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Old 07/21/21, 07:10 PM   #1
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Just because it works dosn't make it right Jason BC Broncos

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We have a great cruise control kit for the Coyote engine. It works great and is easy to install. You will wire a few connections to your body harness, mount the module and connect the pedal.
We have 2 options for the pedal:
The first connecting directly to the factory Ford Coyote pedal.
The second connecting directly to the Lokar upgrade billet aluminum pedal.
We have 2 options to mount the switch:
The first option is something that can be added or removed at any time without any modification to the dash or column.
The first switch option is mounted directly into the column cover that comes with the kit, which we offer in black or aluminum.
The second switch option allows you to mount the cruise control switch into the boot mounting plate of our new custom center console.
Whichever option you choose will make it easy to install cruise control, giving you the option of longer more enjoyable drives in your Bronco.
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