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Adding steering wheel controls/cruise control to base Elantra SE

so basicly i got a 2017 Elantra SE base model and love it im trying to make it "mine" one way is changing to an aftermarket radio and adding cruise control. now when looking for this stuff i come to find out the only cruise control i can get is the stupid aftermarket one that sticks out of the steering colum and i really dont want that. so what i want to do is to get one of these (cant post links yet, its on ebay search OEM steering Wheel Remote Auto Cruise Control Kit For HYUNDAI 2017 Elantra AD) its the buttons for the elantra AD which from what i can gather is basicly the elantra but a different name for a different market, i cant find any differences and even had a OEM part checker said it would fit my car. i dont think that all of the hardware for cruise control is in the car waiting for the right buttons (which would be nice but then i would probably see "aftermarket" ones that just add the buttons instead of add the lever) but buttons are buttons so the plan is to get a aftermarket cruise control module and wire it to the steering wheel controls instead of the steering column controls it comes with. and to do the steering wheel radio controls i might have a place to plug them in but i might have to hardwire them myself. any thoughts? tips? tricks?
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I'm not smart enough to answer nor attempt this. But some of the fellas might be able to help you. This subject has come up before. Just keep checking back. And try the search option on the page header, in the meantime.

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GM was really dirty on this issue, changed the steering wheel, no way to snap in the cruise switch, had to buy a new steering wheel first, also the clocksprings were missing, really hard to find these parts.

Daughter's 2015 Soul base was not too bad, dealer told her if she wanted cruise, to this place, will charge you 750 bucks for an aftermarket, but she has a dad. saw that blank snap in panel where this switch should go with a photo in her owners manual. Found a place on the internet that sells OEM Kia parts and found the switch, also listed two harnesses, one with this switch other without.. Total order was 60 bucks, this was her Christmas and birthday present, works perfectly. Even the dash lights up.

Now the Hyundai, lost here, don't even know what the steering wheel looks like, does it have that blank panel?

Quick net search revealed this at:



Cruise Switch - Hyundai (96440-3S000-RY)



They also show the harness, want $49.68 for this switch, but can do another net search with that part number to learn if you can get a better price.


Radios are getting very difficult, not radios anymore but part of the data link system of the vehicle with all those alarms. Would trust Crutchfield for recommendations, dealt with them for years, very honest, least until recently, have no idea anymore.


Ha, for me, getting lazy, really wheel and deal for more options, saves a lot of headaches, and with this new stuff, where are the screws? You gotta have cruise, dang cars are so quite, can easy do 56 in a 55 and get nailed, not only by the government, but your insurance company as well.
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According to Shark Racing, the switch set is all you need.



"For cars without the cruise control option, installing this switch set will activate the cruise control, and you do not need to do anything else, you will gain the cruise control function."

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According to Shark Racing, the switch set is all you need.



"For cars without the cruise control option, installing this switch set will activate the cruise control, and you do not need to do anything else, you will gain the cruise control function."
Not saying it won't work but Shark Racing has been wrong before. They sold an auto headlight switch and a sensor for the 2013 they said was all you needed. Find out at the sensor there are missing wires if your car did not come with that option.

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Not saying it won't work but Shark Racing has been wrong before. They sold an auto headlight switch and a sensor for the 2013 they said was all you needed. Find out at the sensor there are missing wires if your car did not come with that option.
Is it, you don't know until you try, or is it you don't try until you know?

One option if you DIY.



Here is another 69 buck option.



Can't seem to find anybody that already tried this. From that photo in ebay, looks identical to the one in my Limited, best I could find on that SE steering wheel that same silver panel is blank. Good guess if all those other buttons will work.

Took a 70 buck gamble with my kid's Kia, instructed both my wife and daughter, no interruptions, unless the house is burning down. Really needed a one track mind and was very careful taking mental notes so if it didn't work, could put it back exactly the way it was. Ha, kept both fingers and legs crossed, took it for a test drive, it worked. Was done in less than an hour. Really have to extra careful in unsnapping this stuff. But it snaps together so nice.

