good to post the correct wiring. As I pulled one old wire I just immediately plugged it from the new wire. The extra one went into the cruise control. I haven't run the car yet but all the functions worked that I tested, including the cruise light (2014).JUST added cruise control to my 2014 manual. Works great, I did a little research on a KIA web site and got wire schematics for the new harness so I did't switch up the connections. The Audio control has 6 wires( orange ,brown, pink, blue, yellow). Voice+Bluetooth has 4 wires(orange,pink,blue,yellow). Cruise control has 4 wires(orange,grey,red,yellow). and Trip cluster has 4 wires (orange,(black & green), red, .yellow). Also used a spark plug socket 13/16 to remove the wheel. Did not need a wheel puller, just loosened the nut and pulled it off.
Took about 45 minutes from start to finish, looks and works awesome.
It just made me add the latest odometer reading to my fuelly entry in addition to all the other stuff I put on there.Yeah, you lose all your stats when you disconnect the battery. But it is definitely better than running the risk of having that air bag go off while you're pulling it out. Small price to pay. Glad it worked for you. Awesome upgrade!
2 hours of labor? That's highway robbery. They must be budgeting in case they have problems with installation, perhaps even test driving it. Who knows.Went to my dealer to get parts, they were clueless as to if it was possible, so I showed them this article. They are willing to use my vehicle as the test subject to see if it is but for 2 hours worth of labor. So should I have them do it? And is there anybody in southwest or northeast Ohio that could do it for me? I've never had to pull a wheel off and I don't want to screw anything up.