There are multiple things that can go wrong with the cruise control, you need to be more specific as to the problem your car is having. While traveling at highway speeds, the cruise control suddenly deactivated itself and would not come back on.
You will have to be more specific about the noise you are referring to, and/or where it is coming from. The cruise control itself is an all-electronic unit, it has no moving parts is not capable of making noise.
Generally cruise will turn itself off when the car is turned off, but it is always good to be sure, I always turn it off when I am not using it.
Could be a problem in the cruise control driver select switch. You will need a wiring diagram and a cruise control system overview to be able to diagnose and test this sytem. The cruise control computer may have capabilities of storing fault codes as well to aid in the diagnostic proceedure.
Cruise control is controlled by the PCM on all Cobalts regardless of automatic or manual, which communicates with the BCM which controls automatic transmissions. if there is a problem, it is either the button, the wiring, or the PCM itself, or the BCM controlling the transmission
I had to place a small piece of foam between the brake pedal shaft and the cruise control switch. The brake pedal shaft did not "push in" the cruise control switch far enough to let it work. I have had no more problems.
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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.
You can unplug it at the servo itself. The servo is the part that has a cable coming from it attached to the throttle body. You'll see see a wire harness plugged into it.
The cable itself could have a "kink" in it, causing it not to work properly. I suggest having it serviced.
Possibly a faulty brake switch (or faulty clutch switch, if you have a manual transmission).
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.
it very much depends on the car, your manual should have a fuze diagram in it if not theres somtimes one on the lid of the box itself
on the 89 the arm has one wire for the cruise, this connects under the dash and must be disconnected and fished out of the steering column, as for the arm itself, it should just pull out of the column
It depends on the ship. The Titanic was a cruise ship itself, so other cruise ships could be bigger or smaller.
probably your altenator or batterys power is focused on one point of output
If you're having problems with your cruise control, I would suggest that you check into your Subaru's transmission and engine error codes to see what it's returning if anything. Many times the problem with the cruise can be diagnosed by the vehicle itself. The car will not allow the cruise control to function if it knows about a specific problem, which will be given in the error codes. I don't know what year subaru you have, but look into getting both the engine (check engine light) error codes and the transmission (power light) error codes on your Legacy to see what they're returning. My speed sensor was out on my Subaru. Once I found the problem in the error codes, I swapped it out and my cruise worked just great.
There are a number of reasons why your wipers may come on by itself when driving. You may have a short in the wiring.
On the turn signal lever, slide the cruise control switch to on with thumb(there are 3 possitions here, off, on, reset slide in that order). Drive up to the desired speed and press the signal lever on the center with your index finger, this will set the speed. When safe, release pedal and feel for reaction from the car itself. The Camaro will slow down slightly but will almost immediately regain speed if the cruise control engaged properly. Pressing the brake dis engages the cruise control. Sliding the switch to reset will reset the set speed and in the camaro this may come as a shock if the vehicle has much speed to make up like from 40 mph to 80. Be careuful.
If the clutch disengages properly then the compressor should not be running. Most likely the clutch itself is bad instead of the compressor.
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Could be a bad cruise control modular. If it idles really high by itself make sure the throttle cable is routed properly if it isnt perfect it will keep the throttle open
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Cruise control problems are very serious issues, If you are at all unsure weather or you are confident to handle this or have your family at risk, I would take it to a shop for professionial help. However.here is afew things to try on your own,, cruise control basicialy works on vacuum ,check the vacuum release switch above the brake pedal, or check the vehicle speed sensor, or may have a bad vacuum line,, and always check the fuse.
The criuise control is on or the cruise control needs to be worked on. Applying the brake or if your car is a standard shift, pushing in the clutch should turn it on. Needless to say, get this fixed. It could be very dangerous. Check the fuse box for a fuse called Speed control. Pull the fuse until it can be fixed.