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Installing Cruise Control - 2017 Model

Postby Seker » Sat May 16, 2020 1:11 pm

Good afternoon all,
just got a few little questions regarding me installing cruise.
Do I need to to buy just the stalk or do I need to buy a need slip ring? my initial thought was that I could just install the stalk an have cruise setup up using my friend ODIS machine. However after looking at some kits they include the slip ring, any suggestions or reasons why they are included?
if not could anyone be a help and find me a part number for the stalk!!
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Re: Installing Cruise Control - 2017 Model

Postby Cuprabob » Sat May 16, 2020 1:29 pm

On the earlier cars you could just retrofit the left stalk and do a bit of coding, however on later cars like yours, I believe the assembly includes both stalks and the slip ring therefore is slightly more complex and expensive.
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Re: Installing Cruise Control - 2017 Model

Postby Dreamer » Sat May 16, 2020 2:11 pm

I recently did this on my 2013 model which like yours required both parts.

I used these part numbers 5K0953502M & 5K0953569AL

I purchased them from http://vwgolfr32.co.uk/shop/Retrofit-Cruise-Control.htm who extremely helpful. He even gave me a coding guide but the guide UKLee has done is spot on.

The hardest bit was the airbag removal. One e I figured the technique out it literally took 30 mins start to finish.
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Re: Installing Cruise Control - 2017 Model

Postby Seker » Sat May 16, 2020 3:13 pm

Cuprabob wrote:On the earlier cars you could just retrofit the left stalk and do a bit of coding, however on later cars like yours, I believe the assembly includes both stalks and the slip ring therefore is slightly more complex and expensive.

Ive been looking mate and your right seems I need to get more involved than I thought!
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Re: Installing Cruise Control - 2017 Model

Postby Seker » Sat May 16, 2020 3:15 pm

Dreamer wrote:I recently did this on my 2013 model which like yours required both parts.

I used these part numbers 5K0953502M & 5K0953569AL

I purchased them from http://vwgolfr32.co.uk/shop/Retrofit-Cruise-Control.htm who extremely helpful. He even gave me a coding guide but the guide UKLee has done is spot on.

The hardest bit was the airbag removal. One e I figured the technique out it literally took 30 mins start to finish.

Brilliant mate thank you very much, ill post updates to let you know how I'm doing, picking the car up next week but the only downside was cruise...
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Re: Installing Cruise Control - 2017 Model

Postby Blanco92 » Sat May 08, 2021 7:15 am

Hi guys!

Thread bump! Does anyone know if the face-lift Sciroccos, can have their combined stalk unit replaced with a set from an older car, circa 2011?

I've found a set of cruise, wiper stalks and slip ring from a 2011 car and was wondering if it will work on my 2017 Scirocco.
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Re: Installing Cruise Control - 2017 Model

Postby spacewalker » Wed Jun 16, 2021 8:53 am

Blanco92 wrote:Hi guys!

Thread bump! Does anyone know if the face-lift Sciroccos, can have their combined stalk unit replaced with a set from an older car, circa 2011?

I've found a set of cruise, wiper stalks and slip ring from a 2011 car and was wondering if it will work on my 2017 Scirocco.

install MFSW with criuse
leave old style CCS stalk alone ,
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