The steering wheel controls will work with some decks. Depending on the brand and model, you have to purchase an adapter that will allow your controls to work. However!!!, if you remove your factory deck, you will loose many options. eg. low tire pressure, change oil, etc. One way of installing an after market deck is to move your factory deck into the trunk and install a new head unit.
Very few aftermarket ones will, Sony used to make a model that would in the 1990's but it may not be available anymore. Only factory stereos from cars with steering wheel controls have the plug on the back to accept the wiring from the steering wheel controls.
I recently replaced the factory radio in my 1999 EB Explorer and, while the new radio had a CD player in it, I lost the use of the 6 CD changer in the armrest. Also, if you have steering wheel controls or rear seat controls, you may need to also install an add on, assuming the radio has an infrared remote control, to enable these controls. I also did this and it works reasonably well.I used Crutchfield and they are very helpful in answering questions you may have - you should try that email@example.com
Almost definately. I had the radio cassette in my wifes 02 Clio replaced by a Renault CD player and it worked with the steering wheel controls. Not sure about the procedure (we had it done at the dealership we bought the car from as an add in when we bought it) so don't know what if anything else they had to do.
no, a factory CD player can be used in a vehicle that has subwoofers attached. as long as the factory CD player in the vehicle has treble, bass, and subwoofer controls on it, it will be fine. if not, an aftermarket CD player will be the solution. with subwoofers, you need to control the amount of power that are ran through them. the amplifier is a control, but if not set correctly on the CD player, you could blow your subwoofers.
Since your playing on the computer it is probably a ROM. In roms they usually have default controls. Try looking up the rom player's controls on the internet. Or if you can change them to your liking.
yes. there are aftermarket brands that offer remote capability but it has limitations. if you really like the remote controls you might want to look into an original equipment upgrade to gain a CD player or multi CD changer that was made for your car and retain the steering wheel controls, you can usually pick one up at a junk jard.
When you get to the character screen, there should be a picture of a game controller somewhere in the upper right corner. Click on it, and you can view or change the controls for each player.
The defaults are z and x, but in the menu>player set-up>player 1> input config you can change it to anything you want, including making it multiple keys.