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[Engine] Cruise control possible or not, how to check?
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So I'm considering adding cruise control to my '06 M59 1.6HDI (9HV DV6BTED4)

I talked to the local dealership and it would cost me €9x for the stalk and €25 for coding, very reasonable if you ask me. The only thing was, even they couldn't guarantee me beforehand that it will work in my car, something to do with the BSI?

Is there any way for me to check if it will work? I thought I've read something about plugs in the wiring loom (not) being there as an indicator?

Thanks in advance.
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http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/search.ph...order=desc
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(21-10-2016, 08:58 PM)flashBE Wrote:  So I'm considering adding cruise control to my '06 M59 1.6HDI (9HV DV6BTED4)

I talked to the local dealership and it would cost me €9x for the stalk and €25 for coding, very reasonable if you ask me. The only thing was, even they couldn't guarantee me beforehand that it will work in my car, something to do with the BSI?

Is there any way for me to check if it will work? I thought I've read something about plugs in the wiring loom (not) being there as an indicator?

Thanks in advance.

No way to know if it will work. You have to set it up in Lexia and take your car on the road.

I would make this type of deal. If they succeed to make it work pay them 150 , if not then no money exchange.

P.S. You have little and none chance it will work on your car. If you somehow make it work then please give me your ECU
software and firmware numbers. I would like to make it work on my car after 2 years of trying. 

Best regards,
brajomobil
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#4
I did quite a bit of further reading on this in preparation for adding CC to my '04 2.0HDi. It does seem that it's been disabled on some models, the local dealer I spoke to yesterday said that it may or may not work, but they would be happy to take my money and see :-). From the Berlingo model number given by the OP, the CC stalk does appear in the parts list on the Citroen DocBackup manuals, but again that's no assurance it'll work as it's the same parts list for mine. A quick first check may be to see if there's a switch mounted on the clutch pedal. If so, for the money your dealer is asking it may be worth the risk? However, as brajomobil has noted, it's unlikely to work on yours, some more reading on this - see post 2:

http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/thread-4307.html
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#5
It works on all the 2.0Hdi models of the M59 if the right brake and clutch switches are fitted.

It won't work on the 1.6HDi M59 at all. Never. Nada. Don't waste your time or money.

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A bit late, but thanks guys. Won't be wasting my money then.
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