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Old 04-09-2017, 02:27 PM
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Adding Adaptive Cruise Control - Complete!

Hi Everyone. I am new to this forum, not new to this industry. I have an ongoing thread on another board, but thought I would share on this platform as well.

I have a 2016 F150 502a, this will not work on XLT systems due to the harness behind the dash and IPC screen. Perform this mod at your own risk. The parts list and required FORScan changes are posted below. Enjoy!!!

BATTERY - Disconnect it.

HUD - Easy to remove the blank plate and add in the HUD module. Two retaining clips on either end with the HUD wire connected to the blank. Remove the plate with a small screw driver or trim removal tool - pops right out. Straight forward to install new trim plate and the HUD module. Easiest part of the install!

WIRING HARNESS - The new harness powers fogs and the new CCM module. The connector you can see from the top by the passenger headlight assembly. It lays horizontal in a small triangular space. Getting it out was a challenge until I removed the bumper. Three bolts on either side and the bumper is off and the harness is right there. Knowing what I know now I might be able to get the harness out without pulling the bumper, but only because I've done it one time.

SENSOR MODULE - The new bracket goes in very easy. Level the new sensor and you're good to go using the top alignment screw and a reverse torx socket. Three plastic retainers in the bumper itself; two screws in the top of the bracket to the metal frame behind it.

STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS - Make sure the battery is disconnected and that there were no airbag faults prior to disconnecting the battery. Always keep away from the face of the airbag and handle the unit VERY carefully. If dropped, do not reinstall the airbag. Getting the airbag out with two hex wrenches was easy. You can lift it right out and sit it on top of the wheel assembly. Two wiring connectors inside you need to pull off their retainer, but do not have to disconnect. One on either side (green and brown).



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Old 04-09-2017, 04:11 PM
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I have to tip my hat to you guys who take the time to figure out how to add features to our trucks that didn`t come with them from the factory.

I take it the parts list to figure these things out might be the hardest but I could be wrong.

Thanks for the posting.
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Old 04-10-2017, 06:53 AM
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First, welcome to FTE! Second, that may be the best-done how-to I've ever seen. Good job!
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I'm jealous. I want this on my 2016 Expedition (even though it didn't even come standard) haha. I wonder if there is a way to do it? I saw some guy on ford-retrofit website add lane keeping assist to his Taurus that didn't come standard with it.
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I was gonna say, you can't list part numbers on a how to thread because then people can actually do it! Thanks.
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any suggestions if I can do it on my 2011 explorer xlt ?
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Amazing!
I wonder if it would work on my 2017 ?
I think the option was close to three times the cost of the parts!
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