just ordered the mopar kit from jeeppartsmall.com part # 82209481AB = $192.70 plus shipping, and is supposed to include EVERYTHING. get the factory kit, not aftermarket. you'll be glad you did. easy to follow instructions also, or have your local mechanic install it for you
I installed a factory kit on my '06. It took me about two hours. You will need to open up some connectors and insert wires/pins. Just be careful and DO NOT force any connectors. After you open the connector to insetr the pin, there is still a keeper in place that must be remoed to install the pin. And be sure to carefully re wrap the cables where you opened the connectors.
Just a note, some jeeps are prewired and makes installation a lot easier (and fewer parts a necessary. I think there are fewer parts to buy. I believe jeepsareus has the info about the parts that are not needed.). I know there are posts here or other forums. If you are prewired, there is a connector by the brake booster.
Not intended for regular use...just for those times on long trips where I need to give my foot a break for a few minutes on a fairly flat stretch of open road. Sure beats having nothing...but eventually I do intend to shell out the dough on TRUE (safe and proper...) cruise control.
"We don't build great brakes because we think you don't know how to drive, we build them for the guy on the road in front of you that doesn't." - Black Magic Brakes
Don't mean to hijack the thread but am trying to add cruise myself. Jeepareus.com has got it...1999-2000 Jeep Wrangler Cruise control kit Speed Kit 1999 2000 6 or 4cyl but $500 is a little steep and I'm not terribly concerned if it's O.E. which this seems to be and is the reason for the high price. Can anyone make a recc for an aftermarket cruise control kit for 2000 TJ automatic 6L? TIA!