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Old 01-30-2010, 05:50 PM   #1
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DIY Cruise Control FAQ (2006-2010 Yaris)

There are many threads regarding DIY cruise control. The purpose of this one is to centralize all of the information.

By DIY Cruise Control, I am referring to using the functionality built into the US and Canadian Yaris' ECM, as opposed to installing a 3rd party cruise control system. All US and Canadian Yaris (2006+) have this capability built into the ECM. Thus far we have found that European and Australian Yaris do not.

The following chart details the scope based on year, transmission type, and DIY method. For methods, one may choose to purchase the Toyota OEM Cruise Control stalk (which mounts to the right side of the steering wheel) or to do the DIY switch method (which uses low cost push button switches and resistors to achieve the same functionality as the OEM stalk).

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Part Numbers:

Toyota OEM Cruise Control Stalk: 84632-34011

Toyota OEM Cruise Control Stalk Wire (Required to connect the stalk to the spiral cable, within the steering wheel): 84633-42030 or 84633-02020 (this new PN has replaced the other)

Lower Steering wheel cover (with the hole already in it for the cruise stalk):45184-52130-B0

ECM repair terminal (Used to add the connection to pin 40 of connector A21 of the ECM on Yaris where "wiring to the ECM" is required - Quantity 1 required): 82998-24250

Spiral Connector Repair Terminals (Used to add the two pins to the steering column end of the spiral cable on Yaris where "Extra pins to the spiral cable" is required - Quantity 2 required): 82998-12870

Cruise Control Clutch Switch (Required for all Manual Transmission Yaris): 88280-14030


Here is my complete installation guide for installing cruise control on any 2006-2011 US/Canada/PR Yaris with the OEM Cruise Control Stalk:

http://tinyurl.com/CruiseDIY


Threads with specific information / DIYs:

1. The original thread where we discussed if this could be done and made the discovery that it could:
http://www.yarisworld.com/forums/sho...e+module+%2425

2. My DIY for the 2 or 4 switch method. This thread details what is required to assemble the DIY switches and connection of them to the spiral cable connector on 2009+ Yaris, which have the wiring in place from the ECM to the steering column.
http://www.yarisworld.com/forums/sho...ght=diy+cruise

3. Vince87's DIY for 07-08 (really 06-08) detailing the ECM pin connection and clutch switch installation using the 2 or 4 switch method:
http://www.yarisworld.com/forums/sho...e+module+%2425

4. PeteZNY's DIY for installing the OEM stalk. This thread details pulling the airbag to install the OEM stalk on an 09:
http://www.yarisworld.com/forums/sho...cruise+control

5. A link to a post detailing my Cruise Control Indicator Module, which provides a visual indicator that cruise control is on for Yaris which don't have an indicator on the cluster:
http://www.yarisworld.com/forums/sho...5&postcount=67

6. A DIY that I put together that shows how to disconnect the ECM connector an how to install the pin in position 40 of connector A21:
http://www.yarisworld.com/forums/showthread.php?t=26444

7. I have some stalks with the wire and mounting screws for sale (I also have a couple of the cruise control clutch switches, required for MT cars):
http://www.yarisworld.com/forums/showthread.php?t=32442

8. I also have some of the repair pins for the ECM connector and the steering column connector:
http://www.yarisworld.com/forums/showthread.php?t=31763


The combination of the material in the above threads covers everything required from the chart above. You may have to use parts from more than one to cover your particular installation.


FAQs not covered above:

Where can I get the OEM stalk? From a Toyota dealer, eBay or junkyards. The stalk for the Yaris is also used on the following Vehicles:
Camry 04-09
ES300 04-09
Scion TC 04-09
Sequoia 04-09
4Runner 04-09
Corolla 08-09
ES350 06-09
FJ 06, 08
GS450H 06-09
GX470 04-09
Highlander 04-09
IS F 07-09
IS250 05-09
Land Cruiser 04-09
LX470 04-09
LX570 07-09
Prius 04-09
RAV4 04-09
RX330 04-09
RX400H 05-09
Scion xB 07-09
Scion xD 07-09
Tundra 04-09

The stalk wire is also used on the following vehicles:
Corolla 08-09
RAV4 05-08

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Old 01-30-2010, 07:40 PM   #2
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Clutch Switch for MT

So far this is the cheapest place I could find it:
http://www.google.com/products?q=airtex%201s5850

$14.62 + S&H
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Various shipping rates at the time of writing (basically $7.49 for CONUS):
AK - Anchorage (99501) . . . . $9.84
CO - Denver (80002) . . . . . . .$7.49
CA - Los Angeles (90001) . . . $7.49
FL - Tampa (33601) . . . . . . . .$7.49
MO - Kansas City (64101) . . . $6.13
NY - New York (10001) . . . . . .$7.49
WA - Spokane (99201) . . . . . .$7.49
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Old 01-30-2010, 09:04 PM   #3
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Super Nifty DIY 4 position switch for the resistor method

http://www.alliedelec.com/search/pro...px?SKU=9485541


where I installed mine
http://www.yarisworld.com/forums/sho...&postcount=187
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Old 04-08-2010, 12:09 PM   #4
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The clutch switch for Manual Transmission sells for $22.70 + tax at my local Toyota Dealer Parts Department. That should come out to the same, or less than, the above quoted $17 + shipping.

