About the CRUX SWRTY-61C Wiring Interface
Keep those factory options
You'll only be able to retain your steering wheel audio controls with a compatible car stereo made by Alpine, Blaupunkt, Clarion, JVC, Kenwood, Pioneer, or Sony. No other brands are currently compatible. Check the Details tab to see if steering wheel audio controls are retained in your vehicle.
Keep those factory options
Crux's SWRTY-61C interface ensures that you can keep the factory steering wheel controls in your Toyota when installing an aftermarket radio. With compatible receivers, you can also keep your Toyota's backup camera, USB port, and auxiliary input. 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.
The SWRTY-61C interface also offers the reverse, illumination, and Vehicle Speed Sensor (V.S.S.) outputs that you'll need if you're installing a navigation receiver.
- connect a new stereo in select 2018-up Toyota Camry models
- retain your steering wheel controls with select car stereos
- retains your Toyota's rear-view camera, USB port, and aux input with compatible receivers
- provides connections for Vehicle Speed Sensor (V.S.S.), reverse gear, and illumination for installing navigation receivers
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # SWRTY-61C
What's in the box:
- Radio replacement interface module
- Interface-to-vehicle harness
- Speaker harness
- USB adapter
- Antenna adapter
- SWC harness
- SWC adapter
- Installation Instructions
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More details on the CRUX SWRTY-61C Wiring Interface
Radio Replacement Interface for Toyota: The CRUX SWRTY-61C is a radio replacement interface for select 2016-up Toyota vehicles. It facilitates the integration of an aftermarket radio to enable retention of certain factory features such as the factory back-up camera, auxiliary audio input, USB port, and steering wheel controls.
Vehicle Compatibility: The CRUX SWRTY-61C is supported by the following 2016-up Toyota vehicles (as of 1/16/2019).
Steering Wheel Control Compatible: The CRUX SWRTY-61C features a steering wheel control output for compatible aftermarket head units. The steering wheel control output consists of a right-angle 3.5mm connector and a blue/yellow wire (use the connection that your aftermarket head unit is fitted with). There is also SWC adapter for aftermarket radios with a 3-wire steering wheel control input. The SWRTY-61C will work with any of the listed aftermarket head units that feature a steering wheel control input using the appropriate connector and setting the interface module's eight dip-switches (see owner's manual for appropriate setting).
- 3.5mm Connector: Alpine, Clarion, Pioneer, Sony, Jensen, Older JVC
- Blue/Yellow Wire: Kenwood, Newer JVC
- 3-Wire Adapter: Other aftermarket radios with SWC Key 1, SWC Key 2, and SWC Ground wires
Retains Backup Camera: The CRUX SWRTY-61C will retain your vehicle's factory back-up camera; the included harness contains a male composite video connector that plugs into the female composite video camera input on the back of your aftermarket head unit.
Retains USB Port: The included USB adapter allows you to retain the factory USB port. This port is handy for connecting your USB devices and keeping your smartphone charged. This USB port does not support Android Auto or Apple CarPlay.
Auxiliary Input Retention: You also get to keep your vehicle's factory 3.5mm Aux input. The included harness contains male stereo RCA connectors which plug into your aftermarket head unit's rear-panel Aux input. If your aftermarket head unit contains a 3.5mm Aux input, then you will need a female stereo RCA to male stereo minijack adapter cable (sold separately).
Navigation Outputs: The CRUX SWRTY-61C radio replacement interface module provides a VSS (vehicle speed sense), Parking Brake, and a Reverse Gear output to make installing an aftermarket navigation radio simpler and less time consuming.
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