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    Question Cruise control dashboard light

    I retrofitted the cruise control. It works fine. Just the light of the cruise control on the dashboard don't light on when the cruise control is active, probably because there isn't the diode.
    Do you know if this is true and if there is a way to install the diode in the dashboard?

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    The instrument panel light needs enabling via tech2.
    Last edited by leeds vectra; 5th September 2008 at 12:50.

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    I've not come across anything on tech2 which actually even lets these lights be enabled or disabled... so its a new one on me....

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    Well I have twice, after retro fitting both parkpilot and TPMS the instrument panel lights for both systems needed enabling via tech2.

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    I'll have to investigate this one.... looking at the menus for the IPC there isnt any option listed.... will delve deeper into this.... always thought it would have been the controlling units job to inform the IPC what it needs to illuminate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leeds vectra View Post
    The instrument panel light needs enabling via tech2.
    We done it, but without success!

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    I note that the OP is in Italy.

    You'd have thought CC was standard in whatever country the Vectra-C was sold in.

    Anyone know the reason why something as basic as CC would have been an option rather than standard fitment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Dave View Post
    I note that the OP is in Italy.

    You'd have thought CC was standard in whatever country the Vectra-C was sold in.
    Cruise control was not standard in Italy, almost in 2004.

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