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I think that the problem it's the ecu. For your operation the best solution it's to by-pass the pedal position potentiomiter. You need to know that it's normal to have 2 potentiomiter, and normaly the work in corss position. ( raise pedal 0V pot1-5v pot2 : full pedal 5v pot1 - 0v pot2). Usually that signal go directly in to the engine ecu. In the stqandard cruise control the control it's inside the engine ecu. The signal that you see it's only a copy of that signal, converted in degree position and send in the C-Can .
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That is indeed the idea
See http://www.arduino.cc/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1276318702/3#3

> Cruise Control obtained by breaking the accelerater pedels signal and send Controller signal
 
Thanks for your input: every bit of information or ok of my "ideas" is great
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