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Old 09-13-2014, 07:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm looking for any help in determining what I need to do to install the OEM cruise control on my 2005 Forenza. I'm not looking for an aftermarket addon to have the cruise option. I've been looking thru the forums and I see a lot of people have added the aftermarket option, and while it may work for them I'm looking to stay with the OEM parts. Currently I can pull the parts from a vehicle at a local salvage yard and have already pulled the steering wheel switch.

After looking on the service manuals that are stickyed I can't seem to find where I should be looking for the wiring diagram. I've already checked my vehicle and it appears that even though I have the radio controls on the wheel I do not have the wiring for the OEM switch that I have already pulled.

Any help from some that went with a OEM cruise control that could point me in the right direction would be much appreciated.
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My car came with OEM cruise... so I've never tried to add it afterwards. But I do know there is another box under the dash that will modulate your throttle by pulling on the factory throttle cable that connects to the peddle.
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I've noticed that the mounts on the stearing wheel are not there so there must be something there that is missing besides the wiring not being in the stearing wheel for the cruise control. I'm thinking I will be making another trip to the junk yard to pull all the attached parts off.

Where is that other box under the dash that you are talking about? I would be nice to know as the repair manuals that are linked on the front page of the forums does not show anything about the cruise control system.
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hi. i think youll need the buttons off the steering wheel, clock spring and harness for the cruise controll wich is under the dash by the end of the steering wheel. the harness will be pluged into it and anything else that looks like it might be part of the system. maybe something connected to the gas peddal?
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