Universal Cruise Control System

This product is a universal cruise control system which is designed to be installed to vehicles with a mechanical cable throttle connection or via the throttle pedal

Effortlessly maintain a constant speed by continuously monitoring engine load and vehicle speed, keeping you at your chosen speed. No need to worry about accidental speeding. You can adjust your speed without touching the pedals.



Universal Cruise Control Kit:

  • Electronic actuator
  • Mechanically controlled
  • Dash mounted 3 button Command module

Cruise control is a very useful product for driver comfort  and safety of the vehicle and passengers, in our view, everyone should have one. So the next question is “how do you go about purchasing and installing one?”

Conrad Anderson offer installation by our approved 3rd party installer. Generally cruise controls take around 4-6 hours to install depending on the vehicle make, model and year. Some vehicles can take longer depending on the physical & electronic accessibility.

This universal cruise control solution can be used on older vehicles which we don’t list universal solutions for. This is an Electro Mechanical Cruise control system – operates a cable, which pulls the pedal or the throttle quadrant on the engine.

In the box
Cruise control computer
Computer wiring loom – for power and vehicle speed pulse, brake switch & clutch switch.
Actuator with fitting kit
Command module – 3 button dash mounted button pad

Cruise control safety features:

  • Cruise control must detect resistance across the brake circuit before operation can commence – if the brake lights or brake switch is faulty the cruise will not work.
  • Deactivation when brake is applied.
  • Deactivation when clutch is applied.

General installation process

This Cruise control solution is mechanical and requires the fabrication of a bracket connected to the throttle pedal or engine throttle quadrant. All equipment is supplied but the bracketry will need to be adjusted for the vehicle requirements. We recommend that this installation is only undertaken by an experienced mechanic.

The access required is under the dashboard & steering column and the engine compartment – remove the knee-trim, steering column cowling and open the bonnet.

Under the bonnet:

Mount the actuator unit – take care that it is away from any moving or parts of the engine which are likely to get hot.
Run the actuator cables (mechanical and electrical) through the bulkhead to the dashboard compartment.

Under the dash:

Assess the throttle pedal for bracketry configuration ensuring enough travel for the full throttle range and a separate mounting point for the cable bracket – making sure that the cable pulls the throttle pedal straight.
Adjust/fabricate the required bracketry.
Fix the cable into position. 
Use soldered joints for the +ve, earth, brake switch, clutch switch and speed signal connections.

Install the command module to the Dashboard. Run the cabling and connect into the main computer loom.

Once the unit is installed set the dip switches according to the instruction manual depending on the installation – the device is universal and can be configured for almost any vehicle.

Command module functions

  • Set Speed
  • Coast/Reduce Speed
  • Resume/Accelerate
  • Tap-Up, 1 MPH per tap
  • Tap-Down, 1 MPH per tap
  • Controlled Resume Rate
  • Closer, More Accurate Control of Set Speed

Command module installation

If you have any difficulties with your cruise control installation please contact the technical support team – call the office number listed at the top of the page

Will aftermarket cruise control affect my vehicle warranty?

No. Conrad Anderson supply and install cruise controls for most of the main dealerships in the UK, covering the vast majority of the vehicle manufacturers. We recommend that the installation is completed by an auto electrician just to put the installation beyond question. Any issue which is believed to be linked to the cruise control installation can be proved one way or the other by removing the fuse from the main cruise computer wiring loom and removing the T-Harness from the pedal.

Tools required for installation

Soldering iron & Solder
Side cutters
Wire strippers
Specialist torx and other bits usually required to remove vehicle trim.
General screwdrivers and spanners
Work lamp
The best installations use welded bracketry, but the equipment is supplied bolt together.

  • Remove & Refit vehicle trim
  • Design and fabricate/adjust bracketry
  • Soldering electrical joints
  • Basic 12v electrics – Using voltage meters to locate 12v switching wires
  • Routing cables away from moving parts
  • Additional information

    Weight 3 kg

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