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iDatalink Maestro RR2 Interface Module Connect a new stereo and retain the steering wheel audio controls and other factory features in select vehicles

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About the iDatalink Maestro RR2 Interface Module

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Keep your vehicle's features

iDatalink's Maestro ADS-MRR2 module, along with the correct interface harness for your vehicle, allows you to install a new car stereo in select late-model Chrysler, Fiat, Ford, General Motors, Honda/Acura, Subaru, Toyota/Scion, and Volkswagen vehicles while retaining your steering wheel audio controls and other factory conveniences you've grown accustomed to. And setup only takes a few minutes via Bluetooth from your smartphone or other device, a big improvement over previous models. You'll also need an additional Maestro vehicle-specific wiring harness that connects your new receiver to the ADS-MRR2 module and your vehicle's wiring. When you purchase a new car stereo, we will automatically offer this harness along with ADS-MRR2 module at a discounted price on your way to the Cart.

Keep your vehicle's features

iDatalink's Maestro ADS-MRR2 module, along with the correct interface harness for your vehicle, allows you to install a new car stereo in select late-model Chrysler, Fiat, Ford, General Motors, Honda/Acura, Subaru, Toyota/Scion, and Volkswagen vehicles while retaining your steering wheel audio controls and other factory conveniences you've grown accustomed to. And setup only takes a few minutes via Bluetooth from your smartphone or other device, a big improvement over previous models. You'll also need an additional Maestro vehicle-specific wiring harness that connects your new receiver to the ADS-MRR2 module and your vehicle's wiring. When you purchase a new car stereo, we will automatically offer this harness along with ADS-MRR2 module at a discounted price on your way to the Cart.

Here's how it works

First, you connect the Maestro to your computer using the included USB cable or to your smartphone or other device via Bluetooth, visit www.idatalink.com/maestro, and follow the instructions. Once the unit has been "flashed," it's ready to go. Next, you'll either solder or crimp the vehicle-specific Maestro harness (sold separately) to your new receiver's wiring, just like you would with any Crutchfield wiring harness or wiring adapter.

Retains steering wheel audio controls

The ADS-MRR2 module also allows you to use your factory steering wheel audio controls with your new receiver. Using the intuitive web programming interface, each factory button can be assigned a specific radio function. Better yet, you can also assign a secondary "press and hold" radio function to each factory button, effectively doubling what can be controlled. It's simple to update the module's firmware and software via a wireless Bluetooth connection.

Command centre

The ADS-MRR2 features three programmable outputs which allow you to control relay-driven aftermarket accessories from an iDatalink Serial Port-compatible Kenwood, JVC, Alpine, Sony, or Pioneer in-dash receiver. These outputs can be individually configured to Latch, Toggle, Follow a CAN signal in the car (firmware dependent), or have a custom output configuration, as well as setting Delay On and Delay Off times for each output. You can also assign a steering wheel control button from the vehicle to control one of these outputs. The ADS-MRR2 also features a dedicated port for radar detector integration that allows you to connect to select Escort radar detectors (sold separately).

Keeping your factory features with an iDatalink-compatible car stereo

If you're buying a compatible Kenwood, JVC, Pioneer, Sony, or Alpine receiver, you'll enjoy the outstanding performance of your receiver, plus seamless touchscreen control over most of the factory features in select vehicles (see Details for specific functions and installation notes). You'll also see a list of these features on the way to the Cart with the car stereo you've selected.

With most iDatalink-compatible car stereos, you'll also be able to add additional features like performance gauges, climate controls, and parking assistance that appear on your new receiver's touchscreen.

Car stereos that aren't iDatalink-compatible

With car stereos that are not iDatalink-compatible, you'll usually retain your steering wheel controls and the use of your factory amplifier, although retained features vary according to the vehicle. Again, you'll see a list of features on the way to the Cart.

