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How to fit Astra H cruise control using OPCOM 2010

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Last week I fitted Cruise Control to my Astra H. To do this all I did was purchase the Indicator Stalk and an OPCOM 2010 scanner. I have heard various prices of OPCOM device, but I personally paid €19.00 with delivery and was happy with that. Below is my process fitting cruise control:
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Install OPCOM software on your laptop
Hook up OPCOM to your laptop and vehicle
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Open up the software
First ECU you need to select is: IPC (The dash ECU)
Once the IPC is read ok check for any fault codes and clear them.
Now select “PROGRAMMING”
Next select “Engine Variant configuration” and change cruise control to “PRESENT”
Now select “PROGRAMMING” and wait till it says successful.
Once it is successful exit out of that ECU.

Next ECU to select and change is: CIM (Column integrated module)
Read the ECU and check for any fault codes and clear them.
New select “PROGRAMMING”
Next select “Engine Variant configuration” and change cruise control to “PRESENT”
Now press next till you can see “Country Code” and change to “GREAT BRITAIN”
Now select “PROGRAMMING” and wait till it says successful.
Once it is successful, exit out of that ECU.

Also needed to go into the engine ECU and do variant coding and say CC is present.

The cruise control is now activated. Close the software and remove the interface.

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