A 2002 Intrique is an all electric cruise control. The fuse for the cruise control is in the passenger side dash panel. The controller box is located on the driver side strut/spring tower. A cable runs from the throttle to this box, which has a winch inside. This winch has a flat nylon ribbon on it that attaches to the cable just outside the box. If the controller is working, the nylon ribbon has broke. A new box is ~ $200. A roll of the perfect size strap is 80 cents at Wally world. Sew the new ribbon to the old making very sure you get the length as close as possible. If it is too long, you will set the cruise on 80 and it may not pull the throttle til 35, no problem, just shorten the cable. On the opposite side make sure there is enough slack to let the throttle close when the box is off. Hope this helps.
There are no cruise specific fuses. The cruise power comes from the engine computer.There are no cruise specific fuses. The cruise power comes from the engine computer.
The cruise is ran by the same fuses that power the computerThe cruise is ran by the same fuses that power the computer
Speed control is Chrysler's name for cruise control. The speed control relay on your Wrangler supplies power to the vacuum servo for the cruise control. This servo opens or closes the throttle plate in the throttle body based on commands from PCM when your cruise control is set.
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The air blower and the cruise control are completely powered by separate fuses. It is possible that both have blown fuses.
A. There is no "Cruise Control Relay" per se. The power for the cruise control comes through fuse #14 in the fuse box. From there it goes to the Cruise Control Switch. However, the Cruise Control Module is above the Fuse/Relay box, behind the dash board. There is a special cruise control tester, VAG 1466, that Volkswagen plugs into the system to pinpoint malfunctions. I think it would be worth the money to just have Volkswagen check the system if you find the fuse is not the problem.
Reconnect everything EXACTLY as it was prior to the manifold replacement.....look for either a disconnected vacuum line or electrical connector to the cruise control servo - check the fuse that supplies power to the cruise control - check for 12v power to the servo (got a test light or a multi-meter ?) hope that helps.....
Yes and no. It is not a separate fuse. The same fuses that power the engine computer also power the cruise system. So if the engine runs, it is not a blown fuse.
Check fuse and/or power relay that controls the speed control.
The cruise is ran by the same fuses that power the computer. You need to check the computers for trouble codes.
Depending on the age and model of the vehicle you have, the fuse which is associated with Cruise Control will either specifically say 'Cruise Control.' Other associations, such as with Ford, Chevrolet, and General Motors, the fuse box may say: "Ancillary" "Accessories" "Drive" finally, if the Cruise Control has been added after leaving the assembly plant, the Cruise Control power source may be connected to "Clock" "Display" and even "Radio." European makes may require direct reference to the vehicle manual for specific numerals.
Depends on which computer you are referring to. You have a climate control module, power-train control module, etc.
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The horn fuse is under the hood next to the battery. It also controls the power to the steering wheel's cruise control buttons. The fuse is 10 amp.
The button on the inside left of the steering wheel is the power button to turn on the Cruise Control. The buttons on the inside right of the steering wheel control the acceleration and deceleration of the cruse control. To initialize cruise control you must get the car up to speed, turn the cruise control power button on. Then once at the desired speed depress the minus (-) button on the lower inside left of the steering wheel one time to engage. From there you can choose to go faster or slower by pressing and holding down on either the + or - symbol's.
I found a great mechanic in the area and within 2 hrs and 70.00 dollars later he found there is a screw in switch up and behind the brake pedal with a "plunger type of mechanism" which over time the cruise control cut-off switch managed to "unscrew itself" which caused the cruise control not to engage. He has my business.
77 Speed control power relay circuit It means there is something wrong with the cruise control system. Usually, this code refers to the servo that controls the throttle opening when the cruise is activated.
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Some things do not have power until a demand is made of them. The dash lights and cruise control are two that work that way.
If the cruise control system fails to power on, i.e. the light on the cruise control switch does not light, check the fuse. If the fuse is not blown, there may be a problem with the wiring or the cruise control module itself. If the system powers on but it fails to keep the vehicle at speed when engaged, the vacuum hose between the cruise control module and the actuator may be faulty. The cruise control module can be found at the rear of the engine compartment near the driver's side door. A black vacuum hose runs from the module to the actuator, which is a round black plastic object which is connected with a cable to the throttle. Disconnect the vacuum hose from the actuator and inspect the end. If it is cracked, you may be able to cut 1/4" from the end of the hose and reconnect it.
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sounds like a cruise control relay sounds weird but i have a 04 and it happened to me and that is what the dealer replaced
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The Mercedes SLK comes standard with 17 inch wheels, automatic wipers, auto-dimming rearview and sideview mirrors, cruise control, automatic climate control, power seats, driver memory functions, eight speaker sound system, LED running lights, cruise control, and power tilt. Also standard is blue tooth and audio connectivity.
Most likely candidate, is that the blue stud on the throttle body that the cruise control cable connects to broke off. Maybe a fuse. If not these smaller things then could be relay or the controller box on side with power steering pump and a/c evaporator.