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Product highlights:

  • allows installation of a new car stereo in select 2006-up vehicles built by Chrysler, Fiat, Ford, GM, Honda/Acura, Subaru, Toyota/Scion, and Volkswagen
  • works with required vehicle-specific harness (sold separately) to retain factory steering wheel audio controls, retain the factory amp if present, and integrate all car stereo connections
  • retains factory convenience features (OnStar, SYNC, Uconnect, and more) with select Kenwood, Alpine, Pioneer, Sony, and JVC touchscreen receivers
  • displays engine performance data on touchscreen with select Kenwood, JVC, Pioneer, Sony, and Alpine multimedia receivers
  • setup via Bluetooth-enabled device or mini-USB-to-USB-A cable
  • three programmable outputs control relay-driven aftermarket accessories
  • dedicated port connects to select Escort radar detectors (sold separately)
  • dimensions: 4-3/4"W x 3/4"H x 3-1/4"D
  • warranty: 1 year
  • MFR # ADS-MRR2

What's in the box:

  • Radio replacement interface module
  • 18" Interface harness (4-pin to 4-pin)
  • 18" SWC harness (4-pin to 3.5mm)
  • 22" Audio harness (3-Pin to 3.5mm)
  • 8" Programmable output harness (6-pin to bare-wires)
  • 8" Radar harness (6-pin to bare-wires)
  • 7" USB-C to USB-A cable

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The iDatalink Maestro RR2 Interface Module replaces these items:

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iDatalink Maestro RR2
Available Installation Harnesses

Web-Programmable Radio Replacement Solution: The iDatalink Maestro RR2 (ADS-MRR2) is part of a web-programmable solution that allows you to replace the factory radio in many 2006-up Ford/Lincoln/Mercury, GM, Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep/RAM, Toyota/Scion, Honda/Acura, Hyundai/Kia, Nissan, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Fiat, Subaru, Volkswagen, and Audi vehicles; as well as Harley Davidson motorcycles (requires additional vehicle specific harness). Retained features will vary by vehicle and aftermarket head unit.

Flashing Module via Weblink Desktop: The iDatalink Maestro RR2 (ADS-MRR2) will need to be loaded with correct firmware before installation. The included USB cable plugs into your computer and allows you to "flash" the Maestro RR2 with the appropriate firmware to prepare it for installation. Simply download Weblink Desktop (for Windows and Mac) onto your computer to access the appropriate firmware. System requirements include -

  • Windows PC (10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP/2000) or Mac OS X (Mojave [10.14], HighSierra [10.13], Sierra [10.12], El-Capitan [10.11])
  • Available USB port (version 2.0 or 3.0)
  • 4GB RAM or more
  • 200MB available space on HDD
  • Internet connection

Note: Not compatible with Chromebook and other operating systems not listed above.

WeblinkMaestro App: The WeblinkMaestro app (for Apple iOS and Android OS) can now be used to flash and program the iDatalink Maestro RR2 (ADS-MRR2) using your compatible smartphone or tablet device via a wireless Bluetooth connection. An online Weblink account will still be required. In addition, you will be able to re-configure the iDatalink Maestro RR2 and adjust any settings you may have missed during your initial setup, such as changing a SWC command. Firmware & software updates can also be done via the WeblinkMaestro app over a wireless Bluetooth connection.

Aftermarket Radio Compatibility: The iDatalink Maestro RR2 (ADS-MRR2) is fully compatible with select aftermarket receivers with an iDatalink Serial Port and partially compatible with non-serial port aftermarket head units. Features will vary by vehicle and type of aftermarket head unit.

  • Fully Compatible Serial Port Aftermarket Receivers: The iDatalink Maestro RR2 is fully compatible with the select Kenwood, JVC, Alpine, Sony, and Pioneer in-dash receivers which feature an iDatalink Serial Port. Click here for a list of compatible radios.
  • Partially Compatible Non-Serial Port Radios: The ADS-MRR2 is also compatible with non-serial port radios from Alpine, Axxera (Dual), Blaupunkt, Boss, Boyo, Clarion, Eclipse, Jensen, JVC, Kenwood, Pioneer, and Sony.

