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Posted: Sun Jul 10, 2005 12:08 pm 
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wrecker cant reflash the ecu to include cruise control tho, or at least most cant
ford would probably charge a mint for it too!

 

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Posted: Sun Jul 10, 2005 2:01 pm 
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we have sold a few cruise kits to suit BA,s we tell the people who buy them to fit it themselves and then take it to ford and say my cruise has never worked and someone suggested it may not have been enabled. works every time :lol:
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Posted: Sun Jul 10, 2005 2:57 pm 
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I've never seen a vehicle where the pedals move based on cruise throttle control. Anyone know of a car that does so?


You're EL will. (I spose any cable controlled throttle will)

I was cruise on the highway one day (not so long ago), and felt something tickling the hairs on my big toe (barefoot), it was the accellerator pedal, as we hit a hill, the cruise stomped the loud pedal, and it moved. Now I wonder if it had floored it, if I would've lost a toe or not?!?!

 

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Posted: Sun Jul 10, 2005 2:57 pm 
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we have sold a few cruise kits to suit BA,s we tell the people who buy them to fit it themselves and then take it to ford and say my cruise has never worked and someone suggested it may not have been enabled. works every time :lol:


Very clever! I like it :)
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Posted: Sun Jul 10, 2005 3:23 pm 
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Bozz wrote:
I've never seen a vehicle where the pedals move based on cruise throttle control. Anyone know of a car that does so?


You're EL will. (I spose any cable controlled throttle will)

I was cruise on the highway one day (not so long ago), and felt something tickling the hairs on my big toe (barefoot), it was the accellerator pedal, as we hit a hill, the cruise stomped the loud pedal, and it moved. Now I wonder if it had floored it, if I would've lost a toe or not?!?!


It doesn't, I'm fairly sure of that. Will check the next time I drive it.
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Posted: Sun Jul 10, 2005 7:10 pm 
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Bozz wrote:
data_mine wrote:
Bozz wrote:
I've never seen a vehicle where the pedals move based on cruise throttle control. Anyone know of a car that does so?


You're EL will. (I spose any cable controlled throttle will)

I was cruise on the highway one day (not so long ago), and felt something tickling the hairs on my big toe (barefoot), it was the accellerator pedal, as we hit a hill, the cruise stomped the loud pedal, and it moved. Now I wonder if it had floored it, if I would've lost a toe or not?!?!


It doesn't, I'm fairly sure of that. Will check the next time I drive it.


Both the cruise on my old EA and my EL pull the pedal down when accelerating. It doesn't return to the top position, how could it, when the cruise cable pulls the throttle lever it also pulls on the accelerator cable therefore pulling the pedal down towards the floor.

 

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Posted: Sun Jul 10, 2005 8:14 pm 
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madmax wrote:
Bozz wrote:
data_mine wrote:
Bozz wrote:
I've never seen a vehicle where the pedals move based on cruise throttle control. Anyone know of a car that does so?


You're EL will. (I spose any cable controlled throttle will)

I was cruise on the highway one day (not so long ago), and felt something tickling the hairs on my big toe (barefoot), it was the accellerator pedal, as we hit a hill, the cruise stomped the loud pedal, and it moved. Now I wonder if it had floored it, if I would've lost a toe or not?!?!


It doesn't, I'm fairly sure of that. Will check the next time I drive it.


Both the cruise on my old EA and my EL pull the pedal down when accelerating. It doesn't return to the top position, how could it, when the cruise cable pulls the throttle lever it also pulls on the accelerator cable therefore pulling the pedal down towards the floor.
exactly, and that's what i thought you meant Bozz, something to simulate that effect on the BA's fly-by-wire accelerator.

 

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Posted: Sun Jul 10, 2005 9:15 pm 
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data_mine wrote:
Bozz wrote:
I've never seen a vehicle where the pedals move based on cruise throttle control. Anyone know of a car that does so?


You're EL will. (I spose any cable controlled throttle will)

I was cruise on the highway one day (not so long ago), and felt something tickling the hairs on my big toe (barefoot), it was the accellerator pedal, as we hit a hill, the cruise stomped the loud pedal, and it moved. Now I wonder if it had floored it, if I would've lost a toe or not?!?!


yeh my ed does it too

 

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Posted: Sun Jul 31, 2005 6:34 pm 
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Hi guys its my first post :D
If you have an 04 model territory it does need to be activated by ford
which can be done for as little as $80.00.
If like me you have an 05 model its plug and play.
So do as I did and get a set of switches from a wrecker for $120.00
and away u go....

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 Post subject: Re: ATT Territory NON-Cruise Control Owners.
Posted: Thu Jul 10, 2014 5:36 pm 
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Thanks for that Barongt, i have an 07 SY Territory. Im hoping to get a set from the wreckers and hopefully like yours its just plug and play :)
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 Post subject: Re: ATT Territory NON-Cruise Control Owners.
Posted: Thu Aug 07, 2014 1:38 pm 
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Just an update, I already had the brake switches in my 07 territory it has a black one and a blue/white one. I fitted the buttons and everything is hooked up, but still no cruise control, nothing comes up on the cluster when i press the cruise buttons. Got quoted from 3 different ford dealers all around $150 to press the button on the computer to activate the cruise control. Im really shocked they didnt charge me an arm and leg just to tell me they need to push a button
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