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250-9618 2012-2022 Chevy Spark Complete Cruise Control Kit Auto Transmission

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This a complete Rostra cruise kit for the 2012-2022 Chevy Spark. This kit is applicable to the automatic transmission only. If you have a manual, you need the 250-9619 kit. Installation instructions included and located below as well.  This kit does NOT require dealer programming. Please call with any questions on this kit.


Spark Installation Instructions

6 Reviews

  • 5
    Add-on Cruise Control Unit

    Posted by Terry Edwards on 11th Jan 2024

    Installed and working, installation was pretty straight forward and easy.

  • 4
    Restraining cruise control

    Posted by Annie on 18th Aug 2022

    The instructions for an installation on a 2022 Chevy spark aren’t updated . Called the cruise control store twice for the mechanic to get instructions, otherwise very satisfied. The cruise works great. **** Very sorry for the issues with instructions. New kits are now shipping with the addendum for the newer models. ****

  • 5
    Easy install and Great Service

    Posted by Erick Verkest on 1st Jul 2022

    The installation is simple and it works great, instruction are clear and detailed, keep in mind that car companies change little things occasionally, so included with the instructions the store adds instruction updates, I gave them a call and the person who answered was incredibly knowledgeable and solved my problem in seconds. I couldn't be happier. Thanks.

  • 4
    Easy install and works great

    Posted by T.S. on 17th Oct 2019

    I bought this for my daughter's car as she has started commuting to college a few days a week. The cruise control system was easy to install (2.5 hours) and works flawlessly. The hardest part was trying to find out how to take the steering column cover apart to install the actual control arm. There was nothing in the instructions and I could not find anything on the internet for this particular vehicle. Where there are supposed to be screws per previous model years descriptions, there was nothing. I finally figured it out and it was very easy to install after that. If anyone is wondering...There is a screw in the bottom and then where a previous reviewer stated he had screws there are tabs you need to pry out instead. You turn the steering wheel 90 degrees and you will see a long 'U' shaped tab at the front of the column cover, get a small screwdriver and pry the tab out slightly. Turn the steering wheel 180 degrees in the opposite direction and you will see another long 'U' shaped tab, pry it out slightly and the steering column cover should pop apart. The only reason I did not give this 5 stars is there are no vehicle specific instructions for removing the steering column cover. Overall I am very pleased with the design, function and easy of install. I would definitely recommend it to others.

  • 5
    easy to install

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Mar 2018

    Works great and it will keep me from getting a speeding ticket

  • 5
    Easy install on 2017 Spark LS automatic transmission

    Posted by William Carpenter on 4th Mar 2018

    This is an easy install, most difficult part being the top steering column cover. I used a "add-a-fuse" in the under dash fuser box for the red wire. I also used the diagnostic harness. These two together allowed me to avoid splicing wires which I don't like to do, for trade-in value reasons. If you put your hand up high above the area that contains the lighter socket and audio USB connection you will find an opening the is a very good place to put the box and extra wiring. I used velcro to fasten the box to the plastic surface. The diagnostic harness is the perfect length to reach from that area and the diag connector with nothing left over. Regarding the steering column cover. Remove screw from bottom side. Turn the wheel half-way in both directions to remove the two front facing screws. The upper and lower parts have a plastic mating pin on each side. Using a larger screwdriver or other device put a little separation pressure on the underside of either front corner section where the two pieces mate. You should see a slight space appear where the two sections are trying to separate. push a smaller screwdriver into this crack and the two should pop apart without damage. The pin and the mating hole have a snap fit The back part will separate with no problem. I drilled a 3/8 hole 1/2 in below the headlight switch hole and also remove the headlight switch connector so it would not be in the way. I positioned the cruse switch so that I can see the led light below the steering wheel spoke with the wheel straight ahead level. With these cruise controls I think it is important to be able to see the led light. If you can get this far the rest should be easy. I might also add that the cruise that I put on my 2014 spark four years ago was well received by the chevy dealer when I traded for my new car. I have been installing these since back in the nineteen sixties. Back in those days we had to attach magnets to the drive shaft since there was no crank sensor or other electronics. Rostra has been very good about keeping up with the times.