Retained Features: The iDatalink Maestro RR2 lets your retain important factory features and functions - including Infotainment systems like Ford Sync, OnStar, and U-Connect. Other retained factory features and functions include Steering Wheel Controls, Satellite Radio (external tuners only), USB ports, Aux inputs, Bluetooth, RSE (Rear Seat Entertainment) and Backup Cameras. In addition, your vehicle's Warning Chimes and RAP are retained. In some cases the factory amplified system will be retained, while other times the factory amplifier will be bypassed.

Note: Retained features & functions will vary by vehicle.

Steering Wheel Controls: The iDatalink Maestro RR2 also lets you retain the factory steering wheel controls in a variety of vehicles when replacing the factory radio with an aftermarket stereo that offers a SWC input. In addition to retaining the original steering wheel functions, you can assign secondary press & hold features to the buttons of your choice. You may or may not need to splice into your factory wirining (depending on vehicle make and model).

Note: Steering wheel controls work with the following brands - Alpine, Axxera (Dual), Blaupunkt, Boss, Clarion, Jensen, JVC, Kenwood, Pioneer, and Sony. Other brands are not supported.

Extra features: When installing an iDatalink Serial Port-compatible Kenwood, JVC, Alpine, Sony, or Pioneer in-dash receiver in select Ford/Lincoln/Mercury, GM, Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep, Toyota/Scion, Honda/Acura, Fiat, and Volkswagen/Audi vehicles, the iDatalink Maestro RR2 offers extra features. The following extra features will vary by aftermarket head unit and make/model/year vehicle.

  • Climate Controls: Control your climate, defrost, and heated seat settings directly from your aftermarket head unit's LCD touchscreen.
  • Vehicle Info: Monitor your car's door status, tire pressure, read/reset engine codes, and more directly from your aftermarket head unit's LCD touchscreen.
  • Gauges: Displays speed, boost, turbo, RPM, engine temperature and more directly on your aftermarket head unit's LCD touchscreen.
  • Visual Parking Assistance: Displays visual proximity indicators directly on your aftermarket head unit's LCD touchscreen for extra security.
Note: 2014-2015 Pioneer receivers with the iDatalink Serial Port and non-serial port aftermarket radios do not support these Extra features.

Navigation Outputs: The ADS-MRR2 provides a VSS (vehicle speed sense), Foot Brake, Parking Brake, and a Reverse Light output to make installing practically any aftermarket navigation radio simpler and less time consuming.

Amp Turn-On Lead: The ADS-MRR2 provides an amp turn-on lead to turn on any factory amps when installing virtually any aftermarket head unit. Both balance & fade control are retained in many vehicles with analog amplifier systems. iDatalink Serial Port compatible head units from Kenwood, JVC, Alpine, Sony, and Pioneer also support fading in vehicles with digital amplifier systems.

Note: If you are installing an aftermarket head unit that does not feature an iDatalink serial port, then you will not be able to fade in vehicles with digital amplifier systems. In this case, adjust the factory amplifier's fader prior to installation of the new aftermarket head unit.

Programmable Outputs: The ADS-MRR2 features three programmable outputs which can be configured to control aftermarket accessories one may add to the vehicle from an iDatalink Serial Port compatible Kenwood, JVC, Alpine, Sony, or Pioneer in-dash receiver. These outputs can be configured to Latch, Toggle, Follow a CAN signal in the car (firmware dependent), or have a custom output configuration. You can even configure Delay On and Delay OFF times for each output. You can also assign a steering wheel control button from the vehicle to control one of these outputs.

Escort Radar Detector Port: When installing an iDatalink Serial Port compatible Kenwood, JVC, Alpine, Sony, or Pioneer in-dash receiver, the iDatalink Maestro RR2 features a dedicated port for Escort Radar integration with select Escort models, such as the Escort iX Ci and Escort MAX Ci (sold separately).

