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I got the oem paddles from powerful uk and then changed the plug on them & then they just plugin on the back of the wheel I then programmed the paddles to enable them useing a "autoloigc " unit this is only for 2010-2012 models
 

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Post up some pics!
 

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Do these rotate with the steering wheel or are they stationary? It would be nice if they were.
 

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They are mounted to the steering wheel you replace the back of the upper spokes. on you tube there is a how to video
 

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That is pretty neat.

Forgive me, but are these OEM parts? Do you have a parts list? What was the total cost?
Is there a full DIY somewhere?
 

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The paddles are oem I got them from the uk as I said. LR part#s lr023033 & lr023034 how ever I got them from powerful uk .com as a set there is also a oem patch cable how ever I was not able to find the cable or the part # it was easy to just change the connector and just plug them in there is info on you tube and on other rover forms if you need help with the connector I will be happy to help
 

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Thanks for your reply.
I've looked up the parts recommeneded and watched some of the youtube videos.
Other than the install of the paddles themselves, how is the wiring done? The videos seem to require splicing onto wires on shifter assembly.
 

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The wiring for a 2010-2011 is changing the plug on the shifter paddles that's all. The change is they come with a male plug on them now you have to change them to female plug I used a pre wired computer plug the fits into the blue plug cut & splice wire for wire the order is from the dog leg red gry blu blk looking at the plug on the back of the steering wheel. Plug them in then go to a independant service shop with a autoloigc programmer and enable paddle shifters. There is a way to use them on a 2006-2009 that is much more complicated
 

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The paddles are oem I got them from the uk as I said. LR part#s lr023033 & lr023034 how ever I got them from powerful uk .com as a set there is also a oem patch cable how ever I was not able to find the cable or the part # it was easy to just change the connector and just plug them in there is info on you tube and on other rover forms if you need help with the connector I will be happy to help
Can you help us out with some links to the actual pages for the parts and the vids or discussions? I'm not having any luck finding the information. Thanks.
 

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Here is the parts. http://www.powerfuluk.com/products/range-rover-l322-vogue-2010-interior-accessories/pdl322-range-rover-l322-steering-wheel-paddle-shift-upgrade-kit.html they also have a video on there web site for paddle install. the power cable that i used to replace the blue connector is a computer hard drive power cable converter for 3.5" & 5.25" drives. Any independent service shop with a autologic unit can program them. If I had the parts it would take 1.5 hrs to change the connector and install the paddles on the wheel then just take and go to indi and get them programmed & then go have fun.
 

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Here is the parts. http://www.powerfuluk.com/products/range-rover-l322-vogue-2010-interior-accessories/pdl322-range-rover-l322-steering-wheel-paddle-shift-upgrade-kit.html they also have a video on there web site for paddle install. the power cable that i used to replace the blue connector is a computer hard drive power cable converter for 3.5" & 5.25" drives. Any independent service shop with a autologic unit can program them. If I had the parts it would take 1.5 hrs to change the connector and install the paddles on the wheel then just take and go to indi and get them programmed & then go have fun.

can you please show what the adapter looks like?

something like this:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/BELKIN-6IN-DISK-DRIVE-POWER-CONVERTER-5-25IN-3-5IN-/330684246425#vi-content
 

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Yes the adpter that you are showing from blelkin is what I used I cut off the large end & used the small end left the wires on the small end and soldered the wires to the wires from the paddles after I cut off the blue connector you will have to trim the white conector it trims easy with a razor cutter. Keep in mind what I am going over is for 2010-2012 full size only. This is not for the sport The link that was just put up is if you have a 2003-2009 it is do able but much more complicated it requires a 2 Chanel remote & a lot more work
 

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Thanks for the info! I've got my paddles today. They ship very quickly!

I'm about to attempt the project but when you cut the blue connector off and soldered it the adaptor wires - which color wires go where? Do they match up in color?

Yes the adpter that you are showing from blelkin is what I used I cut off the large end & used the small end left the wires on the small end and soldered the wires to the wires from the paddles after I cut off the blue connector you will have to trim the white conector it trims easy with a razor cutter. Keep in mind what I am going over is for 2010-2012 full size only. This is not for the sport The link that was just put up is if you have a 2003-2009 it is do able but much more complicated it requires a 2 Chanel remote & a lot more work
 
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