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I have a 2017 Chevy Trax LS. It did not come with cruise control. Does anyone have a good way to add cruise to the steering wheel as if it were a factory LT? I see that some put it on a stalk on the side, but I'm hoping for a way to add it to the steering wheel face.

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I am interested in purchasing one of cruise control kits, could you please contact me. I have a 2017 Trax LS AWD, this no cruise is starting to get to me.

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I’m looking for a cruise control Kit for my trax 2017, LS, and I saw some successful installs here in this forum, so, I’m very interested in to get one for me. Please let me know how can I contact you. Thanks in advance!
 

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Just after a quick search of time stamps id say Flyboy isnt around anymore unless he changed accounts cause of PM flooding.
 

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Had mine installed as part of buying the car. They installed in in the side of the steering column

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I sent him an email. If he replies, I will let you know. I also have his cell if need be. I bought mine from him in 2018 and it has worked great ever since. No issues what so all and it was pretty easy to install.
 

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I've got a 2018 Trax, would it be possible to get cruise control by installing a steering wheel with cruise switch and proper connections???
 

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You just need the switch and kit. No need for a new steering wheel. Check post #2 of this thread.
 

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What kit though? I want it on the steering wheel, not another sick coming off the steering column. I would definitely buy a steerling wheel if that was what was needed.
 

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Yes, you can get and have cruise control. There are aftermarket kits but it would be best to install OEM parts. The dealership needs to do this because programming is needed. A replacement steering wheel is needed, then beyond that, everything else needed should already be there.

this is the answer I rreceived back from justask.com
 
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