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How to install and operate cruise control
#31
Can anyone confirm that for the speed limit function you'll need the throttle control changing?

If this is the case, how easy/expensive is this to replace? Or is this all fitted as standard so you do the stalk, then activate it, and it's plug and play?
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#32
If your car doesn't already have the speed limiter fitted, you will have the wrong throttle pedal fitted and would need to change it

Here are the part numbers for the various pedals available

[Image: throttlepedal.jpg]

It looks like the cost for the pedal on http://www.citroencarparts.net is:-
1601 S4 (up to RPO 11682) = £103.92
1601 EE (from RPO 11683 onwards) = £90.00

As the throttle pedal is electrically operated, it appears to be held to the car with three nuts and the electrical connector just needs to be changed over

[Image: throttlediagram.jpg]
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#33
That's great. Any easy way to tell if you've the right pedal unit, other than fit cruise and see if the speed limit works?
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#34
If you PM me your chassis number, I can check to see what would have been on your car when it was built

Mine didn't have the cruise/limiter fitted when it was built, so when I check my chassis number it shows me the non-limiter pedal
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#35
When I get back to the UK in a few weeks and buy one, i'll let you know. Been keeping detailed watch of auto trader every 3-4 days and keeping a top 3 to view for the past month, ready to buy.
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#36
my 63 Plate Citroen Berlingo (90 enterprise) had Cruise Control retro fitted last year, £67 for the stalk from main dealer, and £100+ish to have a software guy come out with the correct LEXIA system to play around with it, was quoted £230 from main dealer all in... (Peugeot dealer), I may change the pedal at some point too.

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63 plate Berlingo working hard.....
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#37
(06-04-2014, 04:15 PM)fishynuts Wrote:  
(28-03-2014, 07:20 PM)ntm1275 Wrote:  
(28-03-2014, 06:59 PM)fishynuts Wrote:  £67.15 local dealer


Thanks for the reply

In the end I got one off ebay for a Peugot 207 for £15 and it works great
can I have the item number please

I second that can I have the part number as well please

Many thanks mouse
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#38
(25-10-2014, 03:53 PM)ntm1275 Wrote:  If you PM me your chassis number, I can check to see what would have been on your car when it was built

Mine didn't have the cruise/limiter fitted when it was built, so when I check my chassis number it shows me the non-limiter pedal

Hello there

If I pm you my chassis number, can you tell if I have the correct pedel, I highly doubt it, or which one I require for the speed limiter.

Also would it tell to if I have the correct clutch and brake switches fitted?

Kind regards mouse
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#39
I've just retro fitted CC to my 2013 Partner. I used Diagbox ver 7.11 as that's the oldest version that will properly support the EDC17C10_BR2 Engine ECU as used on B9 Partners & Berlingos and it's also the newest version that I got to work on my old Lexia rev B hardware interface. It may be possible to get later versions of Diagbox to work on old interface hardware, but going back version numbers does not look too easy.
The problem with the older versions of Diagbox is that you need to configure the BSI & Engine ECU's separately as opposed to the Ver 7.36 instructions at the beginning of this thread.
I used the following post on the Peugeot forum as a guide...
https://www.peugeotforums.com/forums/100...ost18.html
The menus between steps 6-9 are not quite the same, but the differences are easy enough to understand. If anyone gets a later version of Diagbox to work on Rev B hardware without doing the firmware upgrade it would be good to know. Also, read this post to prevent Diagbox updating your hardware interface.
https://frenchcarforum.co.uk/forum/viewt...10&t=54396
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