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Owned the car a week, so the first job was to remove the steering wheel controls and replace them with the ones including the Cruise Control. 
such a simple replacement, however it obviously does not work yet, as the cruise control has to be enabled.

I have Forscan on my Windows laptop and have the extended licence, just waiting for amazon to deliver my OBD adapter, 

never used Forscan in my life…. So if anyone has a step by step account, it would be appreciated. 




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See here for tutorial on using Forscan. Basically you use the "chip" icon on the left side (configuration) and select for example the BCM module, save the configuration before making changes using the SAVE button at the bottom.! Then find "cruise control" and change from "not present" to "present" or "Disabled" to "Enabled" and then press the WRITE button to commit the changes to the module. Having the saved config means you can put it back if it all goes ***** up.

That was a simple explanation but Forscan is powerful and you can easily brick your car...so read carefully below and save any module's config before you change anything. 




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