Installation Note: Connecting the module, vehicle specific harness, and aftermarket head unit together requires hard-wiring numerous wires by soldering or using Posi-Twist connectors.

Available Installation Harnesses

Installation Harnesses: You will need a vehicle specific installation harness to install the iDatalink Maestro RR2 in your compatible vehicle. Make sure you update the iDatalink Maestro RR2 with the correct firmware for your specific vehicle from the iDatalink Weblink site. You can click here to find out if the iDatalink Maestro RR2 is compatible with your vehicle and what installation harnesses, kits, and accessories are required.

Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep/Ram/Fiat Harness: When installed in a compatible Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep/Ram/Fiat vehicle, the iDatalink Maestro RR2 requires the use of one of the following vehicle specific harnesses (all sold separately).

  • HRN-HRR-CH1 (Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep/Ram): Click here for a list of compatible Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-HRR-CH1 harness.
  • HRN-HRR-CH2 (Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep): Click here for a list of compatible Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-HRR-CH2 harness.
  • HRN-HRR-CH3 (Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep/Ram/Fiat): Click here for a list of compatible Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Fiat, and Ram vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-HRR-CH3 harness
  • KIT-C200 (Chrysler 200): Click here for a list of compatible Chrysler 200 models. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the KIT-C200.
  • KIT-CHK1 (Jeep Cherokee): Click here for a list of compatible Jeep Cherokee models. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the KIT-CHK1.
  • KIT-DUR1 (Dodge Durango): Click here for a list of compatible Dodge Durango models. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the KIT-DUR1.
  • KIT-WJL1 (Jeep Wrangler/Gladiator): Click here for a list of compatible Jeep Wrangler/Gladiator models. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the KIT-JL1.
  • KIT-WJL2 (Jeep Wrangler/Gladiator): Click here for a list of compatible Jeep Wrangler/Gladiator models. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the KIT-JL2.

Ford/Lincoln/Mercury Harnesses: When installed in a compatible Ford/Lincoln/Mercury vehicle, the iDatalink Maestro RR2 requires the use of one of the following vehicle specific harnesses or OEM integration packages (all sold separately).

  • HRN-HRR-FO1 (Ford/Lincoln/Mercury): Click here for a list of compatible Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-HRR-FO1 harness.
  • HRN-HRR-FO2 (Ford): Click here for a list of compatible Ford vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-HRR-FO2 harness.
  • HRN-HRR-FO3 (Ford): Click here for a list of compatible Ford vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-HRR-FO3 harness.
  • KIT-MUS1 (2012-2014 Ford Mustang): Click here for a list of compatible Mustang vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the KIT-MUS1.
  • KIT-MUS2 (2015-2023 Ford Mustang): Click here for a list of compatible Mustang vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the KIT-MUS2.
  • KIT-FOC1 (2012-up Ford Focus): Click here for a list of compatible Ford Focus models. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the KIT-FOC1.
  • KIT-FOR1 (2008-2014): Click here for a list of compatible Ford vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the KIT-FOC1.
  • KIT-F150 (2013-2014 Ford F-Series): Click here for a list of compatible Ford F-Series trucks. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the KIT-F150.
  • KIT-FTR1 (2015-up Ford F-Series): Click here for a list of compatible Ford F-Series trucks. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the KIT-FTR1.
  • KIT-EDG2 (Ford Edge): Click here for a list of compatible Ford Edge vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the KIT-EDG2.
  • KIT-EDG3 (Ford Edge): Click here for a list of compatible Ford Edge vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the KIT-EDG3.
  • KIT-TRA1: (Frod Transit): lick here for a list of compatible Ford Transit vehicles.Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the KIT-TRA1.

GM Harnesses: When installed in a compatible GM vehicle, the iDatalink Maestro RR2 requires the use of one of the following vehicle specific harnesses (all sold separately).

