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iDatalink Maestro RR/Kenwood wiring harness

Does anyone know where to get the specific wiring harness that allows for the install of an iDatalink Maestro RR interface (with Kenwood stereo) that is compatible with my 2012

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Old 03-04-2015, 09:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know where to get the specific wiring harness that allows for the install of an iDatalink Maestro RR interface (with Kenwood stereo) that is compatible with my 2012 Z?

I've found ones for GM, Chrysler and Ford but can't find the harness for Nissan. Any info would be appreciated, thanks.
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Did you ever find one?
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I don't believe they do make one
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I'm wondering this as well. BUMP
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They don't the maestro is built to control a LOT more than simple steering wheel controls so they make harnesses for cars with more control like the Sync system or onstar
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They do not make one, but you don't need one to make it wok, It is only one wire that you run into your OBD2, the rest is simple that same as wiring up your stereo, and also if you have a radio that supports Maestro get the RR hands down it is awesome!
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What was the configuration you set up for your steering wheel controls? If I don't set up a function for the 'hold' on a button (such as volume up), will the button repeat the function input and continue to increase the volume as long as the button is held?



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They do not make one, but you don't need one to make it wok, It is only one wire that you run into your OBD2, the rest is simple that same as wiring up your stereo, and also if you have a radio that supports Maestro get the RR hands down it is awesome!
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Not sure how many more steering wheel buttons you have over mine (base sport) I set them up the same as oem. You can do it whatever way you want or if need. E leave blank if unused, the only special hold down I set up was hold down and that kills the volume
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Hello! Ok, so I am at a lost on connecting the 3 wires for the maestro rr, however, do I need to splice in the obd wires of the connector located beneath the wheel, is there another location That is best to do it from?
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Sorry, newbie to this.
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Yes it's under the wheel/dash
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I have the wiring guide for all Nissan.
But for 370Z, Maestro RR only added performance gages.
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Default Maestro RR

I have read everywhere that the Maestro RR adds performance gauges but haven't found out which ones. What did you get with your Kenwood head unit?
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