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Cruise control parts??

Post by Ghost-rider » Wed Jan 15, 2020 10:24 am

Hiya all, looking at fitting cruise control, stripped the steering colum covers off, and the part no. I found was: 5K0 953 549 D, now looking at the rosstech charts i found on the cruise control thread, it says this is a highline swcm, so i thought all i needed was the cruise stalk, speaking to a parts guy this morning hes saying even tho i have a highline swcm, its not compatable with cruise??, is this right??, my vans a late 2011, with multi function steering wheel,

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Re: Cruise control parts??

Post by gavzzorz » Wed Jan 15, 2020 11:15 am

Midline and Highline SWCM's support cruse control. i have just upgraded my caddy to Midline from Lowline and retrofitted cruse at the same time all fine. (Granded mine is 06).

You should just need a cruse stalk and coding, i would get a second hand one from ebay for £10, any part number from Mk5 Golf, mk6 golf would work fine.

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Re: Cruise control parts??

Post by Bionicman » Wed Jan 15, 2020 11:50 am

According to the information on the Ross Tech site they say it all depends on the hardware version of the control module you already have fitted. So you may need a newer version to activate cc, I would just get the cc stalk fitted and try coding it in.

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Post by Ghost-rider » Wed Jan 15, 2020 12:03 pm

Bionicman wrote:According to the information on the Ross Tech site they say it all depends on the hardware version of the control module you already have fitted. So you may need a newer version to activate cc, I would just get the cc stalk fitted and try coding it in.
Gotya, so do think the thats what the "D" is on the end of the part no., if it is that would add up with what the parts guy was sayin possiblyImage

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Cruise control parts??

Post by r1lea » Wed Jan 15, 2020 12:12 pm

A mk5 golf cruise Control won’t work or fit your caddy / module
You need from a mk6 golf where both stalks are incorporated

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Post by gavzzorz » Wed Jan 15, 2020 12:25 pm

Sorry for the wrong information, i thought they were all the same just being based off the same platform and just a facelift.
seems like they changed a lot more than then cluster, engine and front end then :)

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Post by Ghost-rider » Wed Jan 15, 2020 3:27 pm

Thanks for a bit of input on this lads, i fot it sorted now, turns out my slipring/control module doesnt suport cruise even tho its a highline model, parts all ordrd, just gotta get it fitted then find somebody in the birmingham/stourbridge area of the west midlands to code it all for me when i have

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Re: Cruise control parts??

Post by r1lea » Wed Jan 15, 2020 4:31 pm

No reason it wouldn’t support cc, you have a mfsw so should support cruise


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Post by Bionicman » Wed Jan 15, 2020 4:59 pm

Same thinking r1lea, as you say he already has mfsw so you would think his module would support cc. As I replied before I would just get the cc stalk and fit it and try coding it in, its got two chances.

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Re: Cruise control parts??

Post by Doc » Wed Jan 15, 2020 5:12 pm

I find the majority of the 5K0-953-549D modules I fit do support cruise control, I've only had one that didn't in all the time I've been retrofitting.
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Post by Ghost-rider » Wed Jan 15, 2020 6:44 pm

Doc wrote:I find the majority of the 5K0-953-549D modules I fit do support cruise control, I've only had one that didn't in all the time I've been retrofitting.
Now im confused🤯, i cross refrenced the part numbers i had last night with the rosstech info on here, and the part numbers all appeared to say highline module, i rang vw for a price this morning, then i range vw teeside (who iv bought cruise control kits off before) for a price, and it was these that said even tho its a highline module, because it has the "D" on the end of the slipring/module part no., its set up for multifunction wheel but not cruise, hence the new slip ring/module, and they were also working off my reg.no./ chassis no. aswell.

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Re: Cruise control parts??

Post by Vwjack88 » Wed Jan 15, 2020 7:00 pm

How much do you charge to sort the cc doc? Fitted coded etc if you don't mind me asking. It's a mod I want to do to my edition 30 in the near future

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Post by Ghost-rider » Wed Jan 15, 2020 7:08 pm

I also asked a similar question last night on the cruise how to thread, that iv just noticed someone kindly replied to today, theyve pointed out that on the rostech chart even tho my module is a "highline" version, there is a #1 on the end of the info for this module, it states that the hardware may or may not support cruise control, and may need changing to the correct module, so the info iv been given by teeside today appears to be correct, but at the same time as the doc has sed, the ones he has fitted have supported cruise, seems like it would of been a gamble either way, and thats why maybe the cruise kit for my van is being sold with a new module regardless, as its the luck of the draw

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