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Axxess HDCC-01 Wiring Interface

Connect a new car stereo and retain factory amplifier, aux input, and clock in select 2012-up Honda vehicles

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The HDCC-01 interface from Axxess allows you to retain the factory aux input and the use of your clock when...

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About the Axxess HDCC-01 Wiring Interface

Axxess HDCC-01

The HDCC-01 interface from Axxess allows you to retain the factory aux input and the use of your clock when replacing the radio in select Hondas. The interface retains all balance and fader functions with your new car stereo, and it's compatible with both amplified and non-amplified systems. You'll get all the connections you'll need when installing a navigation receiver, along with 12-volt, 10-amp accessory power.

Axxess HDCC-01

The HDCC-01 interface from Axxess allows you to retain the factory aux input and the use of your clock when replacing the radio in select Hondas. The interface retains all balance and fader functions with your new car stereo, and it's compatible with both amplified and non-amplified systems. You'll get all the connections you'll need when installing a navigation receiver, along with 12-volt, 10-amp accessory power.

Plug-in connection for an Axxess steering wheel control adapter

The HDCC-01 includes a pre-wired harness for the Axxess ASWC-1 interface (sold separately), in case you'd like to integrate your factory steering wheel audio controls with your new car stereo. Warranty: 1 year.

Important Note: In order to retain your factory sub, you'll want to pick a new car stereo with subwoofer preamp outputs. To retain your vehicle's auxiliary input, you'll need to pick a car stereo with a rear aux input.

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What's in the box:

  • Radio replacement interface module
  • Vehicle harness
  • Radio harness
  • Sub harness
  • Installation Instructions
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Axxess HDCC-01 Wiring Interface

Tim from Washington, WV on 12/20/2018

2013 Honda CRV

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This harness worked perfectly for connecting the stereo to my Honda CR-V's exiting radio connections.

Pros: Perfect connections

Cons: Instructions

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Extremely easy to install!

Marc from Chester, VA on 9/13/2018

2012 Honda Civic SI

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Made the installation process super easy since I only had to solder the power, remote power, and ground wires to my head unit. Came prepared for the AWSC-1 as well which was super helpful. Only gripe is that the instructions on the website for the HDCC-01 didn't specify what the grey/blue wire was for, and instead had to figure out from a forum specialized for my car. They also said to download the AX-DSP app to tune everything in and after a brief call to Metra's tech support, figured out that wasn't necessary since the DSP is an entirely different module and I wasn't using one.

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Gary from Austin, TX on 5/10/2018

2012 Honda Civic Hybrid

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This worked perfectly. Wiring to the other harnesses was pretty straightforward. The only glitch was that during installation in the car, the covers fell off. One fell behind the center console, which required more disassembly to find. Once I retrieved it, I put the covers back on and secured them with a long cable tire. Functionally, it was flawless.

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Crutchfield customer from Cedarburg, WI on 1/8/2018

2012 Honda Civic EX

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Unit works like a champ. The instructions could have been more complete. They said nothing about how to make the unit "learn" the buttons in the steering wheel. But Crutchfield tech support knew how to do it.

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ALAIN from North Miami, FL on 12/24/2017

2013 Honda Civic LX

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works great!!!

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If it wasn't for crutchfield tech support I'd still be stumped

Chris from Mastic Beach, NY on 6/27/2016

2012 Honda Civic EX

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Crutchfield tech support is phenomenal. They walked me through every step

Pros: Works like it's supposed to

Cons: A lot of wires

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Works as advertised!

Brandon from Dallas, TX on 2/20/2016

2012 Honda CRV

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Worked great to attach a new Alpine system in my Honda CRV! Paired this with a steering wheel adapter to retain controls and drive distraction free.

