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Jim5.0
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Australia
2697 Posts

Posted - 24/06/2008 :  1:40:58 PM  Show Profile
Hi all,
I have been sent this question so here goes:

Do you know any info on VT Commodore updating standard VT electrical such as putting cruise control into car that has not got it fitted question is the wiring harness to be changed or will the control plug in?

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Rhys
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Australia
388 Posts

Posted - 24/06/2008 :  2:56:19 PM  Show Profile
Hi Jim,

If its anything like the VS (which I'm sure it is) then you'll need the following:

-Actuator with throttle cable
-Cruise harness that all the cruise components plug in to
-Mid level Body control module with two keyheads
-Cruise indicator
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Rhys
Quarter Horse

Australia
388 Posts

Posted - 24/06/2008 :  2:56:19 PM  Show Profile
Hi Jim,

If its anything like the VS (which Im sure it is) then youll need the following:

-Actuator with throttle cable
-Cruise harness that all the cruise components plug in to
-Mid level Body control module with two keyheads
-Cruise indicator s
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HK1837
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Australia
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Posted - 24/06/2008 :  3:55:13 PM  Show Profile  Visit HK1837's Homepage
You should be able to buy a kit new from Holden. VX, VU and V2 may fit it also.

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commodorenut
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Posted - 24/06/2008 :  7:34:00 PM  Show Profile  Visit commodorenut's Homepage
I have a VT cruise kit, but I ratted the wand out of it for my VS!

It's basically what Rhys posted for the VS - the VT still has the additional harness in the kit (although the kit I have does not have a BCM like the VS requires).

Some VTs already h
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commodorenut
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Posted - 24/06/2008 :  7:34:00 PM  Show Profile  Visit commodorenut's Homepage
I have a VT cruise kit, but I ratted the wand out of it for my VS!

Its basically what Rhys posted for the VS - the VT still has the additional harness in the kit (although the kit I have does not have a BCM like the VS requires).

Some VTs already ha
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mmazz30
Quarter Horse

Australia
273 Posts

Posted - 24/06/2008 :  7:48:11 PM  Show Profile
Jim...I fitted a genuine cruise kit to my VT6 series 1 about 3 years ago.

Now.....the early series VT did not have the cruise loom /plug on the rh front strut tower.
I think later in the series 1 it was part of the loom.
If you see an extra plug on y
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