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Thread: DIY: Installing a Daox cruise control kit & enabling in ETACs

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    Does anyone have a source for the X-horse drivers and ETAC Decoder software?
    No download links are functioning for me.



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    Quote Originally Posted by mohammad View Post
    yes you could, be ware that some clock springs do not contain the required wires for the oem steering wheel buttons. read more at post #44 here https://mirageforum.com/forum/showth...ll=1#post82458
    I was able to install the switch, as the wiring was already there. Now I have to get someone to enable the ETACS, and confirm the my pedal switches don't need anything.

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    Sorry to revive an old threah. i've been trying to do this on my 2018 EU spec mirage/space-star

    However, since i have start-stop fucntionality, the clutch switch is already there. The downside is, my brake switch only has 2 wires coming from the little white plug. and the part number that was referred to here, doesnt fit the plug at all its completely different.

    i managed to do my programming already. so that's taken care of. im pretty sure the only thing left to do is figure out how to fix the brake switch, so that it gives the required signal.



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