronics and troubleshooting, might be too difficult for the average user]

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Retains OEM steering wheel buttons and LED display

Dum Long from Holland PA on 5/18/2016

2014 Mazda 5

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Pretty much the only choice if you want to retain OEM dashboard display use and steering wheel controls with an aftermarket stereo. Such is the current state of aftermarket integration. The electronics are getting more sophisticated but this part makes it easier to handle. I've used older PAC units before that required programming and let me tell you it was not fun trying to read LED flashes and hoping it all works. This pre-programmed unit only required selecting the dial for manufacturer and making the requisite wire connections, much like you would do with any aftermarket wiring harness anyways. The documentation is a bit outdated and confusing to read. Using this with a Kenwood unit and the dash LED panel continues to work but remains on Audio; no more bluetooth, aux, xm, etc. which is just fine. The MPG info display works fine and is correctly mapped to the steering wheel info button. Volume up/down, skip forward/backward buttons work great and I think it's actually more responsive than the OEM which always had this weird lag. The mic button for hands free is somehow mapped to Attenuation on/off, no big deal since there is no handsfree system to speak of now. Things get a little weirder with the phone answer/end buttons. The answer button is only usable to pickup a call, pressing it by itself will not bring up the phone function by itself. No idea what the hang up button does as I was not able to get it to work to hang up a call. The unit can be reprogrammed manually.

Pros: instant volume up/down, track forward/backward compatibility

Cons: outdated documentation, odd button mapping for mic and phone buttons

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Great product

Andres from Port Huron, MI on 5/15/2016

2006 Mazda MX5

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Truly plug n play.

Pros: Super easy to set up.

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D.West from West Alexander Pa on 3/28/2016

2008 Mazda 3

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Everything was what I expected but the mic. People can"t hardly understand me when I talk on the phone hooked to radio.

Pros: Wired up nice like it was suppose to. Steering wheel controls work great.

Cons: Mic not what I was hoping for.

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Works great!

Sean from Olympia, WA on 3/4/2016

2011 Mazda 6

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Easy to connect. Good harness makes install easy. Steering wheel controls retained with little delay after hitting button.

Pros: Easy to use. Makes install easy.

Cons: None so far.

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Does what it was made to do

John from worcester, MA on 2/13/2016

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I got this along with my Sony radio for my Mazda 5. You basically wire it up to the Sony harness using the supplied wiring diagram and set the dip switches according to the instructions. I did utilize Crutchfield's fantastic technical support to make sure I made the right choices in regards to the antenna and booster connections before I put the dash back together. I word of advice; read your head units and this adapter's manual carefully. This isn't just a wire it and everything works type of deal. You have to program your head unit to work with the steering wheel control module. Make sure you have plenty of zip ties of various sizes on hand to secure this inside the dash so that you don't end up with rattles.

Pros: Fairly simple to use once you read the manual and grasp the concept of how its supposed to work.

Cons: Can be a little challenging for the novice but Crutchfield tech support can more than make up for this.

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A.B. from Lebanon, Pa on 2/2/2016

2004 Mazda 3

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Functions as described. Install was easy. All steering wheel controls function like OE

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Features

Radio Replacement Interface: The CRUX SWRMZ-64C is a radio replacement interface for select 2002-2015 Mazda vehicles. It facilitates the integration of an aftermarket radio to enable retention of factory features when replacing a factory installed radio in select Mazda vehicles. This interface is also pre-programmed for retention of steering wheel controls.

Compatibility: The CRUX SWRMZ-64C is supported by the following 2002-2015 Mazda vehicles.

Make Model  Year
Mazda CX-5 2013-2014
CX-7 2007-2011
CX-9 2007-2012
Mazda 2 2011-2012
Mazda 3 2004-2015
Mazda 5 2006-2014
Mazda 6 2003-2014
RX-8 2004-2011
Speed 3 2007-2011
Speed 6 2006-2007
MX-5 Miata 2006-2011
MPV 2002-2006

Compatibility Notes:

  • Does not retain factory information display.
  • Does not support the factory digital Bose audio system.
  • Does not retain A/C control feature (CAN-Bus vehicles).
  • Does not retain rear seat entertainment (RSE).
  • Does not retain clock setting.
Note: Please consult Crutchfield's Vehicle Selector to see if your vehicle is compatible and what additional installation accessories will be needed.

