I have to remove my Rostra Cruise because it is burning through throttle sensors. installed in 2014 so thought they had fixed it but guess not, no I hope to remove mine in under and hour. very disappointed with this all that money for nothing.
So because there are no pics, and the instructions are a bit vague. I would like to know, the wires I need to solder, are red (ignition)to green pin 3... Am I right? Is this the only wires requiring solder?
I installed Rosetta cruise control my self, however I can’t get it to set.
The one I ended up getting had the ground wire already spliced into another wire and didn’t say I needed to connect it to anything, so I spliced the red to the green wire as stated.
it comes on (the green light comes on) but it won’t set.
@Savagew0lves I'm sorry for the delay in responding. There was at least one wire that needed soldering for the CC would work. I'm afraid the Rostra instructions left something to be desired so to speak. I'll check their website again. I hope they may have updated them as I messaged them about some unclear parts.
I'm going to try using a fuse tap instead of splicing into the wiring loom. I've never been a fan of wire splicing as it can introduce issues down the line that can make it hard to troubleshoot. I'll try the Cig fuse slot first.
I did notice that the cruise speed can be set to as low as 20mph!
I discovered that Rostra does "make" a stalk fer the right side. All they did was put a new cover on the left side stalk and move the LED. Part number is 250-3743, Universal Right-Hand Mount Normally Open Circuit Cruise Control Switch.