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post #1 of 4 Old 11-20-2010, 05:05 AM Thread Starter
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Cruisecontrol electrical setup Cj-7

Hi.
I have 86 Cj7. With 258 engine and a TF-999 automatic. The viechle is suplied with factory cruise control.
I bought this Jeep in parts (actually everything where wraped in boxes) and have the last year build it together. But i have some questions about the cruisecontrol. As you see in the attached picture there are several wires to connect, and I have som questions about them and also just needs someone to confirm that my connection will be correct.

1) Red wire should be conected to the steeringcollumn socket. The first cable (white) in the big plug.
Red/White, I have no idea, but i am thinking that this should be powersupply after ignition. Correct?
The red/white has a fuse (glas) as the arrow points at.
2)On the old fuse panel i have a socket with "cruise" texted. But on the Painless wiring system there arent any. Could i just connect it to in example "Acc"? (Acc=accesories?)
But will it be on a protected circuit? Like a fuse that protect it against shorting?
3)This one is ok, i have the same plug in the other end from the engine room. No idea what it is though)
4)Same plug come from the steering column. Guess it is the cruise control arm.
5)I This one i think comes from the servo on the speedomether cable.





thanks in advance. My english is not good, but, i hopeyou understand it.

Jorn


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post #2 of 4 Old 11-21-2010, 10:39 AM Thread Starter
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This print should help.

1) Plug goes to "additional" brake light switch. (labeled C123 on print)
2) Power for the Cruise Command Regulator. Plugs into the fuse panel. (labeled C203 on print)
3) Plug for Cruise Command Servo located in the engine compartment. (labeled C208 on print)
4) Plug for Cruise Command Switch at steering column (labeled C205 on print)
5) Plug for Speed Sensor (encoder) on speedometer cable. (labeled C206 on print)


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post #4 of 4 Old 11-21-2010, 02:45 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks a lot.

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