Originally posted by aspera
The cruise control is super easy. I removed it and put it back on. It seemed to be a large function trade-off for a small weight loss. That all depends on where you drive.
If you commute to work and only drive long distances a few times a year, then you could easily install it only when needed.
in no particular order:
1. Unplug cruise control box, don't lose the rubber seal for the connector
2. Unbolt it.
3. Unscrew it from the throttle bracket.
4. Unhook it from the throttle body.
I have a Type RA Spec C steering wheel which also comes in the S202 and since it has no place for the cruise switch why should I leave the unit under the hood?