check fuse. they are all conected.
Probably a bad clockspring, be carefull that probably meens you're airbag is out of function too, Does the airbag light come on?
on some cars the cruise control cuts out on its own in Case you have fallen a sleep
My best guess is that the fuses are not the problem. I think it is a problem with the ground in the steering column. i FOUND THE RELAY FOR THE HORN/CRUISE IN THE FUSE BOX IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT. IT SHOULD BE THE SQUARE RELAY CLOSEST TO THE FIREWALL, CLOSEST TO THE DRIVER'S FENDER.
I had that problem and had to replace the clock spring in the steering wheel. It's a coil of flat wire that breaks.
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.
It is possible that both of the fuses are bad for the low beam headlights and the cruise control. A loose ground wire could cause the fuses to blow.
Check your fuses first; you may have a bad fuse.
bad clock spring... most likely your cruise control doesn't work too... also often airbag light stays on too...
Blown fuse would be where to look first.
1. You have a problem with the cruise control. or 2. If your check engine light is also on, get the code read, cancel the light and the cruise indicator light will probably quit flashing and the cruise will start working again.
I am looking for the same problem, havent found the break in the positive or negative line yet, slow process I am too big to fit under the dash for long.
Most likely loss of refrigerant.
It depends on the year. Ford had a recall on their cruise controls. They had a faulty switch on the brake master cylinder. yes but it could get hot and get a short in it
Mine didn't quit, why ask me? :-) Check the fuses first.
Most likely a blown fuse. But, the horn itself can be defective.
as it says here http://en.allexperts.com/q/Chrysler-Repair-807/cruise-control-dodge-neon.htm you could check the vacuum cable. I have the same problem on the same car.
I'm not sure how old this question is but the answer is "Yes". I had lost cruise control on my 06 Pacifica and I found the cause was a broken vacuum line. Simple fix.
NO! You should never quit playing the French Horn. Although it is one of the world's hardest instruments to play, it is also the most beautiful sounding instrument.
Hi. For what its worth, I have a 2003 E350 and the cruise control and horn quit working. I replaced the fuses (2 fuse boxes....fuse boxs located near the parking brake and under the hood) and still couldn't get it to work. The fuse diagram is located in your owners manual. After fooling with it long enough, I took it to the dealer. Apparently there is a box or switch that is bolted to the body in the engine compartment. The bolts had sheared off and the wire commection came loose. After this repair the horn and cruise worked. Ford (repair) finally did something right for me. Nevermind the other 1000 they charged me to not fix a steering vibration problem.
There is a bad or damaged ground to the the ECM
no blown fuses. and I have changed most all of the relays
Replace the cruise control deactivater switch which simply screws into the top of the master brake cylinder. Costs less than $20 and everything will run properly again! there is no deactivater switch on the master brake cylinder on a 2003 ford f-250
More than likely a blown fuse or defective horn relay.
I have been doing a little research here, and my cruise control quits working when the airbag light goes on and stays lit. I just went to the dodge.com site and checked for recall information under the owner services tab. Turns out the previous owner never had the recall items repaired. It could be a problem with the control, but I am feeling more like it is clockspring related.