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I am considering fitting a Cruise Control to my Jan 2000 Citroen Synergie 2.0 HDi. Can you please inform me which model you would recommend for this car?

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I am considering fitting a Cruise Control to my Jan 2000 Citroen Synergie 2.0 HDi. Can you please inform me which model you would recommend for this car?

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Something like the CM25 would be a good choice – our premium series can connect into the existing speed signal within the vehicle and allows for fine adjustment on initial uptake and gain settings. The only other thing you may need is a clutch switch though many modern vehicles have one you can wire into. You can check it on the clutch pedal. I notice the model you recommend has a stalk control where as I think I would prefer a dashboard mounted control. What are the advantages of this model over the GC50, bearing in mind if I chose the GC50 I would also buy the ‘W’ or ‘X’ Interface which I think I would not need with the dearer model? The CM19/AP300 would be fine too – its very much down to personal preference when it comes to which command module to choose. So any one you prefer is ok. Our premium series cruise controls, which includes the CM19/AP300, can be fine tuned to suit the individual vehicle as the gain and initialisation is dialled into each cruise control computer once it h

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