First, the cruise control switch on the dash, left of the steering wheel, must be set to the "on" position. Press it; the switch will light when it's in the "on" position (the light is only noticeable if you're looking at it). If memory serves, every time you start the car the cruise system will default to "off," but that's easy to check (the light). Once you reach your desired cruising speed, press the steering wheel button that is labeled (again, if memory serves) "set, coast. It's the lower of the two steering wheel buttons (again, if memory serves), so if the lettering is rubbed off or my recollection of the label is wrong, no matter. In any case, there is no harm in pressing the wrong button. (If you press the wrong button at this point, the system just ignores you.) There will be a very brief lag -- probably about 1 second and 2 mph -- between the time you press the button and the time the cruise control kicks in. Once cruise is engaged, to reset it at a higher or lower speed, press and hold one of the steering wheel buttons until you reach the desired new speed. Upper button is to accelerate, lower button is to decelerate (coast). Hitting the brakes, even lightly, will disengage the cruise setting but not turn off the system. If you do this, you can resume cruising at the most recent setting simply by hitting the upper steering wheel button, as long as you are going at least 30 mph. You can come to a complete stop, use the gas pedal to get back to at least 30 mph and then hit the upper button -- that will work. But if you're going, say 20 mph and hit the button, the system will ignore you. The cruise system does not work for speeds less than 30 mph. The brake always disengages the cruise setting until you re-awaken cruise by hitting either button.
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.
To the left of the steering wheel, below the dashboard is a button that says cruise control. Push that button in, the dash will illuminate the cruise control light. Then, as you reach the speed you want to cruise at, push the button on the steering wheel that says "set". When you want to turn cruise control off, simply tap the brake pedal and the cruise will go off.
Yes, with either a OEM Honda cruise control unit or aftermarket unit.
The steering is what controls the gauge in cruise control. This is in any car or truck.
No it does not. You can add it though.
on the steering wheel
Make sure you have the main cruise control button depressed. You will then see a display light indiciating "Cruise Control". After that, just use the normal buttons to set, accelerate, and coast. BEWARE, though. The cruise control button for our 2004 Accord stopped letting me keep it in the depressed position, and I can't keep my cruise control on now. Will let you know once the mechanic takes a look at it.
To use the cruise control on the PT Cruiser, turn the cruise control on in the steering wheel. Accelerate to the desired speed and push in the end of the left turn signal knob. The cruise control should then control the speed. To take the car out of cruise control, a person can tap the brake.
The standard location of the cruise control module is on the steering wheel. In 1993 some models have a side arm that houses the cruise control module.
I'm not a mechanic / technician but it sounds like a problem with the clockspring inside the steering wheel column cover if the horn and the cruise control does not work ( the clockspring allows you to turn the steering wheel without pulling the wiring connections to your horn and cruise control switches mounted in your steering wheel )
The three buttons on the right side of the steering wheel are your cruise control buttons. On, off, and reset.
On the steering wheel by the airbag
It's on the steering column
yes, usually located on the steering wheel
Yes, on a 1999 Subaru Forester, the ribbon wire for cruise control is inside of the steering wheel. The same ribbon also controls the horn.
If the car is equipped with cruise control the on/off switch in mounted to the steering wheel, left side of the horn
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 )
Side of your steering wheel, and on the switch youll see stamped "CRUISE CONTROL" and "ON-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.
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.
a safety break
The fuse for the cruise control for a Nissan Quest is in the fuse panel in the passenger compartment. It is located inside to the left of the steering column.