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Old 11-09-2017, 11:12 PM   #451
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Originally Posted by CTScott View Post
I need ecu part number for yaris sedan1300 cc ATM old shap
That support cruise control
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Old 11-10-2017, 04:50 PM   #452
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My apologies if this has been asked before. I'm going to attempt this project for my wife's car. I'm not super mechanical, but I'm going to try my best and pray that I don't mess up her car! She has a 2007 Yaris with automatic transmission. I'm wanting to use the OEM stalk setup and I've read through much of this thread and the 2006-2011 Yaris – OEM Cruise Control Installation PDF. However, I'm not sure if her car is Sedan with power OR Sedan without power. Not even sure what that means. She has power locks, power windows, manual seats, automatic transmission, manual side view mirrors, and obviously no cruise control. I included an image from the guide here. Which applies to me? The one I circled in RED or the one I circled in BLUE

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