  • HRN-RR-GM5 (Buick/Chevy/GMC/Cadillac): Click here for a list of compatible GM vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-RR-GM5 harness.
  • HRN-RR-GM4 (Chevy & GMC Trucks): Click here for a list of compatible GM vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-RR-GM4 harness.
  • HRN-HRR-GM3 (Chevy & GMC Trucks): Click here for a list of compatible GM vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-HRR-GM3 harness.
  • HRN-HRR-GM2 (Chevy/GMC): Click here for a list of compatible GM vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-HRR-GM2 harness.

Honda/Acura Harnesses: When installed in a compatible Honda or Acura vehicle, the iDatalink Maestro RR2 requires the use of one of the follwing iDatalink Maestro installation harness (sold separately).

  • HRN-HRR-HO1 (Honda/Acura): Click here for a list of compatible Honda & Acura vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-HRR-HO1 harness.
  • HRN-HRR-HO2 (Honda): Click here for a list of compatible Honda vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-HRR-HO2 harness.

Hyundai/Kia Harnesses: When installed in a compatible Hyundai or Kia vehicle, the iDatalink Maestro RR2 requires the use of one of the following iDatalink Maestro installation harness (sold separately).

  • HRN-HRR-HK1 (2010-2019 Hyundai/Kia): Click here for a list of compatible Hyundai and Kia vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using HRN-HRR-HK1 harness.
  • HRN-RR-HK2 (2011-2019 Hyundai/Kia): Click here for a list of compatible Hyundai & Kia vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-RR-HK2 harness.
  • HRN-HRR-HK3 (2016-Up Hyundai/Kia): Click here for a list of compatible Hyundai & Kia vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-HRR-HK3 harness.

Nissan Harnesses: When installed in a compatible Nissan vehicle, the iDatalink Maestro RR2 requires the use of one of the following iDatalink Maestro installation harnesses (sold separately).

  • HRN-HRR-NI1 (Nissan): Click here for a list of compatible Nissan vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-HRR-NI1 harness.
  • HRN-HRR-NI2 (Nissan): Click here for a list of compatible Nissan vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-HRR-NI2 harness.

Mazda Harnesses: When installed in a compatible Mazda vehicle, the iDatalink Maestro RR2 requires the use of one of the following iDatalink Maestro installation harnesses (sold separately).

  • HRN-HRR-MA1 (Mazda): Click here for a list of compatible Mazda vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-HRR-MA1 harness.
  • HRN-HRR-MA2 (Mazda): Click here for a list of compatible Nissan vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-HRR-MA2 harness.

Toyota/Scion Harness: When installed in a compatible Toyota or Scion vehicle, the iDatalink Maestro RR2 requires the use of one of the following vehicle specific harnesses (sold separately).

  • HRN-HRR-TO1 (Toyota/Scion): Click here for a list of compatible Toyota & Scion vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-HRR-TO1.
  • HRN-HRR-TO2 (Toyota): Click here for a list of compatible Toyota vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-HRR-TO2.
  • HRN-HRR-TO3 (Toyota): Click here for a list of compatible Toyota vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-HRR-TO3.

Subaru Installation Harnesses: When installed in a compatible Subaru vehicle (or select Scion & Toyota vehicles), the iDatalink Maestro RR2 requires the use of one of the following iDatalink Maestro installation harness (sold separately).

  • HRN-RR-SU1 (Subaru): Click here for a list of compatible Subaru vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-RR-SU1.
  • HRN-HRR-SU2 (Subaru/Toyota/Scion): Click here for a list of compatible Subaru, Scion, & Toyota vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-HRR-SU2.
  • HRN-RR-SU3 (Subaru): Click here for a list of compatible Subaru vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-RR-SU3.

Volkswagen/Audi Harnesseses: When installed in a compatible Volkswagen or Audi vehicle, the iDatalink Maestro RR2 requires the use of one of the following iDatalink Maestro installation harnesses (sold separately).

