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 Cruize control mod for 9C1

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PostSubject: Cruize control mod for 9C1   Wed Nov 14, 2012 3:57 am

Has anyone installed cruize control in a 94-96 9C1, non equipped cc vehicle? I was directed to a certain member on the other forum that produces these harnesses for a whopping $350! really unreasonable price imo.


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PostSubject: Re: Cruize control mod for 9C1   Wed Nov 14, 2012 8:59 am

Yes but it's been a few years. From what I remember there are two different style connectors going to cruise switch, you need to get the right one. Wire to VSS, gnd, switched power, and brake switch (one spade connection should there).

You need to replace the turn signal, it just pulls out and the wires are already in the column. There is a small plastic clip that holds the wire near the stalk, get this if you can. I think the cover near the stalk just snaps in, maybe is slides back to open?

The holes for the control mudule are already in the fender just get the screws with the module.

There is no pin for the fuse on one side. If you are talking about the same kit I'm thinking of he includes the fuse pin. I just soldered a wire to the fuse.

I may have everything you need.
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PostSubject: Re: Cruize control mod for 9C1   Wed Nov 14, 2012 9:46 am

Ive never done it, but I do know that having no cruise control SUCKS!
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PostSubject: Re: Cruize control mod for 9C1   Wed Nov 14, 2012 9:54 am

I have the parts to do it on my 9C1 but never did it. It looks fairly easy, although after wiring in auto climate control anything looks easy Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Cruize control mod for 9C1   Tue Dec 04, 2012 4:11 pm

boojum wrote:
Yes but it's been a few years. From what I remember there are two different style connectors going to cruise switch, you need to get the right one. Wire to VSS, gnd, switched power, and brake switch (one spade connection should there).

You need to replace the turn signal, it just pulls out and the wires are already in the column. There is a small plastic clip that holds the wire near the stalk, get this if you can. I think the cover near the stalk just snaps in, maybe is slides back to open?

The holes for the control mudule are already in the fender just get the screws with the module.

There is no pin for the fuse on one side. If you are talking about the same kit I'm thinking of he includes the fuse pin. I just soldered a wire to the fuse.

I may have everything you need.

Jim, check ur PM.
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