Steering Wheel Control Retention: The CRUX SWRMZ-64C will retain the factory steering wheel controls in Mazda vehicles that feature analog steering wheel controls. The SWRMZ-64C is fitted with an SWC output for Pioneer, Sony, Alpine, Clarion, Kenwood, JVC, Dual, Boss, and Soundstream aftermarket head units. The steering wheel control output consists of a right-angle 3.5mm connector and blue/yellow and green wires (use the connection that your aftermarket head unit is fitted with). A 3.5mm SWC Plug adapter is included for aftermarket radios without a 3.5mm SWC jack. The SWRMZ-64C interface module will work with any of the listed aftermarket head units, by setting its four dip-switches (see owner's manual for appropriate setting).

Wiring Harness: The included wiring harness features a three multi-pin connectors which plugs into your vehicle's factory radio harness, plus a 12-pin connector which plugs into the SWRMZ-64C interface module. The wiring harness also provides the following bare-wire leads which will need to be hardwired to your aftermarket head unit's wiring harness.

Wire Color Function
Black Chassis Ground
Red +12 Volt Accessory
Yellow +12 Volt Constant
Orange Illumination
Light Blue Factory BT SWC Input
Blue/white Amp Turn-On (Not Used)
White Left Front Speaker +
White/black Left Front Speaker -
Gray Right Front Speaker +
Gray/black Right Front Speaker -
Green Left Rear Speaker +
Green/black Left Rear Speaker -
Purple Right Rear Speaker +
Purple/black Right Rear Speaker -

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
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ease of install [ richard  Jan 28, 2019 ]
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It was offered for install. [ Chris  Sep 16, 2018 ]
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IDK, You told me I needed this [ Kristine  Sep 07, 2018 ]
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I wanted to retain my steering wheel controls [ TODD  Aug 20, 2018 ]
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Steering wheel control [ Hilton  Aug 16, 2018 ]
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site recommendation [ Carolyn  Nov 25, 2017 ]
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To enable control of product from steering. [ george  Nov 24, 2017 ]
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Will retain steering wheel controls for easier access [ Brian  Aug 31, 2017 ]
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Because it was recommended by Crutchfield. [ Pete  Mar 14, 2017 ]
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To replace a failing SWC. [ SERGE  Dec 27, 2016 ]
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To install my Kenwood stereo in my 2006 Mazda 3 [ katherine  Jun 22, 2016 ]
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Had good reviews over the other option [ D  Jun 01, 2016 ]
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3 questions already asked

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Will this adapter allow me to use the console "joystick" controls in my 2014 Mazda 6 in addition to steering wheel controls?
[ Tim  Jun 17, 2017 ]
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You will want to contact an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat to discuss compatibility with your factory system. They will be able to pull up your vehicle and see if this will integrate. If it does not, then they will also be able to discuss other options with you.
[ Kenny  Jun 20, 2017 ]  Staff
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Siri keeps auto-activating, I've determined it is neither the aftermarket deck nor my iPhone. Did anyone else have this problem? The SWC did work, but only Vol +/-, Track +/-, and mode. Phone pick up or end call buttons do not work. Is this how it's supposed to be? Is it maybe the splicing?
[ Tides  Apr 26, 2017 ]
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If you purchased the product from Crutchfield, feel free to contact our Tech Support team. They can walk you through the connections on the product and see if there may be a fix. Our toll-free Tech Support number is printed on your invoice, and is also available under the "My Orders" tab in the "My Account" section of our website. If you did not purchase the unit from Crutchfield, then you may want to contact the manufacturer, or try our online support center: http://crutchfield.custhelp.com/app/answers/list/kw/.
[ Kenny  Apr 26, 2017 ]  Staff
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Can anybody tell me where the light blue wire goes? It's coming from the 12 pin connector that plugs into the little black SWC module/box. I'm installing this in a 2015 Mazda 6, using a pioneer 4200 NEX. Thanks for any help!!
[ Angela  Jun 05, 2016 ]
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Sorry I paid a shop to put mine in ??
[ Nanci  Jun 06, 2016 ]
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If you purchased the product from Crutchfield, feel free to contact our Tech Support team. They can walk you through the settings on the product and see if there may be a fix. Our toll-free Tech Support number is printed on your invoice, and is also available under the "My Orders" tab in the "My Account" section of our website. If you did not purchase the unit from Crutchfield, then you may want to contact the manufacturer. You can also post your question in our forums: http://community.crutchfield.com. Or try our online support center: http://crutchfield.custhelp.com/app/answers/list/kw/.
[ Krissy  Jun 06, 2016 ]  Staff

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