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I do a lot of highway driving, and to me the CC is slow to react, both with accelerating and decelerating to maintain the set speed. Can the car's computer (forgive my ignorance, I don't know its technical name) be reprogrammed to adjust the change parameters that engage the throttle?
 

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My apologies, I just realized I put this in the wrong forum. Moderators, can you please move to the appropriate forum? TIA
 

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Done.
 

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Thank you! NOW ANSWER THE QUESTION!!!<img src="http://www.clubwrx.net/ubb/mad.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Mad" class="inlineimg" />

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The only answer I have for you is that I've never heard anyone do what you're asking.

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If you want a ride that will buck you to death from sudden acceleration and deceleration I’m sure there is some far flung way to do it. However no tuning software that I’ve seen allows that to be changed.
 

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It sounds like what you're looking for in cruise control is very different than what the majority of the market has to offer. The only brand that I can think of that has "cruise control" set up in the way that you are describing is Tesla in their "auto pilot" mode. But even then, that system is not perfect. Cruise control is weird. I personally never use it.
 

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I suppose you may be right, but I don't want the ability to follow behind another car or for my car to take over all actions.

I live in a very hilly area, so it just seems that the CC takes too long to adjust. I'm down 2mph as I climb a hill before the system engages the throttle. And then I end up being 2-3mph over my set speed when after I crest and start to decline. I'm talking at highway speeds, of course, not surface roads.
 

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That’s normal for just about every vehicle.
 
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