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Apr 14, 6:49am - #154207 
Cruise Control

Hi all,

My celi' is without cruise control, and I would like to have one...

My problem is that the only ones I know of is VDO, Rostra and Cruise...

And the control thingy on all of them looks like puke

I asked my local TOYOTA pusher/dealer and they are only able to install the Rostra cruise control... aparently it's not possible to get an original toyota cruise control installed in my 00 Celica VVT-i in Denmark...

Does any of you know where I can find cruise controls?

Thanks...


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Apr 15, 11:28pm - #154208 
Can this be true?

Doesn't someone somewhere know something about after market cruise controls? eek


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Apr 16, 12:53am - #154209 
I've never heard of any aftermarket cruise controls. Sorry.

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Apr 16, 2:43am - #154210 
me neither, sorry bro... I'm sure someone has insight into your problem

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Apr 16, 4:48am - #154211 
Well I guess it's not supposed to be... Me getting a cruise control, that is... cry cry cry cry cry cry


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Apr 16, 10:32am - #154212 
never heard of it


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Apr 16, 11:08am - #154213 
that sux dude!! cruise control is the only way I can keep myself from speeding (offensively speeding) most of the time.

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Apr 16, 5:54pm - #154214 
I dont know anything about it but here I stumbled upon this on the http://www.jcwhitney.com site ...

AUDIOVOX ELECTRONIC CRUISE CONTROL FOR CARS AND LIGHT TRUCKS
.." will not fit a Honda" lol...

So it seems like it will run you about $150 ...Good luck let us know if you go for it or succeed in your Cruise Control project thumbsup

just put this in the search function
"AUDIOVOX ELECTRONIC CRUISE CONTROL FOR CARS AND LIGHT TRUCKS "

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Apr 19, 12:49am - #154215 
Thanks for looking into the problem... as far as I can see nobody makes a nice looking control interface for an aftermarket cruise control... that's just to bad...

It might just be me... but I will not install something ugly in my car...


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Apr 19, 5:45am - #154216 
i was fhinking the same fhing but if they cant set the orginal on i wil not have it spineyes

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Apr 19, 8:24pm - #154217 
Not only do they not make any good looking aftermarket cruise control units (such as a new steering wheel with integrated controls), They are very expensive to have installed. Unless you have the knowledge and time to do it yourself. I hate to say it, but it may be more than it's worth to get the job done

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Apr 20, 1:09am - #154218 
Originally Posted by Know666
Not only do they not make any good looking aftermarket cruise control units (such as a new steering wheel with integrated controls), They are very expensive to have installed. Unless you have the knowledge and time to do it yourself. I hate to say it, but it may be more than it's worth to get the job done


I totally agree... however I have installed cruise controls before, and it's easy... (when you know where the tacho and speed signals are)

As far as I understand from my TOYOTA pusher, if my car was a '04 model I could have only bought the control thingy and everything else would have been in the car... now that sux...


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