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Your dealership should have seen any underlying codes. Most Cruise controls I've worked on are used on the vehicles vacuum. that is where i would start, because on a grade your engine uses more vacuum pressure thus taking from some where else.
It needs everything else (wish it was that easy) If you want cruise fairly inexpensive, check online or at parts stores. They make universal cruise control kits (add on's) and ALOT cheaper than buying factory cruise parts and assembling.
You might want to surf the internet for Universal Cruise control kits. They are offered by TONS of auto parts chains & outlets. To fit OEM Jag cruise to yours that doesn't have (I presume) would be outrageously high dollar for parts. If you have speciality shop near you (non Jag dealer) ask them for recommendation.
Hello. To install cruise from a wreck is not possible for the home mechanic. Thre are kits available at most Auto Parts houses. The rust in your radiator is caused by someone using water instead of proper coolant. Buy a flushing kit at your local parts store and use it, following the instructions. You'll not have any more difficulties IF you keep a proper engine coolant in it.
search JC Whitney or Summit for an aftermarket system. Unless you want factory, then just call the dealer and ask for what the parts will cost. You will need reprogramming if you do it thru the factory
Probably depends on where you are based as to where you can get it from, but I just googled "Cruise control kit" and it came up with quite a few companies in different countries. Looks like some of the brands are a bit easier to accomplish a self-install, but if you have a look at the instructions for installation and it all looks a bit too complicated, it's probably best to choose one of the companies with an approved installer in your area. And before you buy the kit, get the installer to give you a quote so you know what you're up for. The only other option is to buy second hand original equipment from a wrecked car the same as yours, but there may be differences between the models and yours may not have the neccessary connections for the factory components.