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Old 13-04-10, 03:40 PM   #1
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I knew i'd get thinking up silly plans!

If a cruise control stalk was somehow added such as this... (maybe have to get different steering control shroud as well, or just saw a big sodding hole in it!?)

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/GENUINE-PEUGEO...item45ef755974

Could it be enabled in planet, are the connectors already in place does anyone know? and does the car come with the neccessary sense to use it or is it a special ECU that deals with this?? or is it even a different type of comm 2000 thats needed!?

I'm going on a "optional extras for peanuts binge" soon i think, folding mirrors, automtic lights and wipers, auto dim rear view, oh its going to have it all!!
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Old 13-04-10, 07:41 PM   #2
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This would be a great feature to add, but I'd guess its not possible....
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Old 13-04-10, 09:27 PM   #3
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Your comm 2000 unit has a place for the cruise control stalk although i haven`t had time to look with pp to see if its in the car like the trip .

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Awell as fitting the C/control stalk you may also have to fit a second
brake pedal switch which disables the C/control when you brake.
On Planet you'll have to enable c/control to present in the bsi configuration and also on the engine ecu configuration.
some of the newer 307's and 407's also have speed limiters on the
accelerator pedal.
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Old 14-04-10, 09:49 AM   #5
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Hmm might be more trick than expected then

at least the comm 2000 is ready to have a cruise control stalk, hurdle one is well and truly cleared there!
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i quite like the looks on this.. will keep reading.

just a quick question. doesnt the ECU/BSI know when you are braking thus automatically shutting down the cruise control?

just wondering as the abs/speed sensors have to be mastered by something.



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Just been doing a bit off googleing in the early hours as being on night shift i tend to get quite bored and find shit out.

well i found this link http://www.digital-kaos.co.uk/forums...llation-72575/

this confirms that cruise control can be fitted and installed on a 407.

again this does the same
http://www.407owners.com/forums/view...php?f=4&t=1684

now what made me smile is that apparently you dont need the pedal switches just the stalk and the pp2000 system to tell the bsi that it is installed and that you need to be doing over 30mph in 4th/5th some good news anyways.



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"If it is possible on this model you need to configure it in the injection ECU menu. Set RVV (french abreviation for CC)to present, you then need to switch off ignition & let BSI shutdown before it takes effect. " - digitalkaos forums



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"If it is possible on this model you need to configure it in the injection ECU menu. Set RVV (french abreviation for CC)to present, you then need to switch off ignition & let BSI shutdown before it takes effect. " - digitalkaos forums
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hahaha i would if i had the stalk, apparently the dealer will sell it for about 40. actually come to think of it i might just do it for the shits of it hahaha



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