Cruise Control

 

 

Cruise Control Install

MK4 Golf Platform

Including VW Beetle / Bora, Skoda Octavia, Seat Leon / Toledo, Audi A3 & TT

 

Here follows below, a detailed 'how-to' for the retro-fitting of Cruise Control into the VW Golf Mark 4 (MK IV) TDi.

 

Petrol Engines require the addition of some extra wiring which is missing between the bulkead connection socket and the ECU.
TDi's & Engines Codes [APF, AQN, AQP, AUE, AVU, BDE, BEH, BFH, BML] are Pre-wired from the Bulkhead Connectore upto the ECU & do not require this loom

 

The wiring schematic showing the loom is here: Golf 1.8T Wiring Guide

These wires can be sourced from VW Teesside on eBay ;

1.8T, 1.6 16v & 2.0 Petrol Engine Loom on eBay Item 370782615559

1.4 16v Loom on eBay Item 360658757506

 

 

The information listed on this website is given in good faith, it is supplied 'as-is'.  No responsibility is accepted for any damage arising from following this guide.

TOOLS:

 

M12 Spline Drive (for the steering wheel bolt)

 

4mm Flat-Blade screwdriver (long reach)

 

Philips screwdriver (medium point)

 

Philips screwdriver (small point, long reach)

 

Torx drivers: T15, T20, T25, T30

 

Torch

 

Sockets: 10mm, 13mm

 

Ring/open ended spanner: 10mm

 

Laser 3932 Tool is the equivalent to VAS Tool 1978 Pin Removal Tool available for around £8-£10 on Amazon

 

Silverline 702445 Wiper Arm Removal Tool is also useful, available as an add-on item for £3.50 on Amazon

 

Sticky tape (electrical)

 

Marker Pen

 

Genuine VW Parts:

The Genuine VW Cruise Kits available on http://vwgolfr32.co.uk/shop/CCS-MK4-Golf.htm

 

Replacement Indicator Stalk Switch with cruise control

 

 

Wiring loom/s for cruise control switch including the ECU Looms when selecting the 1.8T Kit

 

   
 

 

 

PROCEDURE:

 

First step is to do the internal switch swap  - just in case you have to do the job over several days, and want to use the car between.

 

            CLICK HERE FOR THIS STEP: Cruise- Stalk

 
 

For the second step it is best to do the outside next.

 

         CLICK HERE FOR THIS STEP: Work- Outside 

 
 

For the third step you could do this alongside the external works - I did.

 

        CLICK HERE FOR THIS STEP:  Wiring- Inside