desertfjr Posted March 21, 2016 Share Posted March 21, 2016 What I wanted in my cruise control install sent me to the Aussie route and I procured a factory Super Tenere control and had at it. The Aussie kit arrived and as I took time to look over all of the custom components I am impressed with the attention to detail. I purchased all factory connectors and the proper crimping and installation tools when I did my Tech Day this winter and install all of my farkles. I understand the cost of all of those little connectors and the associated tooling. Throw in the electrical engineering knowledge required to create the interface harness for this and I was quite aware of the cost of building such a piece. Here is a pic of all of the goodies that were going in... After you have every laid out...my recommendation to to take everything off...strip the FJ down to at least this level... The main two plugs you are after for the Super Ten install are the two white plugs in the center of this picture. The harness plugs into these and the SuperTen switch plugs into the other two plugs at the top. We'll tuck them all away nicely later. The one tight fit is the tach signal thats picked up off the plug. That's where the son's smaller hands came into play... All mounted up the factory controls look right at home... I chose to mount my LED indicator down below the dash. I milled a small aluminum mount to hold the LED. I like being able to just glance down below the dash to see if its on. I think its a little more visible there then back in the switch gear. There are many ways to skin this cat. When all is said and done I couldn't be happier with my install. The unit functions beautifully. It's fully integrated with a factory look which was important to me. You need to be able to disconnect a few wires from connectors with this install. You'll need a couple of small picks or jewelers screw drivers to complete it. But if you take your time its not anything that anyone with a little mechanical background can't handle. As I have included with many of the writeups on my farkles on the FJR Forum...patience and refreshments make just about any job doable. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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