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Retro Fit Cruise Control

I'm looking at retro fitting cruise control to my 2013 Berlingo enterprise. I've ordered a PP2000 and the latest Lexia software. Am I right in thinking I just need a stalk from a Picasso or equivalent and then just activate it?

Thanks in advance!
Hi, have a search on the forum. This topic has been covered several times and in great detail. There might even be a how-to. I recall one post with pictures. There needs to be a sensor on the clutch pedal. Mine came with one but with the economizing PSA is doing that may no longer be the case.
2010 Berlingo Multispace HDi 110 with FAP.  Persamos green.

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Thanks for that. Just had a search and found some good information.

Is there a way of finding out
if I have a clutch switch? Can I simply take a look?
Simply take a look under the dash. There's a bit on the pedal arm with a piece of wire if memory serves. Can't go out and look myself as I just had a knee replaced and am a bit immobile here in the hospital.
2010 Berlingo Multispace HDi 110 with FAP.  Persamos green.

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I can see a blue sleeved cable?
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I've already done this on my 2010 XTR as it came with the clutch sensor

I got my stalk off ebay from a Peugeot 206 for £15

You can buy one with only the Cruise Control and it looks like this
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Or you can get a combined Cruise Control and Speed Limiter stalk that looks like this
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The Speed Limiter functionality obviously won't work, but the Cruise Control will
If you wanted the Speed Limiter to work also, you would need to change the Accelerator Pedal
Part Numbers
1601 S4 (up to RPO 11682) = approx £103.92
1601 EE (from RPO 11683 onwards) = approx £90.00 

Here is the official Citroen documentation for Cruise Control

Here is my Lexia/Diagbox documentation to activate the Cruise Control

After fitting and activating, you will need to be in 4th or 5th gear for it to work
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That is brilliant! Thanks man.

Is the blue wire the clutch switch?
This picture is from another thread on here about Cruise Control and it looks like it's 2 black wires sleeved by a larger blue one - so it does appear to look like your picture

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Nice one!

Just need download virtual XP for my laptop now so I can run the software!

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