Discussion in 'Do It Yourself' started by PatchyBoy, Jan 29, 2013.
@ramjn manufactured : June 2010 (EP 90hp.)
As far as I know, things are even more complicated in Punto than Linea. But, anyway I would be delighted to see your research in this area. Do let me know if you need any assistance from me in this regard. Will be happy to assist. As I am currently in USA, I can help source any part if you need.
@ramjn That's so generous of you. Will keep you posted, if I could crack anything substantial in this. Sure will seek your help too if and when needed.
@ ramjn, My car has the latest ECU (2014) where the Emotion gets CC. However I have dynamic variant, any thoughts on how CC can be activated.
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Watching this thread. One of the two things I aspire my punto to have in it is CC.
Thanks for reviving this thread on installation of CC.
The other one is new Linea type sturdy driver armrest which has nothing to do with electricals and quite easily done being a mechanical job.
@PradeepM - No one has tried that to my knowledge. But, I am guessing that should be definitely possible. Fiat wouldn't have given different ECU's between Dynamic and Emotion variant. I am 90% confident that it should be possible. And now that Fiat is providing the CC in Emotion variants, we should be able to source the CC Stalk from FASS itself.
Hi can someone help me with a link from where I can download English version of Linea eLearn?
If you are looking for the GP eLearn, here it is - http://www.fiat-bg.com/Downloads/Books/Grande_Punto/ (Credit goes to @PatchyBoy)
And there is another thread which could be of interest to you - http://www.teamfiat.com/threads/cruise-control-for-fiat-punto.3409/
Thanks @ramjn. Appreciate your response. But I already downloaded the fiat GP eLearn and training manual from fiatforum.com. And yes. I have gone through the thread you have referred to.
But I need the eLearn and/or workshop training manual for Linea. Will check the link fiat-bg.com also to check if I can find something for Linea.
@V. K. Pasupathy - Check the quoted post and the link.
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