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INDEX 1. Cruise Control Installation: ... Parts List ... Throttle Connections... Wiring ... 2. Control Switch Installation... Troubleshooting ... 3. Magnet Kit Installation ... Speed Sensor Installation ... 4. Warranty ... MANUAL PREPARED AND PROVIDED BY LITEON AUTOMOTIVE CORPORATION Page...
The Cruise Module makes "decisions" based upon speed,tachometer, and brake signal information. The control circuit interprets digital speed information from the car's engine control module (VSS) or Magnet Kit and ignition coil output. Brake information comes from the red and purple wires connected to the vehicle's brake switch. Disengagement and no-engagement decisions are based on the monitored information.
- 32 - PARTS LIST Dash Mounted control switch Tie Straps ( 1 ) ( 10 ) CRUISE CONTROL AUDIOVOX - 4 - - 3 - Assorted Vacuum Vacuum Hose - Short T - Connectors - 8 - Scotch lock connectors...
PROGRAMMING THE SERVO ASSEMBLY To ensure that the cruise control operates smoothly and safely in your vehicle, the servo assembly must be programmed. In order to properly program the servo assembly, you will need to know the number of cylinders, the type of transmission (manual or automatic), if your vehicle is equipped with a Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS), and if so, the number of Pulses Per Mile ( PPM ), also if the cruise control switch is the open or closed circuit style.
UNDER HOOD INSTALLATION Connecting the Cruise Control Cable to the Throttle NOTE: Prior to attaching servo cable to throttle, locate an accessible area to mount the cruise control servo, but do not mount it. Leave the servo in this area (unmounted) and route cable to throttle attachment area. CAUTION: Attach the cruise control cable so that it parallels the existing throttle cable as nearly as possible.
FIG. 8 FLEX CABLE CONDUIT MOUNTING Select a location which provides Mounting Bracket used to 1-3/4" travel lock down carburetor end to match actuator. of flexible cable (bend as required). FIG. 10 ALTERNATE FLEX CABLE MOUNTING TECHNIQUE Existing Sheet Metal Bracket Carburetor FIG.
CAUTION ! ATTACH THE CRUISE CONTROL CABLE SO THAT IT PARALLELS THE EXISTING THROTTLE CABLE AS NEARLY AS POSSIBLE. WARNING ! AFTER ATTACHING THE CRUISE CONTROL CABLE TO THE VEHICLE’S THROTTLE, OPERATE THE THROTTLE MANUALLY ( FULL TRAVEL ) FROM BOTH UNDER HOOD AND ACCELERATOR PEDAL TO BE ABSOLUTELY SURE THAT NONE OF THE CABLE ATTACHMENT COMPONENTS OR BEAD CHAIN CAN RESTRICT OR INTERFERE WITH THE NORMAL THROTTLE OPERATION.
Routing the Main Wiring Harness 1. Locate your vehicle by make, model, and engine size in the included Reference Manual in order to identify the location of the VSS and Tach connection locations. If your make and model cannot be located, then the Magnet Kit must be installed.
5. Locate the fused wire with switch connector included in the kit, and load the Brown, Green, and Yellow wires from the main harness into the 4 pin switch connector. Be sure to load the wires according to the color coded label on the connector, and press the terminals in fully until a click is heard.
Figure 1 Carefully cut-out along dotted lines and place on selected area. Use a file or razor knife to remove the material between the 2 holes. CONTROL SWITCH MOUNTING Figure 2 DASH Figure 3 CONTROL SWITCH CONNECTIONS CONNECTOR DASH BOARD TEMPLATE TEMPLATE CUT-OUT Drill 1/4"...
ROAD TESTING THE CRUISE CONTROL Be sure to fully test all functions of your new cruise control on a level surface away from predestrian and vehicle traffic. While travelling 35 M.P.H. turn switch on , then press Set button. Unit will engage when Set button is released.
TROUBLE SHOOTING WIRING - 10 PIN CONNECTOR Note : If the brown, green, or yellow wires do not test properly, proceed immediately to the testing of the 4 pin control switch testing. WIRE COLOR Black Brown Purple To test the Green and Yellow wires, the Ignition Switch and Cruise Control Switch must both be turned on and left ON.
MAGNET AND SPEED SENSOR COIL INSTALLATION The magnets, along with the speed sensor coil provide pulses to calculate road speed for the cruise control. When the drive shaft rotates, the magnets attached to it move by the speed sensor coil. This generates electrical pulses which are monitored by the cruise control.
Step 6: While rotating the shaft, carefully snap one wire into one set of magnet slots. Loosely wrap the wire to hold it in place. Snap the second wire into the remaining slots making sure the ends are nearly opposite the first wire, as shown in Figure 4 or 11.
INSTALLATION - REAR WHEEL DRIVE VEHICLES DRIVE SHAFT 12" MAX. DISTANCE FROM U-JOINT CUT STRIP ALONG THIS LINE Figure 2 Figure 4 DRILL 3/16" DIA HOLES IN FLOOR PAN OF VEHICLE PULL TIGHT Figure 1 1/2" FABRICATED BRACE TO STIFFEN PICK-UP COIL BRACKET CLEARANCE 3/8"...
INSTALLATION - FRONT WHEEL DRIVE VEHICLES TRANSMISSION AXLE HOUSING DRILL OR FILE BRACKET TO FIT EXISTING BOLT 3/8" WIRES AND MAGNET Figure 6 1/2" 3/8" Figure 8 Figure 10 DIA. OF MOUNTING SURFACE RIGHT FRONT AXLE ONLY Figure 7 MAGNET Figure 9 Figure 11 -15-...
® Applies to automotive speed controls. AUDIOVOX CORPORATION (the Company) warrants to the original retail purchaser of this product that should this product or any part thereof, under normal use and conditions, be proven defective in material or workmanship within 12 months from the date of original purchase, such defect(s) will be repaired or replaced with new or reconditioned product (at the Company's option) without charge for parts and repair labor.
Audiovox Corp., 150 Marcus Blvd., N.Y. 11788 Form No.128-4540C...