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Old 09-19-2010
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Installing Cruise Control on a 2003 XLT Supercab

Has anybody ever done this before? I would love to have cruise control on this Ranger that i just bought that has an automatic transmission. Greatly appreciated if anybody could give me some insight on this.... THANKS!!
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look by your wiper fluid reservoir. do u see a connector with bout ten wires clipped to the fender? if so just follow this how to:
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