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Hey guys, i am searchin at many places but i cant find so maybe someone has done the same before.
Thanks to one post here i saw we can do retrofit cruise control, however at the tutorial there is 955 with different connectors for the dme, so installed the parts and put the wire ready now i dont know to which pin should i connect it. here is an image of my dme. All the pinout that i see, are talking only for the colorful pins and non of them have the full diagram, i search as touareg as well but still no luck. If you could helm i will apprichiate it a lot, anyways i apprichiate this group as it helped me many times 😛

957 3.6 here. 

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K44 - Geschwindigkeitsregelanlage =  cruise control system. There will undoubtedly be several items that are directly/indirectly related to cruise control, such as speed signal, brake signal, etc.

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On 12/25/2019 at 3:39 AM, Rick150 said:

This is the wiring for 957 Cruise Control, it gives the pinout numbers, is that any help?

 

Rex

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Yep, i can see pin 5 from steering colum goes to pin 18 as speed sensor! I heard about this but needed a confirmation, thanks a lot man! Another problem was solved thanks to this forum! All the best 🙂

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Hi there. Just read this thread. I’m doing the same mod to a 2009 GTS 4.8L. Do you know the speed sensor pin for that model please? The diagram above seems to only show that Pin 18 is for a 3.6L  Any help would be much appreciated. 

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