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  1. Hello Daniel, About the ECU wiring, I remember using a russian forum, but definitely can't remember which. Are you sure you have all the correct resistance's set?
  2. You got it right. The red/yellow wire, was already under the steering wheel. I added the ground wire, from the other CC switch pin and the +12v wire to the red/white wire in the ECU.
  3. You have to supply that red wire with positive +12v :) Just make sure, this is the right wire, because a wrong +12 might kill your ECU.
  4. Did you have a plug for the clutch switch? If not, what did you connected it to?
  5. Here is the ECU pin to connect to: And again, please read the first page. I've written everything there.
  6. Mine doesn't have the wire too. It should be going trough the speedo and from there to the pedal, but mine dont. So i connected a wire directly to the ecu. There is a picture on the first page.
  7. Sorry i wasnt clear enought. I dont have a clutch switch, so i have to provide a switched positive to the red-white cable for the ecu. I used a 12 volt positive from the fuse box. The idea is that you fool the ecu that the clutch is not pressed. When pressed you loose the positive to the ecu and the cc is stoped. The thing is with a constant positive to the ecu when you press the clutch and the cc is on it will increase the rpm, but the cc will still be on. If you can, instal a switch to clutch, but i didn't have at the time of installation ant to be honest i dont see any trouble this way. For the cc switch you have two wires. One is ground and the other is red-yellow going to the steering wheel. I have a plug so its easier to disconnect if necessary:
  8. Hey guys sorry for the long delay. We have health issues in the family so i dont have much time. Here is my Ecu: The wire goes to the second plug. Here is the wire i had to connect to: Its a red white wire. The other wire for the CC is ground. I used a bolt under the steering column.
  9. Oh guys, i'm sorry. I had some problems last month and totally forgot about the ecu. I'll take a photo in a few hours. Jus be sure, to check your ECU model, so you don't burn it.
  10. Hi oldcodger, I had to pull a new cable from the ECU to the steering coloumn. I dont remeber the exact pin, but i can check it later this week. The ground cable is connected anywhere you find it comfortable, i connected it to the steering colomn. I did not use a original CC stalk, i used an old peugeot 206 music stalk and connected the resistors to it. It has exactly 4 options, so works ok for me.
  11. Hello again. It appeared that my corolla has the wiring for the criuse control, but doesn't have the correct steering wheel, and i cant install the standard cruise control switch. Also my car doesn't have the necessary clutch switch. In brief i made a simple switch with 4 buttons for the cruise control, and used a simple 12 volt supply to a pin of the ecu, to emulate the clutch switch. I'll make a photo tutorial in a few days. The cruise control work perfect now, and all i paid for parts was 2 quid. I'll try to use a different switch to make the system look more oem.
  12. Ok, after long time i had to get back to this and i made it. I managed to install cruise control on the rolla. I used the standart cc options of the car. I'll make a photo tutorial soon. Is anyone interested?
  13. This interesting. The thing is that i never noticed any correction to the car stability even when drifting.
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