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This should be safe logically and based on personal experience. Most cruise control systems use engine vacuum to pull on the throttle cable and the vacuum is always there when the engine is on anyways, so there is nothing mechanical running behind your system switch. 2012 Mazda 3's have either electronic throttles or cable. The cruise control system with ...


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As you say, the M52 engine does not have an electronic throttle. However, the M52 was available with cruise control, so retrofitting the BMW system will be the neatest solution (as a bonus, you'll get audio controls on the steering wheel!). BMW actually produced a standard kit for dealers to retrofitting cruise control, which makes your life easier. This ...


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There are actually choices for you out there. I'm not sure if these exact Universal Cruise Control units would work, but it should give you some ideas: Rostra Universal Electronic Cruise Control 250-1223 Another possible option: Audiovox CCS100 Universal Vacuum Cruise Control A buddy of mine installed one on his car (older Nissan) and it worked perfectly ...


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Did it stop working about the time you had the work done to your car (about 7 months ago I think you said)? Could be your mechanic didn't hook it back up, either physically or electronically. If so, take it back to that mechanic and have them take a look. You can check the photo you posted in your other thread, there are two cables which are to the right of ...



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