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Old 10-03-2013, 08:06 PM
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disable cruise control with ids?

Hi, i have a newer 2012 f250 that i souls like to disable cruise control on, can this be done with auto ingenuity, our will the dealer have to do it with ids?
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I think you may find that that will take the UDS system to
reprogram that option. That is if they even know how to do that.

My question to you is why?

One way to disable it would be to un-hook the on/off switches.

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I think you may find that that will take the UDS system to
reprogram that option. That is if they even know how to do that.

My question to you is why?

One way to disable it would be to un-hook the on/off switches.

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Oh, my company doesn't "believe" in cruise control, they say it makes the driver complacent.... So, they have maintenance disable it on every pickup we get if Ford doesn't do it for us.
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just tell the retards in management that it's no longer possible.

maybe I just like disturbing fecal matter, but I'd love to ask your "management" how many of their company cars have cruise disabled to reduce complacency
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