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Old 08-16-2008, 08:44 PM   #1
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Well the cruise control for my Winnebago Warrior need to be replaced.It is the magnetic type the runs off the driveshaft and not one that runs with a sensor out of the tranny.Can anyone help me find that type or a after-market cruise that I could fit to work.It's a Chevy P30 chassis.
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Well the cruise control for my Winnebago Warrior need to be replaced.It is the magnetic type the runs off the driveshaft and not one that runs with a sensor out of the tranny.Can anyone help me find that type or a after-market cruise that I could fit to work.It's a Chevy P30 chassis.
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Old 08-16-2008, 09:06 PM   #3
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Fellow, Go call Advance auto parts or Auto zone.Another place is Pep Boys. The only model i know of is a Audiovox. It runs around $100.00 and is a kit you can install or in the case of Pep Boys they can install it for you. Thats the only one I am aware of. You used to be able to get them installed by these Stereo places that install those High Powered stereos you here boom-booming down the road in town! They also used to sale Intermittent wipers and some even installed that Black out Sun Glass stuff you see on some vehicles! I would check all the above places for what you are looking for. Have a good one, Dan
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No leads on O.E.M. replacement parts from a RV source?.
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Old 08-17-2008, 04:48 PM   #5
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I found an after-market unit thru JC Whitney that would fit my Class C. I just don't think I want to spend the $$. Maybe for the truck conversion...

David said since the truck conversion will be our home for many years, I get to design and install all the goodies I want!
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fleamarketer, if you get to choose which pickup is used on the cruise control you plan to purchase, go for the one that picks up speed signal from ignition distributer rather than magnets on driveshaft type. Much simpler to install and works really well. I have installed both, and prefer the distributer pickup models.

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Sorry to come in on this post

My 350 Chev has a cruise option on the LH steering column stalk..

I have rebuilt the Rochester Carb, and although I have not connected every vacumn unit, I can't really see much that will hold the throttle open.

On the thottle pedal itself, there is a slide sensor device.. I assume this measures pedal position.. two questions,

Is the pedal postion to do with basic electronic ignition timing? (thought vacumn was use for that)

and, does it sound like there is no cruise fitted, just a button for it?

Any help always appreciated, I am learning


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