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Replacing the spiral cassette coupler in the steering column fixed a litany of issues in my steering wheel controls, but from time to time I'm still getting the Cruise Control Not Permitted Issue popping up albeit far less often and more self-correcting than before when it was always there.

Initially I thought it was related to an old battery as I was getting the HDC not available message that stems from low voltage (replacing the battery has completely fixed that) which I understand Land Rovers are in general quite finicky about. But that didn't remedy the cruise control.

GAP IID shows a fault of P0579-00 (2A) Speed control multi-function input A - circuit range/performance, easily cleared, and things go back to normal.

Any and all wisdom, advice, and/or hacks is/are appreciated.
 
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