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iDatalink HRN-RR-SU2 Interface Harness

Retain the factory steering wheel audio controls and other factory features with an iDatalink-ready car stereo in select 2012-up Subaru vehicles

Item # 794HRRSU2

This HRN-RR-SU2 interface harness from iDatalink allows you to connect a new iDatalink-ready car stereo in select...

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This HRN-RR-SU2 interface harness from iDatalink allows you to connect a new iDatalink-ready car stereo in select...

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About the iDatalink HRN-RR-SU2 Interface Harness

iDatalink HRN-RR-SU2 

This HRN-RR-SU2 interface harness from iDatalink allows you to connect a new iDatalink-ready car stereo in select 2012-up Subaru vehicles, working in conjunction with iDatalink's Maestro ADS-MRR module. Once connected, you'll retain the use of your Subaru's steering wheel audio controls. You'll also keep your Subaru's amp and subwoofer (if present), plus you'll also be able to display engine performance data and other vehicle info on your receiver's screen.

iDatalink HRN-RR-SU2 

This HRN-RR-SU2 interface harness from iDatalink allows you to connect a new iDatalink-ready car stereo in select 2012-up Subaru vehicles, working in conjunction with iDatalink's Maestro ADS-MRR module. Once connected, you'll retain the use of your Subaru's steering wheel audio controls. You'll also keep your Subaru's amp and subwoofer (if present), plus you'll also be able to display engine performance data and other vehicle info on your receiver's screen.

The package includes three connectors that plug in between the Maestro module, your Subaru radio's wiring plugs, and your new car stereo. You'll have to solder or splice together this harness's power/ground, illumination, and speaker output wires to the corresponding wires on your aftermarket receiver's wiring harness. The iDatalink harness also supplies the outputs you'll need for a navigation receiver.

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Product highlights:

  • allows installation of a new iDatalink-ready receiver in select Subaru vehicles
  • also requires the Maestro ADS-MRR module
  • retains the use of your steering wheel audio controls, plus factory amp and subwoofer
  • displays engine performance data on touchscreen
  • provides outputs for a navigation receiver
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # HRN-RR-SU2
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What's in the box:

  • Radio/vehicle harness
  • Backup camera harness
  • OBDII harness
  • "D" harness
  • "B" harness
  • "A" harness

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Subaru Installation Harness: The iDatalink Maestro HRN-RR-SU2 installation harness greatly simplifies the installation of the Maestro RR Car Radio Replacement Interface module (794ADSMRR, sold separately) in select Subaru, Scion, & Toyota vehicles when replacing your factory radio with an iDatalink Serial Port compatible head unit from Kenwood, JVC, Alpine, or Pioneer (click here for a list of fully compatible radios). This installation harness will not work with aftermarket head units that do not feature an iDatalink Serial Port.

Notes: The iDatalink Maestro HRN-RR-SU2 installation harness requires the purchase of the iDatalink Maestro RR (794ADSMRR).

Vehicle Compatibility Chart: Click here for a list of compatible Subaru, Scion, & Toyota vehicles. Or, click here to find out what works with your particular vehicle.

Flashing the Module: The iDatalink Maestro RR (ADS-MRR) will need to be plugged into your Windows PC and loaded with the correct firmware for your vehicle before installation. Visit iDatalink's Weblink site, and follow the instructions. System Requirements for Weblink 6.3 include:

  • Windows 2000 (SP4), XP (SP2), Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, or 10
  • Administrative rights on your PC
  • Internet Explorer 7.0 or greater (excluding 64-bit version)
  • Available USB port
Note: iDatalink Maestro RR is not compatible with a Mac.

Retained Factory Features: The following factory features (if applicable) are retained when replacing your factory radio with a compatible iDatalink Serial Port head unit from Kenwood, JVC, Alpine, or Pioneer using the Maestro RR Car Radio Replacement Interface module and HRN-RR-SU2 installation harness.

  • Factory Starlink telematics and SOS buttons (if equipped)
  • Factory amplifier with turn-on & fader (if equipped)
  • Factory steering wheel controls (SWC) with two-function programmability
  • Factory Aux input and backup camera (if equipped)

Extra Features: The following Extra features are added when replacing your aftermarket head unit with a compatible iDatalink Serial Port head unit from Kenwood, JVC, Pioneer, or Alpine using the Maestro RR Car Radio Replacement Interface module and HRN-RR-SU2 installation harness.

  • Selectable Performance Gauges
  • Read/Reset Check Engine Codes
  • Vehicle Info (including Tire Pressure Display, Battery Voltage Display, & Door Open Status/Warning)

Navigation Outputs: The HRN-RR-SU2 provides a VSS (vehicle speed sense), Parking Brake, and a Reverse Light output to make installing your compatible aftermarket navigation radio simpler and less time consuming.

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Looking to keep my current features from my car and wanted to add some as well [ Justin  Feb 18, 2019 ]
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packaged item [ Christy  Feb 09, 2019 ]
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Factory integration was a major part of my purchase decision. Based on the comments I'm seeing, my factory controls will be even more versatile than they were with the stock setup! [ Jimmy  Jan 04, 2019 ]
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I need it [ Eric  Dec 06, 2018 ]
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recommended [ Jonathon  Oct 11, 2018 ]
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Specific to my vehicle and the best price was found here at Crutchfield. [ Saifuddin  Jul 24, 2018 ]
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I wanted to maintain all the functionality provided by my factory head unit to include items such as backup camera and steering wheel controls. [ Charles  Jul 15, 2018 ]
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do i need to use obd2 harness? i have a subaru and i want to retain the backup camera, radio, ect. i dont have steering wheel controls or vehicle data that needs to be observed. would this still work without the OBDII port connected? also does the reverse camera need a 12v to 6v step down? thanks
[ Brett  Mar 13, 2019 ]
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Brett, No, you don't need it, but I would highly recommend it. It is pain free to install and provides an array of features. Install it! 12v/6v depends on head unit, I believe.
[ JAMES  Mar 14, 2019 ]
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Hi Brett. I recently upgraded the stereo in my 2018 Subaru WRX and this is everything that I purchased and needed for the job: Metra 40-LX11 Antenna Adapter, Scosche SU2031B Dash Kit Gloss Black, iDatalink Maestro ADS-MRR Interface Module, iDatalink HRN-RR-SU2 Interface Harness. With that I still have radio, backup camera, and steering wheel controls. Alex Z.
[ Alexander  Mar 14, 2019 ]
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Hey Brett I wish I could give you a better answer then this but I went aftermarket with everything. I always have the OBD port occupied to receive vehicle info with my Kenwood 9905s. I did not have the oem deck and camera. My camera I installed and all works good. I maintained all steering wheel controls. I had to customize mine for personal use which is a plus for information you want. In addition to a single press of the stearing wheel buttons you can do a long press for an additional function. All information is accurate tire oresssure, RPMS, temps, etc... that is about as much information I can give you. Oh and yes I needed the subaru newest version harness which I have a 2012 outback.
[ Josh  Mar 13, 2019 ]
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Everything in the pic is what u need. I didn't have to buy anything extra. Idk anything about 12v to 6v. Everything was straight forward
[ Sylvester  Mar 13, 2019 ]
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The OBDII port is just for tire pressure, check engine codes etc. For the backup camera and radio you shouldnt need it, if you flash the proper firmware on the datalink box it should be a snap
[ Jeff  Mar 13, 2019 ]

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