Pros: Easy to follow instructions

Cons: N/A

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Easy to wire, easy to install

AaronW from Niagra Falls, NY on 9/1/2015

2012 Honda CRV

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Very easy to follow wiring instructions (esp. when using the installation instructions that come with your headunit). Basically after wiring, your headunit is plug-and-play to your car. I installed in combination with the ASWC-1 steering wheel control adaptor. Work seamlessly together.

Pros: Easy to follow instructions for wiring, makes installation of your new head unit very easy.

Cons: Some wires are not used, so proper termination of these leads is important to prevent short circuits.

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Good wiring interface.

Ian from Carmel Indiana on 6/8/2015

2013 Honda Civic SI

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Wired up my 4000NEX to my 2013 civic si with no issues.

Pros: Easy to use

Cons: None

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Features

Vehicle Compatibility: The Axxess HDCC-01 radio replacement interface module is compatible with the following 2012-2014 Honda vehicles (without factory navigation).

Make Model Year
Honda Civic (all trims except LX) 2013
CRV 2012-2014

Retained Features: The Axxess HDCC-01 radio replacement interface module allows you to replace the factory radio in select 2012-up Honda vehicles with an aftermarket head unit and retain certain factory features; such as Aux input, amplifier, and steering wheel controls (optional SWC adapter required).

  • Amplified or Non-Amplified Systems: The Axxess HDCC-01 works with factory amplified and non-amplified systems. If equipped, it will retain the factory amplifier in your vehicle along with balance & fade control.
  • Factory Sub: The HDCC-01's wiring harness contains a male mono-RCA jack which plugs into your aftermarket head unit's subwoofer pre-out in order to retain your vehicle's factory sub.
  • Factory Aux Input: To retain the vehicle's factory Aux input, your aftermarket head unit must have a rear-panel Aux input (male minijack to female stereo RCA adapter may be required, sold separately).
  • Clock Display: The Axxess radio replacement interface module retains the ability to change your vehicle's factory clock, even after the factory radio is replaced with an aftermarket head unit.
  • Steering Wheel Control Compatible: The included wiring harness features a right-angle 3.5mm connector that lets you keep your vehicle's factory steering wheel controls via the Axxess steering wheel control interface adapter (120ASWC1, sold separately).

Navigation Outputs: The Axxess HDCC-01 radio replacement interface module provides Parking Brake, VSS (vehicle speed sense), and Reverse Gear outputs to make installing an aftermarket navigation radio simpler and less time consuming.

Note: There is no parking brake output for the Honda CRV.

Aftermarket Radio Connection: The Axxess HDCC-01 radio replacement interface module features the following hardwire connections to your aftermarket head unit.

Wire Color Function
Yellow +12 Volt Constant
Black Ground
Red +12 Volt Accessory
Blue/white Amp Turn-On
Orange/white Illumination Output
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 -
Light Green Parking Brake
Green/purple Reverse Output
Blue/pink VSS (vehicle speed sense)
Brown Not used
RCA Color Function
Red/White Aux
White Front Left Speakers
Gray Front Right Speakers
Green Rear Left Speakers
Purple Rear Right Speakers
White Sub

Tools Required: The following tools are required for installation of this interface.

  • Wire stripper
  • Crimping tool & connectors (or soldering gun and solder)
  • Electrical tape

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Customer Q&A

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
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recommended instead of spending a whole 160 for idatalink [ Gary  Jan 20, 2019 ]
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Chose this to easily integrate my new radio with the factory wiring in my vehicle. [ Brian  Nov 19, 2017 ]
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Oem interface [ ROBERT  Feb 11, 2017 ]
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It was part of the accessories package [ Luis  May 18, 2016 ]

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Would I be able to retain the iMid screen in my 2013 civic? My factory stereo has been acting up lately (head unit dims, I lose the iMid video periodically, and am trying to see what's available to still have the data display up top. Wouldn't be the end of the world to have to view it on a double-din display, but trying to see what's out there to leverage the OEM display atop my dashboard.
[ Stephen  Mar 09, 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  Mar 13, 2017 ]  Staff

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