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How to Install Cruise Control on a 2013 Nissan NV

When you’re ready to install cruise control in your 2013 Nissan NV, you’ll be glad to know that The Cruise Control Store is ready to help. Our complete aftermarket kits, such as the Rostra 250-9606 for this vehicle, include everything you need to either install the kit on your own, or to take your car to a professional to have it installed at a shop. If you want to go it on your own, we provide helpful videos and instructions, and our technicians are happy to answer any questions you may have during the process.

The Installation Process

Installing cruise control kits is easier than you might think. Whether you’re a DIY-er at heart or you prefer to have your automotive work done in the shop, The Cruise Control Store is ready to help you. We offer detailed instructions as well as helpful videos for the DIY crowd. If you’re doing it yourself, you’ll also be able to contact our technicians, who are skilled professionals and who can answer any questions you might have.

Video Installation Instructions

  1. Take the column-mounted cruise control switch, and attach it on the plastic shroud that surrounds the steering column.
  2. Find the T-harness that goes to the original equipment gas pedal. Here, you’ll find the connector—disconnect the original equipment connector that goes to the gas pedal and plug in the one from the cruise control kit.
  3. Plug the original equipment connector into the female connection.
  4. Rout the wires away from anything that moves, including the steering knuckle. Then, make a connection to the ignition power in the vehicle, at the fuse box.
  5. The connector right underneath the fuse box has a red wire. The cruise control kit’s red wire will go to the red wire at the fuse box, and that is a true ignition source we can use.
  6. Next, make two connections at the vehicle’s OBD2 port. Take our red wire to pin 6, which is a blue wire, and our black wire to pin 14, which is a pink wire. Make sure all these connections are soldered.
  7. Tuck the module out of the way. Here, we have it mounted to a cross-brace underneath the driver’s dashboard.
  8. Two connectors are coming down from the cruise control switch that is mounted on the plastic shroud. There is a white 3-pin and a black 3-pin, and each will plug into its respective connector.
  9. Finally, tie wrap everything out of the way, and you’re done installing cruise control.

At The Cruise Control Store, we’re dedicated to ensuring all of our customers are completely satisfied with their purchases, and we do everything we can to make sure that happens. For over 25 years, we’ve been offering cruise control kits for a variety of makes and models, including the 2013 Nissan NV. To learn more about these kits, contact us today to find out which one is best for your vehicle.