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Cruise Control
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Right ive got everything in place the cc stalk, clutch and brake switches. ive taken my van to a small local citroen specialist and they've had it a day with this Lexia but still can not program it, they think the bsi is not compatable, anyone else had this problem. im not giving up till my van has cc
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#2
anyone
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#3
What does Lighty think? He'd probably be 70 miles each way, though.
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#4
I have a 2.0 HDi Multispace of 2005 and found the clutch switch already fitted. The Siemens BSI was programmed by a Bolton auto electrician without any problems. I guess the fact that the clutch switch was already fitted suggests that CC was an option on my car. Perhaps the firmware on my BSI was programmed differently from yours (at the factory). From memory the BSI had to be amended in at least 4, possibly 6, areas. I now have my own Lexia kit and will run the software to check what needs to be altered if nobody else comes up with the answer.
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#5
I seem to remember reading there are 3 different spec BSI's low spec standard spec and high spec There are 2 letters which denote which spec it is
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#6
Not done one of these for ages, but you need to switch the CC on in the engine ECU as well as the BSI
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#7
(07-08-2013, 09:39 PM)Lighty Wrote:  Not done one of these for ages, but you need to switch the CC on in the engine ECU as well as the BSI

Yes, this is correct of course, and I seem to remember it's called something other than cruise control in the engine ECU. Took me ages to find it to turn it off when I was troubleshooting earthing issues with the comms 2000.
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#8
the clutch and dual brake switch were already fitted all ive done is fit cc stalk and lexia. gonna have a look on ebay for different bsi's

(01-08-2013, 05:20 AM)mikeB Wrote:  I have a 2.0 HDi Multispace of 2005 and found the clutch switch already fitted. The Siemens BSI was programmed by a Bolton auto electrician without any problems. I guess the fact that the clutch switch was already fitted suggests that CC was an option on my car. Perhaps the firmware on my BSI was programmed differently from yours (at the factory). From memory the BSI had to be amended in at least 4, possibly 6, areas. I now have my own Lexia kit and will run the software to check what needs to be altered if nobody else comes up with the answer.

So what is the part number of your bsi then, if its any different
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#9
I add cruise control in friend 206 with mux.

What we did:
-connect clutch with BSI
-add throttle pedal with 4 pins
-upgrade BSI soft with PP2000 ( it also unlocked few new functions )
Partner Tepee 1.6HDI 92@115bhp / 17"aloys / -35mm H&R kit / MyWay upgrade
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