  • HRN-RR-VW1 (Volkswagen/Audi): Click here for a list of compatible Volkswagen & Audi vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-RR-VW1.
  • HRN-RR-VW2 (Volkswagen): Click here for a list of compatible Volkswagen vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-RR-VW2.
  • HRN-RR-AU1 (Audi): Click here for a list of compatible Audi vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-RR-AU1.
  • KIT-R8 (Audi): Click here for a list of compatible Audi vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the KIT-R8.
  • KIT-VW1 (Volkswagen): Click here for a list of compatible Volkswagen vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the KIT-VW.

Mitsubishi Harness: When installed in a compatible Mitsubishi vehicle, the iDatalink Maestro RR2 requires the use of the HRN-HRR-MI1 installation harness (sold separately). Click here for a list of compatible Mitsubishi vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-HRR-MI1 harness.

Fiat Harness: When installed in a compatible Fiat vehicle, the iDatalink Maestro RR2 requires the use of the HRN-RR-FI1 installation harness (sold separately). Click here for a list of compatible Fiat vehicles. Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-RR-FI1 harness.

Harley Davidson Harness: When installed in a compatible 2014-up Harley Davidson motorcyle, the iDatalink Maestro RR2 requires the use of the HRN-RR-HD2 installation harness (sold separately). Click here to learn more details regarding Retained Features & Extra Features when using the HRN-RR-HD2 harness.

