Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Re: Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Postby xychix on Tue, 26 Apr 2016 2:25 +0000

Patton, have a look ~5 cm above and in front (towards the driver) of the ignition-key barrel.

it's the point just behind where the steering wheel turns. Actually this connector is connected to a special wire that is IN the rotating part of the steering to get all controls in the steering wheel wired)

Your picture seems to be way lower under the steering wheel (fusebox etc)


This is the location. The plug is hanging just beneath as I connected my own wires to measure.
The white wire in my own setup is where you'll find a white-black. Just o be clear, on the left you see the steeringwheel :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Just to be sure :) I assume it's the language making the difficulty. If you're that unfamilliar with wires consider having someone else do this for you.
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Re: Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Postby patton on Wed, 27 Apr 2016 7:01 +0000

Ok, i thought it was down the stearing wheel. Now i know where i have to look. Not an electrician pro but i like to made things by myself. I installed the pioneer radio with rear cam, long distance lights...

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Re: Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Postby xychix on Wed, 27 Apr 2016 2:54 +0000

patton wrote:Ok, i thought it was down the stearing wheel. Now i know where i have to look. Not an electrician pro but i like to made things by myself. I installed the pioneer radio with rear cam, long distance lights...

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All good :)
just wanted to make clear that you do things on your risk, I'm helping to the best of my knowledge but cutting the wrong wire isn't something I can prevent from here :D :D
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Re: Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Postby twentyfoursyc on Fri, 29 Apr 2016 11:00 +0000

Hey guys this is a picture of my ECU. Is this going to be compatable with just the aliexpress stalk? I hope i have uploaded the image link correctly :cry:
It is a 2006 Manual D4D 3.0l


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Re: Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Postby xychix on Fri, 29 Apr 2016 2:26 +0000

twentyfoursyc wrote:Hey guys this is a picture of my ECU. Is this going to be compatable with just the aliexpress stalk? I hope i have uploaded the image link correctly :cry:
It is a 2006 Manual D4D 3.0l


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Have a look at the steering column (like shown above) if you find the white-black and green wire you are most likely good to go. If these wires aren't there some more testing is required.
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Re: Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Postby patton on Sat, 30 Apr 2016 2:21 +0000

Ok i start with the instalatión and found this
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The plug is busy with a blue wire
The end of the wire is on the airbag side in a metal part

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So i dont really know if i have to unplug or not. Thanks in advance


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Re: Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Postby xychix on Sat, 30 Apr 2016 5:42 +0000

Patton, as I've never opened the steering wheel I wouldn't know.
It might be that it's just a needed earth.
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Re: Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Postby patton on Sat, 30 Apr 2016 7:22 +0000

My worry is that if i plug the cruise stalk, i have to disconected that earth.. So maybe the airbag wont work if needed

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Re: Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Postby xychix on Sat, 30 Apr 2016 2:24 +0000

patton wrote:My worry is that if i plug the cruise stalk, i have to disconected that earth.. So maybe the airbag wont work if needed

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makes sense, so that would inquire more work.

1st measure if it's an earth
2nd cut it from the plug and wire it to the cruise controls earth in the stalk-loom. Then the work on the white-black would be extra important to make sure that earth is good. On the other hand... if that earth is already used there is a big chance the white-black is already a good earth..
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Re: Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Postby patton on Sun, 01 May 2016 3:40 +0000

No earth on the blue wire.
The only wire white and black is this one
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I plug the stalk without doing anything else and didnt work. So i may try to earth the white/black in case that the one that i founded is the right one

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Re: Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Postby xychix on Sun, 01 May 2016 2:44 +0000

Patton, That black n white wire is another one :).

You need to find the plugs that go to the steering wheel.
Do you have audio or other buttons on the steering wheel? If so then there should be wires going from behind the steering wheel into the steering wheel trough a special thing that van handle the turning of the wheel.


AH wait I can see the location. On the left of the foto there is a yellow plug, you can find the same yellow plug on my foto! next to that is a black plug where you should find the green en white-black wire. If not there you would have to do quite a bit more work.
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Re: Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Postby patton on Sun, 01 May 2016 5:06 +0000

I will make some more pictures, but the yellow plug is not the same than yours and the black one is not there. I will keep you informed

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Re: Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Postby patton on Sun, 01 May 2016 6:44 +0000

Left side of the stearing wheel
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Right side
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I couldnt see any other wire white/black


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Re: Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Postby xychix on Mon, 02 May 2016 12:38 +0000

patton wrote:Left side of the stearing wheel
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Right side
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I couldnt see any other wire white/black


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hey Patton,

Based on the photo's I can only assume it's the black above the yellow as that seems to enter the steeringwheel unit.
However Which wires to pick (IF they are even there) is something I can't tell without measuring the whole fcking stuff.

Measure 2 pins in the wheel and the pins in the black plug. Then you need to find a way to wire it to the ecu. IF the green cable is already there you should be able to find that same wire in the black plug above the yellow.

You'd need a multimeter with BEEP on connection in order to do so. This is quite basic measuring, if not comfortable doing so find some help on that :)

As all you have is different from my car (different plugs at the wheel, different ecu) there isn't much I can do that isn't already described in the topic.
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Re: Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Postby patton on Mon, 02 May 2016 12:57 +0000

Well xychix i think i am going to be the second one unable to installed the CC. I will try to check that green wire before closing all. Thanks

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Re: Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Postby xychix on Mon, 02 May 2016 4:18 +0000

patton wrote:Left side of the stearing wheel

Right side
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I'm guessing they should be on the bottom left of the black plug in this picture. as the plug is installed rotated 90 degrees Left it means in the empty holes in the top left of the black plug.
(that's where the connections in my car went to from the stalk on the steering)

I see no wires there. to bad I'm affraid. You might choose the hard way (as I did) and try and install all the wireing to the ECU yourself, I'm affraid however there is a danger of damaging things that are WAY more expensive than a addon cruise control :(
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Re: Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Postby patton on Mon, 02 May 2016 4:21 +0000

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Thats the plug. The blue wire under the stearing wheel is conected to the white/red. I think my car is not that ready. I will sale the stalk, its only 15$ so not a big deal

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Re: Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Postby xychix on Mon, 02 May 2016 3:40 +0000

To bad, good try anyway.
Hope it was a good learning experience (as it was for me :) )
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Re: Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Postby patton on Mon, 02 May 2016 3:57 +0000

Yes, it was. Thanks for everything. I will have to find a new project to deal with

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Re: Factory Cruise Control for SR D4D Auto

Postby james64 on Fri, 06 May 2016 8:51 +0000

Hi Guys,

2010 SR Hilux Duel Cab / 3.0L Turbo Diesel (Aus)

I purchased the indicator stalk from ebay.
Removed the steering wheel cover, plug was present so I fitted the cruise control stalk and plugged into existing plug under the steering wheel cover.
As per pictures provided earlier in the thread. Removed the steering wheel column covers and earthed out the black and white wire coming off the black of the steering wheel.

Went out for test drive and no indication that the stalk is working in any way shape or form. After seeking help from another forum member I went to inspect his hilux with supposedly the exact same setup, the only difference that we could notice was that I seemingly don't have any clutch switch.

My question is do I need it? If I do how should I go about fitting and wiring one up?
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