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Glad it went well for you !OK Today I too added cruise to my 2016 Base Manual....and all the advice was splendid and made the job less intimidating and actually pretty simple. I guess the few points that I found were that two hands are better than one. My brother helped me holding lights and pulling connectors apart while I pried the keeper away from the connector tabs. Also, it was not obvious at first that marking the a dot on the threads and the then the steering wheel was the way to index their positions. In taking the air bag off, we used a piece of metal stock that would just fit the holes and had a flat end...as my Phillips screw driver did not stay in contact with the spring loaded keepers well. Finally, when placing the switch component onto the steering wheel, it seemed reasonable to place the small end with the tab in place first and then slip the two pillars(for screws) into place, but we could not manage that. By placing the pillars on the larger portion in place first, the small end was pressed home without difficulty. Other than that, I believe that all the detailed instructions from page 31 are more than enough to enable anyone (or two) to do this job simply. All tolled, maybe 30 min start to finish....Works perfectly. Oh, and I got my parts from the same source $76 delivered.