The problem could be vaccum related. Check if the air vents in the dash still blow air. If not, it's possibly a vaccum problem
The three buttons on the right side of the steering wheel are your cruise control buttons. On, off, and reset.
replace the whole steering wheel cause once the buttons have melted??...they wont work anyway.
Answerdouble check all you fuses ==========================================================I'm not a mechanic / technician but if your HORN and CRUISE CONTROL stoppedworking at the same time , it sounds like the CLOCKSPRING inside yoursteering wheel column cover* the clockspring allows you to turn the steering wheel without disconnecting the wiring connection to your horn and cruise control buttons
I'm not a mechanic / technician but if your horn and cruise control stopped working at the same time , it might be the clock-spring inside your steering wheel column cover . The clockspring allows a person to turn the steering wheel while still maintaining the electrical connections to your horn and cruise control buttons
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 clock spring would be inside the plastic steering column cover ( it allows you to turn the steering wheel without " breaking " the wiring connection to your horn and steering wheel mounted cruise control buttons )
if its the same as mine, the on and off are on the left, and the = + - are on the right. they are for your cruise control. on turns it on, =sets the speed, and + makes the cruise control engage.
You can't- You have to buy the whole cruise control buttons ( about 85 bucks from the dealer).
bad "clock spring" in steering wheel behind air bag
The clock spring allows you to turn the steering wheel without disconnecting the wiring to the cruise control buttons and horn in your steering wheel If your horn and cruise control don't work the clockspring is probably broken ( P.S. I'm not a mechanic / technician but my money would be on that guess )
No there is no light behind that switch
As far as I know the clock spring allows the wiring to the steering wheel horn and cruise control buttons to feed in and out when the steering wheel is turned
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.
There are a few reasons why the cruise control does not work in a car. The fuse could be out, the wiring could need replacing or something as simple as the buttons not working.
2004 sebring convertable cruise control not working - what to do?
I am afraid I don't understand. If you are talking about reseting as in to set a new speed, turn it on, or turn it off, etc, all the function controls are on the steering wheel. Beyond what is on the control buttons, there is nothing else you can do. All control functions are there. If you have a cruise control that is not working, then there is no reseting it. You have some kind of failure that needs to be diagnosed and repaired. Something is broken.
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the air bag needs to be removed in order to have access to the screws holding down the switch.
Cruise control is on...... activated by the buttons on the end of the indicator stalk - read your manual
Any auto junkyard should be able to help you.
probably a broken wire, either at the switches, or in the steering column
On my 2000 accord the cruise control panel on the left of the steering wheel is out. But the dashboard light still works and so does the actual cruise control. As long as the cc still works its not a big deal.
The steering is what controls the gauge in cruise control. This is in any car or truck.
If you mean the CONTROLS on the steering column (audio and cruise control buttons) are not working, there is a module buried deep within the steering column that allows the wiring from these controls (as well as the airbag) to maintain their connections to the vehicle circuitry even while the steering wheel is turning. It is called a "clockspring", and it's a bear to replace. Runs $350-500 at the dealer. This problem is very common to the LS.
Its not the button on the top!!! It's the button on the bottom the one on the top turns it off after it's on. to the left of the steering wheel, on the left side of the dash , there are two buttons; push the top one. the cruise control is then enabled, then press the set/ accel. button on the steering wheel.