Have your new steering wheel control interface installed neatly, reliably and professionally by a Geek Squad Autotech. Our Autotechs workmanship is warrantied for life. Additional materials fees apply; see below for more details.*
Preparing your car
We'll go through a preinstallation checklist so we can return your car in the same condition as when you dropped it off.
Factory-installed look and functionality
We'll connect your control interface to the proper circuits, complete any required programming and/or flashing, and mount and conceal the control module for a professional look.
To finish, we'll perform a postinstallation checklist, vacuum the work area, and give you a demonstration of the control interface's features.
How to redeem and schedule your installation:
After ordering, you'll get a redemption e-mail containing a key code that validates your order. Find your nearest installation center and call to schedule an appointment.
What to bring to your installation appointment:
Bring a printout of your redemption e-mail, the steering wheel control interface you want installed, and any other parts you may have purchased for the installation.
*A materials charge of $5 per vehicle will be assessed at time of installation. Standard installation does not include vehicle-specific parts or accessories. For steering wheel control installation, parts typically cost $10–$300, but will vary.
Your Geek Squad Autotech will provide an estimate prior to performing work that requires an additional charge (including nonstandard installation) and any additional parts. Any additional charges will be assessed after the installation is complete.
A:AnswerYou're going to need the electrical diagrams for your cars make/model. Highly recommend you find those (Google & Youtube can help) versus digging into your wiring harness. If all else fails, use the the Geek Squad automotive install service as they guarantee their work. Good luck.
A:AnswerYou might have to replace the entire steering wheel for an upgraded one. I suggest finding out the requirements for your wheel then check fb market for parts or your dealership, junkyard wherever you want. But idk if geek squad could help you with this