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21 questions already asked

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I have a 2011 dodge challenger srt8 392 with a kenwood dmx907s want to know what functions will I gain with this?
blake  Apr 03, 2024
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Greetings Mario. Thank you for your question. Full details and options you can achieve with the RR2 can be found by entering your vehicle and the Kenwood stereo on the Maestro website below. https://www.idatalinkmaestro.com/en
hogan  Apr 03, 2024 (Staff)
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Hello, I have a Kenwood DMX7022S on a 2011 WRX STI. The head unit model does not seem to appear in the compatibility list on the idatalink website, despite Kenwood saying it is compatible. May I just validate if this is indeed compatible with the Maestro RR2 and that I would be able to display OBD2 information?
paul  Jan 16, 2024
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If you want to display vehicle gauges and OBD II information Paul, you will need to upgrade to a radio that is listed in the flashing menu for the Maestro RR2. The DMX7022S is technically compatible but has partial Maestro support. Radios with partial support will work to retain many of your factory features and systems using the included serial cable connection. However, these radios lack the display screens for Vehicle Information, Climate Control, Parking Assist and Gauges. No update to these radios is available to support these features, so the best move is to upgrade the radio to enjoy those features you need!
bo  Jan 17, 2024 (Staff)
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2013 Toyota Venza with navigation but not JBL. I had no luck getting the out of park signal with other adapters. Seems it only comes from the can bus and is what turns on the camera. Does this fix that? I had to use an android unit to achieve this but it's a little janky.
matthew  Oct 07, 2023
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Using the iDatalink Maestro (RR1 or RR2) in conjunction with the iDatalink HRN-HRR-TO2 harness in the link below will provide the reverse trigger and parking brake connection within the TO2 harness, Matthew. We have a few adapter options for your vehicle from Crux and PAC that both provide those connections. The factory backup camera is also retained with Maestro interfaces, using MRR or MRR2! https://www.crutchfield.com/p_794HRRTO2C/iDatalink-HRN-HRR-TO2-ADS-MRR-or-ADS-MRR2-module-also-required.html
bo  Oct 07, 2023 (Staff)
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Is this compatible with a 2016 dodge challenger RT shaker?
al  Jul 02, 2023
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The MRR2 is compatible with your vehicle. However, we do not have the additional installation parts necessary to replace your factory radio.
zachary  Jul 02, 2023 (Staff)
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2007 Mustang, no shaker no steering wheel controls external amp. Want to use with Kenwood DMX1037S to get radar detector and ECM info on the Kenwood. Do I need the Ford harness HRN-RR-FO1 or is a simple metra harness sufficient? Thanks
trcim4pu  May 07, 2023
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The Kenwood DMX1037S is a fantastic choice for radar detector information to be displayed on-screen when paired with a compatible K40 or Escort system, Todd. You will also need the HRN-RR-FO1 harness as it is also crucial to the operation of the complete setup. The link below is the parts loadout minus the Kenwood DMX1037S as it is temporarily unavailable at this time, sadly. This link has everything you would need to pair with the Kenwood radio for install, I hope this helps! https://www.crutchfield.com/I-rXYEc222/cart/EmailCart.aspx?emKey=3134690
bo  May 07, 2023 (Staff)
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Can this module be reflashed for an upgraded radio that is compatible with IDatalink?
preston  Dec 15, 2022
1 answer
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Yes. This can be reflashed for a different iDatalink compatible radio.
zachary  Dec 16, 2022 (Staff)
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Does this have a ir sending eye that must point at the radio or is this all connected and installed in the dash?
corey  Jul 30, 2022
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It's installed behind the dash. There's no eye.
james  Jul 31, 2022
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Connected and installed in dash
christian  Jul 31, 2022
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Will this work with a tuner and allow you to change things from the screen and show the tune?
josh  May 31, 2022
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This unit is for aftermarket radio integration. While it can display certain engine information on the screen when installed in a compatible vehicle, it does not have integration for third party gear outside of select radar detector systems.
thomas  Jun 01, 2022 (Staff)
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Does this retain wifi and sirrus for toyota tacoma trd off road 2020?
geister  Jan 05, 2022
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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.
kenneth  Jan 11, 2022 (Staff)
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I have a Maestro rr how easily can it swapped with the rr2?
pete  Dec 15, 2021
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We have not received any answers from other customers on your question. I would recommend reaching out to an Advisor by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat. They should be able to help answer your question.
kenneth  Dec 20, 2021 (Staff)
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Can one use custom PID's from the OBDII and display them on the head unit?
toni  Sep 21, 2021
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Maestro downloads the Pids from your ECM and will give you options in each gauge display as to which ones you can view in each gauge. Hope this helps
thomas  Sep 21, 2021
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I was wondering how to flash the RR2 with new firmware after it has been installed. I think it can be done via Bluetooth but I can't seem to find instructions on the Idatalink Maestro web site. Do any of y'all have a link?
marc  Jul 19, 2021
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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. Kenny Crutchfield Order Support
kenneth  Jul 20, 2021 (Staff)
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Do you need to install relays to use the 3 programable outputs? If yes please advise on the relay type
chris  Dec 04, 2020
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hi no relays needed just lots of wiring the unit talks to all car computer work very nice keep all your car opions
william  Dec 04, 2020
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Does this work with factory Bose head unit, 08 Silverado?
louis  Nov 29, 2020
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If Crutchfield doesn't have your answer than the Idatalink website will and will tell you everything you what features will remain
tario anthony  Nov 29, 2020
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It should work with it. But go to idatalink website first and it will tell you
charles  Nov 29, 2020
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Go on the idatalink web page and check your video. then watch some youtube videos about installing it in your truck. i personally think you wouldnt need that on an 2008 vehicle
michelle  Nov 29, 2020
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The Maestro RR2 manufacturer website indicates that the product will fit my Miata NC, but Crutchfield is indicating that it doesn't fit. Has anyone installed this into a 2012 Miata Sport (non-bose) with steering wheel controls?
chris  Sep 02, 2020
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I'd go with what the idatalink website say. From what I learned the Maestro RR2 can still work as a expensive steering wheel control mod. I had the same issue when I used it in a 2011 Ford Taurus. I was able to get most of the features even the steering wheel controls
tario anthony  Sep 02, 2020
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