Change the cruise control switch.
The Chrysler Sebring cruise control switch is located beneath the dashboard, on the drivers side. The cruise control switch should be labeled as such.
The most probable cause for your malfunctioning cruise control is a blown fuse. The fuse might have blown while you were changing your switch. The cruise control fuse can be found in the fuse box.
On most vehicle the brake switch is one way to shut the cruise off.
Most cars have a switch to disable the cruise control. To permanently disable the cruise, remove the fuse for the circuit.
If the cruise control on your 1987 300ZX does not work, you might have an issue with the cruise control fuse or wiring. You could also have a problem with the switch that turns the cruise control on and off.
The cruise control relay on a 1994 F150 is operated by a switch behind the horn pad and airbag on the steering wheel. The switch will probably need replacement if the cruise control in your vehicle is malfunctioning.
most cruise control problems are caused by a leaking vaccum canister that controls the throttle on the cruise, your switch is probably fine.
The cruise control switch on a 1993 Lincoln Town car is attached to the master brake cylinder under the hood. Ford had a recall on this car because the cruise control switch could lead to a fire.
No. The Cruise Control is controlled by the engine ECM. If your cruise control isn't working, you probably either have a bad switch to actuate the cruise control, or a brake pedal switch which is in constant contact, and thus telling the computer it's engaged when it isn't.
It's near the brake pedal or brake light switch.... It deactivates cruise control