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Fitting Cruise (Facelift Only)
« on: 15 July 2006, 09:51:18 »

Guide Courtesy of Hillper.  :D

Car. Omega, 2.2 CD, 2000 'W', facelift. (Fly-by-wire). Auto.

Component needed: Used indicator stalk. I got mine from www.leavalleymotors.co.uk 20+3.51pp.

Remove control stalk cowling. It's in two halves, separated horizontally. Bottom half secured to car with 3 crossheads in triangle pattern underneath. Top half secured to bottom half with two crossheads on front face. Screws are under plastic covers, not visible until wheel turned through 90 degrees.
Unscrew steering column adjuster stalk to allow removal of bottom half.

Stalk and switch body slides out after pressing in side retaining clips. Wiring plug held in with grey slide. Remove slide and release plug.

Fit replacement stalk which has one extra little plug on a flying lead. Additional socket is tucked away beside main socket. Fit retaining slide (or in my case, forget to fit retaining slide!).
Slide main switch body back in until it locates.

Re-fit cowling. Getting the rubber boots to locate properly was a little fiddly.

Go to vauxhall dealer and talk very nicely to mechanic. Cruise enabled with Tech2 in five minutes. Donate to mechanic's favourite charity.

That's it! It works! No brake switch change or extra fuse etc.
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Re: Fitting Cruise (Facelift Only)
« Reply #1 on: 15 July 2006, 11:10:06 »

The manual facelifts I've seen already have a clutch switch.

Generally, it appears, the 2.5TD engine is pre-enabled in ECU, but the petrol engines are not. This needs a real Tech2 to enable.

For anyone near me, I can enable for a small fee...
« Last Edit: 02 October 2006, 13:02:55 by TheBoy »
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