Unfortunately it's been about 6 months since I first put it in. The pin on the Ecu is pin 29 on the short plug. Then there are wires from the stalk to the bcm. Pretty sure there are some wiring guides on this thread somewhere.
There are 2 locking plugs on the back of the bcm which you have to pull down a lever to remove them.
To remove the lower trim there are 6 bolts. You need to pry off the trim at the end of the dash to get access to 2 of them. There is one underneath the trim near the a pillar. There is one next to the centre console. The last two are covered by the centre console trim. You need to remove the upper and lower parts of the centre console. The top half should just pop off with a bit of force and the lower trim has 4 bolts and 6 retaining clips. You need to disconnect the electrical plugs if you have them. You also have to remove the light switch to take off the drivers trim.
It does seem slightly different. Even the part number is different, ending in F.
I tried asking around in a few stores located in Netherlands that advertised the retrofit cruise controls. But they weren't of any help, and said that they had no experience of the newer models and that they couldn't help.
I see that the majority of this topic was active quite a few years ago, so was just wondering whether there was any more experience out there with those have undertaken the retro-fit of the cruise control using OE parts?
I have a 2012 Move up! which doesn't have start/stop and having looked at the part number on the BCM, it ends in 086, which i think means that it would need changing in order to even think about it. They are expensive, but it seems possible to get hold of one used for a more reasonable price.
Is it possible?
does anyone have an idiots guide to how to do it?
From my perspective, the taking apart the steering wheel to get access to the unit and replace the stalks will be the easier part. the hard part is understanding how to route the wiring, and where all the wiring is going to and from! oh and then there is the VCDS side of things!
I've seen the Italian forum, but my italian is rubbish, and google translate doesn't quite do the job i don't think?!
However there is a physical solder/splice link between 5. and 6. above shown on the current flow diagrams, and i'm wondering in reality how this is achieved? Can this physical connection be achieved by adding an extra cable that runs E595 pin 29 --> pin45(B) BCM and splicing it with cable 5. above and also splicing into this, the cable that runs to the ECU? Would this correctly physically link all the necessary parts? i tend to arrive at the conclusion an extra cable over what everyone has already stated is required - but im obviously going wrong somewhere, or missing the obvious alternative!
that does not look correct sorry to say j29 is not in my loom, i have been on holiday and now sick as a dog so iam not responding so much sorryrh1464 please send the pictures off were the moduls are bcm and ecu to soranrix et gmail??com