The dealer has add-on cruise control systems. They are more expensive than aftermarket ones but it will look and function like the factory-installed system. In the '90s they only required mounting and plugging in parts to connectors that were already hanging there. On newer vehicles, the dealer is likely going to have to reprogram some computers before they recognize the system is there and function correctly.
The dealer's systems will include a new steering wheel with the control switches and a new clock spring with additional circuits that sits under the steering wheel.
Wednesday, June 1st, 2011 AT 6:06 PM