Chevrolet Cruze 2015> Aftermarket Cruise Control Kit

Vehicle Specific Cruise Control for Chevrolet Cruze 2015>

Cruise Control: Elevate your driving experience with our advanced cruise control system.

• Maintain a steady speed effortlessly
• Set custom speed limits for safety
• Prevent exceeding preset speed limits
• Vehicle Specific for Easy Installation
• Pre-programmed for compatibility
• Upgrade to CM5 command modules
• No impact on vehicle warranties

Contact us today for a safer and more comfortable ride!

Installation – what to expect:

  • Average installation time – 3+ hours
  • Physical accessibility –  Relatively easy
  • Wiring accessibility –   Access to connections a little challenging
  • Setup –  No setup necessary, just a short road test to check functionality.

£398.73

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Description

Cruise control is a versatile product that offers comfort and safety to both drivers and passengers. It not only allows the driver to maintain a constant speed at the touch of a button, but also provides a driver-set speed limiter that can be adjusted according to road conditions. Moreover, it comes with a top-end speed limiter that prevents the vehicle from being driven above a certain speed limit, which is set during installation. We believe that everyone can benefit from having a cruise control installed in their vehicle.

If you are interested in purchasing and installing a cruise control, Conrad Anderson provides installation services through our approved 3rd party installers. The installation process typically takes around 2-3 hours, although some vehicles may require more time depending on their make, model, and year, as well as their physical and electronic accessibility.

With a cruise control installed in your vehicle, you can enjoy a more comfortable and safe driving experience. Contact us today to learn more about our cruise control products and installation services.

What’s included in the box:

  • Cruise control computer: preprogrammed for your vehicle
  • Computer wiring loom: for power and vehicle speed pulse, brake switch, clutch switch or CANBUS connection.
  • T-Harness: plug-in connection to the throttle pedal
  • Command module: GC3 standard stalk, with the option at purchase to have GC4 or GC5

Cruise control is a useful feature that enhances driver comfort and safety, but it also comes with certain safety features to ensure that it operates safely and reliably. Here are some of the safety features that are commonly found in cruise control systems:

  • Brake circuit detection: Before cruise control can engage, it must detect resistance across the brake circuit to ensure that the brakes are functioning properly. If there is a fault in the brake lights or brake switch, the cruise control will not work.
  • Speed deviation limit: If the vehicle’s speed increases or decreases by more than 15% of the set speed during cruise control operation, the system will automatically deactivate. For example, if the vehicle is driving up a steep hill and cannot maintain the set speed in the current gear, the cruise control will deactivate.
  • Throttle pedal connection: The connection between the throttle pedal and the cruise control only affects the vehicle’s operation when the cruise control is turned on. When the cruise control is turned off, the pedal signals are unchanged, allowing the throttle pedal to operate normally.
  • Brake and clutch deactivation: The cruise control will automatically deactivate if the driver applies the brake or clutch pedal, ensuring that the driver retains full control over the vehicle.

These safety features help to ensure that cruise control operates reliably and safely, providing drivers with a more comfortable and stress-free driving experience.

General installation process – for Chevrolet Cruze 2015>

Installing a cruise control system typically requires accessing the area under the dashboard and steering column. Here are the general steps involved in the installation process:

  1. Remove the knee-trim and steering column cowling to access the area where the cruise control components will be installed.
  2. Use soldered joints for the +ve and CANBUS connections, which can be found in the OBD or Data link connector.
  3. Unplug the throttle pedal connector and place the T-harness inline. Connect the other end of the harness to the cruise computer.
  4. Install the command module to the steering column cowling, ensuring that you mark the best position before removing the trim. Run the cabling and connect it into the main computer loom.
  5. Once the components are installed, perform a simple setup procedure that typically takes 10-20 minutes. This procedure does not require any extra equipment, and the necessary information to communicate with the vehicle is pre-installed by Conrad Anderson.
  6. Take the vehicle on a short drive and test the cruise control to ensure that it is working correctly. Some modified body or high payload vehicles may require some adjustment to make sure the speed is kept constant and the acceleration rate is suitable.

By following these steps, you can have a cruise control system installed in your vehicle, enhancing your driving experience with increased comfort and safety.

Command module functions

The GC3 is the basic stalk that is included in the cruise control product price. It provides all the basic functions required for cruise control operation, including setting the current speed, increasing or decreasing the speed, coasting to deactivate the cruise (which can also be done by applying the brake or clutch pedal), and resuming the cruise at the previous speed.

Alternatively, there are other command modules available that include the same basic functions as the GC3 but with additional preset speed memory buttons. These buttons allow you to save specific speeds and quickly recall them later, without having to manually adjust the cruise control every time you want to travel at a different speed.

For example, the GC4 command module includes two preset memory buttons, while the GC5 has three preset memory buttons in a new design. These preset speeds can be changed at any time, but they are non-volatile, meaning they will remain set even after the ignition is turned off.

By providing these additional preset speed memory buttons, the GC4 and GC5 command modules make it easier to use cruise control, allowing you to quickly adjust your speed to match different road conditions or driving situations.

When installing the command module for the cruise control, the stalk command modules are bolted to the steering column cowling. The wiring for the command module runs through the centre of the hollow mounting bolt and connects to the main computer wiring loom. The wires are supplied non-terminated, which means that they need to be run through the drilled cowling before being connected to the pre-pinned cables.

During installation, it’s important to take care to mount the module in a location that provides enough space behind the cowling for the securing nut and flanged washer. The final position of the stalk is adjustable using the integral ball joint, so it can be adjusted to the optimal position for the driver’s comfort and convenience.

Overall, the installation process for the command module requires careful attention to detail and precision, but it is relatively straightforward for an experienced installer. Once the module is installed and connected to the main computer wiring loom, it can be calibrated and tested to ensure that it is working correctly and providing the desired functionality for the driver.

Troubleshooting:

If the cruise control does not activate, there are several steps that can be taken to diagnose and troubleshoot the issue. The first step is to check the power supply and main fuse for the command module. If the module indicator light does not change from green to red, it may be

Additional information

Weight 0.7 kg
Dimensions 23.5 × 16 × 7 cm

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