This automotive installation tutorial shows you how to install cruise control in a Toyota pickup. For many vehicles cruise control is something that's just there, but if you don't have it in your pickup and want to install cruise control check out this tutorial.
Tools you'll probably need:
- Phillips screwdriver
- 7 mm socket
- 10 mm socket
- 10 mm wrench
- 11 mm wrench
Stuff that needs to go to the passenger area:
- Servo cable
Servo Switch Settings:
1 - On (8k PPM)
2 - On (8k PPM)
3 - Off (Tach Only)
4 - Off (High Sensitivity: Low Power Vehicles)
5 - On (High Sensitivity / Low Power Vehicles)
6 - Off (The supplied switch is Normally Open)
7 - On (Coil)
If your truck is manual transmission: pull the jumper out that is below the LED and left of the DIP switches!
I know I said (in the video) that the black wire (the one that contains in it a black and a gray wire, NOT the the short black ground wire) needs to go to the passenger area. The gray wire (in the big black double-wire) is for the VSS. Don't use the VSS. Just wire-tie (these are included) these out of the way. You could clip them off somewhere, but I wouldn't recommend it as I may be wrong and you might need them. Try it without using them first.
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