Dakota Digital Cruise Control Kit for Cable Driven Speedometers CRS-2000 or CRS-3000-4165

MSRP: $295.00
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SKU:
CRS-2000 or CRS-3000-4165
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CRUISE CONTROL for CABLE DRIVEN SPEEDOMETERS

from DAKOTA DIGITAL

#CRS-2000 or #CRS-3000-4165

 

 

Please note: If you have a GM transmission, please order #CRS-2000. If you have a non-GM transmission, please order #CRS-3000-4165.

 

Here is Dakota Digital's description of this item:

Electric Servo Cruise Control for Vehicles with Cable Driven Speedometers - Includes electric servo, mounting hardware, wiring harness, electric speed sensor and choice of handle. Speed sensor attaches in-line with GM type-speedometer cable.

If installing on any vehicle that does not have an electronic Vehicle Speed Sender (VSS) or does not have a GM- type speedometer cable please order the CRS-3000-4165. The CRS-3000-4165 kit includes a magnetic drive shaft senders where magnets SEN-4165 are attached to the drive shaft to create a speed signal.

No vacuum needed for easy Installation.

Unit measures 5.5" x 4" x 3".

 

* May require the use of a SGI-5 (sold separately) on vehicles with electronic 700R4 and 4L60E/4L80E transmissions.

 

 Cruise Control Servo:


Handle Options:

HND-1 - Universal Cutoff Handle - Secures to existing turn signal handle shaft. 

HND-2 - Dash Mount Switch - Can be secured to or under dash for hidden operation. Unit Meaures 2" wide by 1-3/8" high.

HND-3 - Replacement GM Handle - Secures with single screw through flat end.

 

 


HND-4, HND-5, HND-6 and HND-7 have been discontinued.

 


   

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  • 5
    Good product

    Posted by Lee on 29th Apr 2016

    I have a 66 mustang. It was missing the magnet kit. I called Dakota direct; they had one to me in two days. It was simple to install. I called with some questions about shortening the wiring harness for a cleaner install; they were very quick with the answers. It seems to work quite well. It starts responding at about 35 MPH. Holds steady at 50MPH up or down hill. Can’t ask for more.