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    Question Cruise Control w/ Aftermarket wheel?

    Sorry if this is in the wrong forum section, but if I wanted an aftermarket wheel, where would I mount or can I even keep the cruise control? I plan to go on long trips. Any tips or help would be great!
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    What kind of car?




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    It's a 1995 LX Accord. The only buttons I have to move are the accel and decel resume.
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    I would want to look at a wiring diagram to confirm, but I suspect those are just SPST momentary switches. If that's the case, you should be able to rewire the cruise using either a pair of SPST momentary switches or a DPDT (On) Off (On) switch. Depending on the steering wheel you have chosen, you might also look at the Nardi horn buttons that integrate cruise switches into them.




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    Okay, since I plan to get a NRG wooden wheel with hub and quick release. Thanks for the info!
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    they dont have to be in the wheel. mount them in the dash, simple wiring.

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    Hi,

    I recently purchased a 2012 Hyundai Accent GS with about 48,000 miles on it for around $4,000. It's been a fantastic little city car for the last three months and ~4,000 miles. I've taken it out onto gravel roads and some long road trips as well and it's been a happy little car. It's not one for spirited driving, but if I let it settle into what it wants to do, it's quite content to plug right along. As a calm and comfortable 35+ mpg grocery-getter and long distance camping stuff-hauler, I don't think I could have done much better for the money.

    Thing is, about 2500-3000 of those miles have been highway miles on trips to and from Portland/the greater Seattle area and I am really hurting for cruise control. I'm a bit surprised that a 2010+ model year doesn't come with it, even as a base model. And so here I am: looking at buying an aftermarket model to plug in myself.

    From what I've found, it's about $300 (maybe $330 after taxes and shipping), which is pretty reasonable for a car I'm going to be putting at least 30,000+ miles on. I think this is the correct one to use. If someone could double check I have the right one, that would be awesome.

    As for installing it, it seems pretty straightforward? This youtube video covers it pretty well I think and I have a feeling I could do that. But this will be literally the most work I've ever done on a car--before considering doing this, I've literally only changed a set of tires a couple times, so I'm a little intimidated by the idea of installing electronics.

    I guess I'm looking for some encouragement that this is something I could probably do and that I'm on the right track so far. Thanks!




















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