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post #13 of 49 (permalink) Old 01-05-2014, 09:44 PM
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I will be trying this shortly. I have had my truck done for 4 years now and been wanting cruise and this seems easy enough.

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I will be trying this shortly. I have had my truck done for 4 years now and been wanting cruise and this seems easy enough.
That's funny, mine's been done for over a year and I still haven't gotten to this either. I have all of the parts, I just haven't done it.

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How did you connect the cc cable to the throttle? I have a P-pump conversion & the cable severely limits full throttle application.
You'll need to find a cruise control unit with a longer cable end. For all of the conversions I've done I actually had to build a spacer on the firewall side of the throttle linkage bracket to take up the slack from the cruise control cable.
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Thanks you all so much been Wanting to do that for a long time Just cut Servo cable pigtail Off my dad 99 van. Have 99 diesel that is now common rail no reason it won't work is still connecting to Ford and cable is to cummins right???

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Sticky this please. I have been getting lots of questions so here it goes. First off any cruise control unit out of a 96' and newer gas ford will work in our superdutys. The only difference i have found it the cable length and end attached to the cruise control unit. Ok here is how i did mine. I purchased a cruise control unit from a 2002 ford explorer with the 10 pin connector (pigtail) attached to it. All of the Cruise control pigtails have the same numbers and colors. i got it off ebay for 30 bucks. This may or may not be the same way to hook it up in every superduty due to PCM differences but it worked great in my 04' and my brothers 06'. You need to find the pinout diagram for your year to confirm i got mine from ford dealership.

Cruise control connector. C171


PCM pinout C1381a


Pull the connector out of the PCM harness and solider connections to the 8 wires comming off the CC connector.

The first number is going to be the CC pin number and the second is the PCM pin number. So that means 1-9, 3-35, 4-18, 5-31, 6-24, 7-H.I.R., 9-28, 10-Grnd. There you go will work like a champ and all your steering wheel buttons will work as well. Brakelight switch will turn it off simple as cake. hope this helps.
We have an 05 5.4L truck now with a 24V cummins. Being 05 it had an electronic pedal and no cruise control servo which we then found from something in the Junk yard. Cruise worked perfect with the original gas engine.

We've tried to get the cruise working after the conversion but no luck yet, it won't even do the self test by holding the cruise "on" button when turning ignition to run position. I've tried a second servo and still no function so I now assume we have some connections wrong. The shop that did the conversion attempted this with the info/instructions provided at the beginning of this thread as well as having the 05 wiring diagram book to make the appropriate concretions for our model truck. I'm not sure which connections they made so I'm trying to figure what the pairs should be and then I'll check and correct.

I have the complete 05 Super duty wiring book, here are I think the relevant pages.




I'm not sure but from what I can guess the connections for the 05 5.4L might be as follows
speed control servo -- 05 gas PCM
1--????
3--29
4--8
5--19
6--30
7--Ignition, hot when running
9--?
10-Ground

Anyone have some insight on this?

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Have a 2001 went from v10 auto to 12 valve with a 6 speed. Can't seem to get cruise to work will I have to replace the auto body computer with a standard body computer?
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Double check the wiring and fuses. I did a 2000 v10/auto to 12v getrag and it worked fine. Does the "cruise" light come on in the cluster?

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No cruise light checked fuse and wiring appears right

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My cruise doesn't work after installation. I have an work truck and swapped the steering column and added a gas cruise unit. Used the wiring diagram from this sticky. Had no lights on the dash except for the self test and then only for the off button. Took it to the Ford dealer and they took a quick look at it and the service manager and I had a good conversation and he thought it could be the control switches. I replaced those and now the cruise light and comes on but does not engage. The brake pedal turns the light off on the dash and resume button turns the cruise light back on but no engagement. The self test does not work past the on button. The scrap yard that sold me the cruise unit let me have another one and I plugged it in and the self test ran the same way no results from the Resume, Set Accel, Coast buttons. This has me stumped.

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Just for the heck of it I installed the replacement cruise unit from the scrap yard and the system works! The self test still does not go past the on button and I can live with that.

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Any updates on getting the cruise working? I have a 2005 F250 ex 6.0 with Common rail and ZF6. All the wiring is correct and there are no blown fuses and I have tried two servos without any luck. I have exhausted all areas and have yet to figure out whats going on.
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Any updates on getting the cruise working? I have a 2005 F250 ex 6.0 with Common rail and ZF6. All the wiring is correct and there are no blown fuses and I have tried two servos without any luck. I have exhausted all areas and have yet to figure out whats going on.
You should PM Grigg from post 17 and ask him if he solved his cruise problem. He has the same truck as you. He is pretty active at the 4btswaps.com forums, I PM'd him several times during my build and he alway got back to me.

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I need some help with this on a 97 f350 7.3 truck I 12 valved. The pcm pinout is different and labeled different. I'm not sure what pins to use. Does anyone have any experience with the obs trucks?
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