You probably have to remove that airbai,sure don't want to kill yourself doing this. To be extra cautious, removed the negative battery cable first and put a rubber glove on it, could bounce back, and waited five minutes. My Limited looks kind of like the Kia, has three pins on the steering wheel that have to be pushed in, they do pop back out when you snap in the air bag, also has a couple of phillips on the rear.

But could look this up in the shop manual, question is, are you brave enough to try it. Looks like on this ebay unit, the cable is supplied with it. Ha, my wife told me I am amazing, but the first time I heard this from her daughter.
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Here is one photo from the manual to show you what you are in for, shows how to plug in the airbag connector. Have to say on that Kia, was real easy to plug that in, but getting it out was not. Used two very small jewelers screw drivers to very carefully pry it out, and you don't dare pulling on the wires, will break them off, not using 16AWG wires anymore. While my kid purchased her Soul in Milwaukee, checked with my local friendly Kia dealer if they would install it, said they are not allowed to do this.

Okay! (quietly said to myself, will do it myself)
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I will be popping off covers on my 17 basic manual trans model steering wheel to do a cruise control add-on and will post pics and tips in the coming weeks.
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I will be popping off covers on my 17 basic manual trans model steering wheel to do a cruise control add-on and will post pics and tips in the coming weeks.
Looking forward to reading this mod. I probably won't understand much of it, but I do love a great educational tip. Best of luck with this!

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Exciting update. I have emailed the guys at shark racing, asking them to verify if indeed their product on the link will give cruise control function to a manual transmission 2017 elantra that did not come with cruise control. He assured me that indeed his product will give cruise control for both manual and automatic trans models. I have also done some digging online on how people added cruise with various Kia models. There are quite a few youtube vids on this. I was concerned like others here that the wiring might not be available in my car, so I popped off my airbag/horn this morning to have a look. First off, I disconnected the battery and waited a half hour while I ate. Then I started on the airbag/horn. It comes off by shoving an allen wrench key (or something similar) into each of 3 holes behind the steering wheel. In the first picture, my finger is pointing to a small spring loaded button-looking thing which is on that fat steel peg. That is what you want to depress in each of the 3 holes. It will pop out nicely as soon as you push that button. The holes in the steering wheel are big enough to see inside so you will see it for yourself. Anyway, after removing the airbag/horn, I just folded it up, I did not disconnect it. Saw no need to risk damaging anything. I looked all around and saw that the units that are sold on ebay, the "U"-shaped ones with all the buttons on it are screwed onto the steering wheel from within. I will have to use one of those small ratcheting 90 degree phillips screwdrivers to get at them (see picture #2). But the best part of my morning was seeing the connector inside the wheel. See picture #3. In the red circle, you can see that there are 12 pins. The wire plug that goes in there only has 5 wires. The first black one is the horn, the 4 others go right to the trip computer buttons on the right hand side of my steering wheel. My left hand, empty side, has a big dummy plug and no wires leading to it. I am convinced that purchasing from shark or ebay which comes with the wire will work. I was happy to see a 12 prong connector of which only 5 are being used. Had I seen only a 6 wire plug to a 6 prong connector, I would consider myself unlucky and have to go with the rostra brand cruise and wire everything up myself. Anyhow, you can count on me taking the gamble and ordering the $50 ebay version and getting back to you all with a YAY or NAY as soon as the parts come in. One other point to keep in mind, apparently there are a couple of different controls available. Not sure of part numbers, but most have the smart cruise icon with an "OK" on the toggle switch (that toggle probably gets depressed to function as an "OK") while others lack the smart cruise icon and have a dedicated "OK" button. I know I'll end up with buttons that don't function for that and bluetooth, but ask me if I give a "cough". I'm just looking for normal cruise. Perhaps the radio functions will work for my cheapo, not-even-rds-radio they supplied me with or someday perhaps even that will be changed and I'll get a decent radio that can function from the wheel. Peace!
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