Also, Radio Shack, Lowe's, Home Depot and SEARS do NOT carry any four-way switches.
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Old 04-09-2010, 03:21 PM   #5
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Hi everybody, I have a Canadian 2007 Yaris and was wondering if someone from Canada tried the DIY Cruise control on their vehicle? I read that the ECM might not be compatible.
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Old 04-09-2010, 03:37 PM   #6
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Hi everybody, I have a Canadian 2007 Yaris and was wondering if someone from Canada tried the DIY Cruise control on their vehicle? I read that the ECM might not be compatible.
Thanks
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Canadian ECM's are fine. I am aware of a least a couple of people from Canada who have added DIY CC.
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Old 04-09-2010, 05:19 PM   #7
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Canadian ECM's are fine. I am aware of a least a couple of people from Canada who have added DIY CC.
Thanks a lot for the info. I will try it.
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Old 04-14-2010, 07:32 PM   #8
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Guys I really want to do this, I just bought a 2010 AT Mexican Yaris from the local dealer, but I don´t know if there´s any difference between mexican, american or canadian yaris. Am really close to the Arizona Border so I can easily buy the required parts but am afraid my ECM is not compatible, any ideas?
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Old 04-14-2010, 10:25 PM   #9
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Guys I really want to do this, I just bought a 2010 AT Mexican Yaris from the local dealer, but I don´t know if there´s any difference between mexican, american or canadian yaris. Am really close to the Arizona Border so I can easily buy the required parts but am afraid my ECM is not compatible, any ideas?
Mexican Yaris get a different ECM than US and Canadian ones, so you would definitely have to test it to see. The place to start is to measure the voltage on the ECM pin 40, with the ignition in the on position. If you see 12 Volts on that pin, then there's a good chance that it will work.

If you shine a flashlight around on your instrument cluster, do you see the two icons for cruise control?
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Old 04-15-2010, 11:26 AM   #10
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Ok, thanks for the info CTScott, am gonna check voltage and instrument cluster before start buying stuff ...So many things to do with this yaris.
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Old 05-17-2010, 11:13 PM   #11
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CONFUSED ON YARIS CC PART NUMBERS

Hi CTScott -

I have an auto 2010 Yaris 5 door hatch (U.S.) with the power package, I have the CC lamps on my speedometer counsel (unlit at this time), and want to put in the DIY CC. In your post you reference the following part numbers:

Toyota OEM Cruise Control Stalk: 84632-34011
Toyota OEM Cruise Control Stalk Wire (Required to connect the stalk to the spiral cable, within the steering wheel): 84633-42030
Lower Steering wheel cover (with the hole already in it for the cruise stalk):45184-52130-B0

However you also reference PeteZNY post (2009 Yaris 3 door hatch with power package) and he references the following part numbers:

84632-08021 Cruise control switch
84633-02020 Cruise switch wire
90159-50199 Screws (2)

But I'm confused??? What parts should I order?

Thanks!

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2009 Matrix - Added OEM RS3200 Security System, OEM Ipod connector, OEM Bluetooth
2009 Camry - Don't own techstream so had dealer tech add Security System, OEM Bluetooth (note: Toy tech messed it up RS3200 security install)
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Old 05-17-2010, 11:35 PM   #12
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Hi CTScott -

I have an auto 2010 Yaris 5 door hatch (U.S.) with the power package, I have the CC lamps on my speedometer counsel (unlit at this time), and want to put in the DIY CC. In your post you reference the following part numbers:

Toyota OEM Cruise Control Stalk: 84632-34011
Toyota OEM Cruise Control Stalk Wire (Required to connect the stalk to the spiral cable, within the steering wheel): 84633-42030
Lower Steering wheel cover (with the hole already in it for the cruise stalk):45184-52130-B0

However you also reference PeteZNY post (2009 Yaris 3 door hatch with power package) and he references the following part numbers:

84632-08021 Cruise control switch
84633-02020 Cruise switch wire
90159-50199 Screws (2)

But I'm confused??? What parts should I order?

Thanks!

CPCHRI1 Eastern WA State

2010 Yaris - Added OEM RS3200 Security System, OEM Ipod connector, OEM Bluetooth
2009 Matrix - Added OEM RS3200 Security System, OEM Ipod connector, OEM Bluetooth
2009 Camry - Don't own techstream so had dealer tech add Security System, OEM Bluetooth (note: Toy tech messed it up RS3200 security install)
1985 Toyota PU 22R (w/ LC Engineering timing case conversion kit and hardened OH Cam)


The EPC shows the 84633-02020 cable as being for the Corolla or Matrix, whereas 84633-42030 is for the Yaris and RAV4.

It shows the 84632-08021 stalk as being for a bunch of cars, not including the Yaris, where as 84632-34011 is shown for a bunch including the Yaris.

Apparently, in these two cases the parts not listed for the Yaris do work with the Yaris as well.

