Daniel said:Several people have said that with the Costal switch connected to the cruise control stalk you lose the cancel function.
But there are two ways to shut off the cruise control:
1. Pull the stalk toward you;
2. Press the button at the end of the stalk, which shuts off the cruise control. (Press it again to turn it back on.)
Can anybody tell me please: with the Costal switch do you lose BOTH of these methods to cancel the cruise control? Or can you still use the button at the end of the stalk to shut it off?
I've also heard mention of erratic cruise control behavior with Cosatal's switch. Can anybody describe what changes about the cc with Coastal's switch? It looks a lot easier to install than any of the DIY methods.
Brian said:You are able to turn on and off the Cruise Control by using the on/off button on the end, but the wire that needs to be there for the cancel is used for the EV button.
What is it you are looking for? All the functionality of the CC itself is in the HV ECU. One wire goes from the HV ECU to the CC stalk, and from the stalk to ground. In the CC switch assembly is a resistor network, where applying a certain resistance to the HV lead to ground indicates a specific CC function. On/off is straight ground. Cancel has the most resistance. In reality, in combination with the circuitry in the HV ecu, a voltage divider is created, so that the resulting voltage determines the CC function.scooterkb said:Hey, two questions:
1. Does anyone have an updated website for the cruise schematics for a 2005 prius?