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The delaers can be reluctant on adding items that are not listed as tequipment , mainly becuase they would have to honour any claim made if it either did not work or caused a fault as a result of fitting. The cruise can be retro fitted by simply adding the correct stalk module and changing the column shroud for the correct replacement. After the hardware has been installed the workshhop then need to recode the steering column electronics module , to activate the cruise function. You may find them more responsive if you fit the parts yourself , and ask for a recode of the column electronics. This has been the approach i've used when fitting the multi function steering wheel controls and alarm upgrade to my vehicle.

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Is it possible for Cruise Control to be added to a 997TT by the Dealer?

You have a 997TT w/o cruise control?

Correct me if I'm wrong but I thought cruise control was standard equipment on all 997s maybe w/ the exception of the GT3.

Unless you do a lot of 'open highway' driving cruise control is one of the less used features.

Now if Porsche had the 'smart' cruise control (senses vehicles in front) it might get used more.

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