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    cruise control and trip comp qs

    i dont think this is really technical if it gets moved :P

    cruise control, was having a fiddle on the m27 but nothing seemed to work, i gather 0 is on, do you just need to press it once or hold it etc?

    I is to increase the speed and R is resume or reduce speed?

    trip comp-i have the brake light check on as it cant find the brake lights! if there a way around this so it shows something else on the screen? and how do i flick between the functions?

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    Are you sure you didn't have your foot resting on the clutch at all as the switch takes hardly any pressure to activate, even a slight tap on the clutch and CC won't work as the switch instantly cuts CC off when the Clutch/Brake are pressed.

    I + R? Yes, you got it.

    I think the brake light one goes off as soon as you touch the brake pedal. It's just a test for the switch/light. There buttons on the right hand Stalk, the one closest to you cycles through the functions of the trip comp and the other resets info.

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    top front (nearest the dash) is ON/set
    top back (nearest you) is Resume - restores CC to the previously set speed
    Bottom is OFF - pressing the brake pedal or clutch will also switch it off

    With CC on, pressing the top fronty button increases the CC speed by 1mph, and the top back will decreae it by 1mph

    have a fiddle - CC is great

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    cheers guys trip on the right, cruise on the left stalk

    oh astraseal, its a mix and match of all the astras. and the brake light check wont go off as the rear light looms were rewired for the chevrolet lights
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    The '0' is to turn it off mate. The 'I' is to turn it on The 'R' reduces the speed or turns the CC on to the speed it was last activated at...
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    Pushing the buttons on the right hand stalk should switch off the brakelight check
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