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Guide Fitting Cruise Control Focus Mk2 & Mk2.5 And Ford C-Max

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Fixed my car and tried the on and set button, nothing happens. :(

I've tested the GEM Module,like in this video and I get the beep so I have conection. I think it's the PCM that dosn't have the CC enabeld.

 

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Fixed my car and tried the on and set button, nothing happens. :(

I've tested the GEM Module,like in this video and I get the beep so I have conection. I think it's the PCM that dosn't have the CC enabeld.

 

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Can you show us screenshots of your PCM pages in ELMConfig?

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sure,did I miss something ?

 

 

Inkedpcm2_LI.jpg

Inkedpcm1_LI.jpg

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sure,did I miss something ?

The integrated speed control box needs to be ticked.

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On 5/14/2017 at 0:21 AM, Dan P said:


The integrated speed control box needs to be ticked.

I think so too. I can't check on my car ATM and I forgot to make a backup of my config :|

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cheers Dan.

It works !! :D Very happy now,managed too do a led test and sadly I don't have the cc led on my dashboard, I'm planning a replacement,fit a facelift version one and at the same time I want to active my trip computer..I'll read more info on this forum. Great forum,great people,cheers all of you.

 

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6 hours ago, sergiuRoUK said:

cheers Dan.

It works !!

No problem, enjoy! I only got to learn about it thanks to the contributions of others on here.

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does anybody know if its just D gem numbers that work mine looks to be B :(

 

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17 minutes ago, djnunny said:

does anybody know if its just D gem numbers that work mine looks to be B :(

 

BB and BF have worked in the past, a BH had problems.

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1 minute ago, igorsinkovec said:

BB and BF have worked in the past, a BH had problems.

well mine looks to be BC would i be wasting my time and money by just getting the stuff together and trying this??

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Put together a mock button pad from cheap parts. Resistors are dirt cheap, so are switches. Don't quit before even trying :)

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well further reason am looking is my steering wheel needs replacing anyway! so i thought why not look into adding CC if its possible lol i'll order a wheel i have the ELM device and can do the GEM check once its installed holding down the rear heater button and so on.

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thank for this guide its worked for me :D just to confirm my GEM was BC.

hooked it up with the cable after getting the programs going. replaced the steering wheel to a 4 spoke with buttons.

activated in GEM & HEC luckily PCM was already on! :) 

not sure how important also i managed all this on Windows 10.

so all good in the hood cruising along.

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So having read most of this mammoth Im going to seriously look at getting my CC back working .

 when I say back working I have a mk2 ghia tdci, after a few  problems when I bought the car the cc worked at first then when i got the car back from the seller the cc failed to work .

So I think its just a case of reactivating using elmconfig.

 

I did try enquiring at my local ford dealership but they have never responded .

Anyone in the Manchester area have any luck doing this if so feel free to give me a shout please.

 

Regards Adam 

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Adam, I'd test the wiring first using the heated rear windscreen test.
Press and hold the heated rear windscreen button whilst turning the key to position II then let go and it should beep. Every button press should then give a beep. This should narrow down whether your issue is hardware or software.

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13 hours ago, Dan P said:

Adam, I'd test the wiring first using the heated rear windscreen test.
Press and hold the heated rear windscreen button whilst turning the key to position II then let go and it should beep. Every button press should then give a beep. This should narrow down whether your issue is hardware or software.

So I tested the wiring as you have described and the buttons all work and get a beep. 

 Problem is how do you turn the testing off as I turned the ignition back to off and it still beeps.

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Turning the car off and removing the key should turn off the test mode! If it doesn't then maybe you have bigger issues than just the cruise control.

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So I have gone back to the car and the test mode is off so all is good on that front.

 I regards to the CC buttons they all work , looks like this weekend im going to be on the hunt to get it all activated / re activated. 

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Relieved to hear that! I wouldn't fancy being stuck with that beep going off every time I used the indicators or turned my wipers on!

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You can deactivate the button test by repeating the process used to activate it.

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