The screws are needed. The lower steering column cover is optional. You can either drill a hole for the stalk, or buy the lower cover with the hole already in it.
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Old 05-18-2010, 05:49 PM   #13
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Just did this mod today on my '10, 3door, base trim.

Soooo very easy and way cheaper than what the dealer wanted for an aftermarket setup at time of sale!

Thanks to everyone who put all the info together!
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Old 05-19-2010, 07:06 PM   #14
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I think I'm going to make a video DIY for this mod since it seems to be so popular. I just wanted to make sure that no one else has already made one - I don't want to be THAT guy
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Old 05-23-2010, 01:54 AM   #15
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Well there have been a few questions on this thread about drilling a hole or ordering a new wheel cover with the factory OEM hole. I just did this job but buying the new OEM cover instead of drilling so I decided to post some pictures of the OEM look and steps to do so. I have a 5 door hatch 2010 Yaris USA with the Power Package. This is not the least expensive way to do this job but it is OEM. It might look complicated to do but it's actually a pretty easy job with the right tools (you will need a steering wheel puller-borrow one or buy one at harbor freight for about $10). So here are the OEM parts that I used referenced in the threads posted by CTScott and PeteZNY and verified to work on my 2010 Yaris Hatch:

84632-08021 Cruise Control Engagement Switch (refered to as 'control stalk' in other posts)
84633-02020 Cruise Control Switch Wire
90159-50199 Screws (order quantity of 2)
45184-52130-BO Cover Steering Wheel (comes with the hole already in it for the cruise switch)

My cost for these new parts at the dealer were $120 US dollars. Note: I have an automatic transmission but if you have a manual transmission you'll also need the clutch switch.

One very reliable place to get these and other Toyota parts on line in the US is at:

http://www.toyotapartscheap.com/

This is a dealer in San Diego, CA (I have no affiliation with this dealer).

Steps:

1. Follow directions in PeteZNY's DIY for Airbag removal:
http://www.yarisworld.com/forums/sho...cruise+control

Just a couple of notes: The 2010 model uses a 30T Torx bolt to remove the airbag. Also what wasn't originally clear to me is the original horn wire and how the new switch wire connects. To clarify, the original horn wire you'll remove is a single wire in a 4 WIRE FEMALE CONNECTOR. This is removed from the spiral cable (PeteZNY calls this a "clock spring assembly"). When you install the new control wire switch the 3 wire female plug will go to the new cruise switch, you'll have a 4 WIRE FEMALE CONNECTOR that will plug back into the spiral cable where you unplugged the horn wire connector, and you'll have one wire for connecting the horn when you put the airbag back.

2. After disconnecting the main battery power, airbag, airbag wires and horn wire and setting the airbag aside, to install a new cover with the OEM hole, you'll remove the center nut and remove the wheel with a steering wheel puller. Make sure to bench mark the shaft pieces (I used a sharpie) so you'll put it back together the same. The thread holes for the steering wheel puller are 8mm x.1.25 on the 2010 Yaris.



http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3336/...bbbbcf55e0.jpg

http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4024/...0f8425cd53.jpg

http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4034/...af1dd641b9.jpg
3. Once you remove the wheel assembly from the car find a safe and clean place to remove the wheel from the old cover by removing the two small screws in the photo. The old cover (that some people are drilling) will pull off by lifting the release fingers at the bottom of the cover. After you get it off make sure you then remove the two torx bolts that are used to hold the airbag on.


http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3333/...40ef4f22e6.jpg
Here are some photos of the 45184-52130-BO Cover Steering Wheel:


http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4044/...b167a4d982.jpg

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3348/...10dcfa8dc6.jpg

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3379/...b8c3450e02.jpg
4. Reassemble. The Torque valve for the steering wheel center nut is 37 ft lbs or 50 N-m. The 30T torx bolts are 78 in lbs or 8.8.

5. For those who might want to know the new OEM cover hole is approximately 30 mm x 30 mm square.



http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3416/...ea8038bdf9.jpg
6. See CTScott and PeteZNY for additional assembly instructions.

Thanks especially to CTScott for your assistance - I really appreciated you taking the time to personally assist me in this effort and for making the summary post on this topic to begin with!

cpchri1

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Old 05-24-2010, 09:38 AM   #16
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Lightbulb Instrument cluster

Is the Instrument Cluster for 09-10 model is bolt-on to 06-08 model? Goal is to have my yaris '07 model with CC indicator on Instrument panel
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Is the Instrument Cluster for 09-10 model is bolt-on to 06-08 model? Goal is to have my yaris '07 model with CC indicator on Instrument panel
The newer cluster will work on the previous years, but I don't believe that the cruise control indicators will work, as the ECM has to send the message via CAN bus to the cluster to light up the indicator. From experimentation that I have done, I have noticed that an 07 ECM doesn't send the asynchronous message to the cluster when cruise control is activated.
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Is the Instrument Cluster for 09-10 model is bolt-on to 06-08 model? Goal is to have my yaris '07 model with CC indicator on Instrument panel
Also, I am about 90% sure that your car will not have the cruise control functionality built into its ECM, since it seems to be just USDM cars that have it.
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