on my 94 Z-71, the stop lamp switch was bad, on the lower steering column, and this switch is what gives the CC (cruise control) the signal to disengage. So in effect, when you depress the brake pedal, the CC assumes u are slowing down on an incline or some other natural deccelerant, and engages the accelerate function to compensate. check to see that your stop lamps are functioning, if not, this COULD be your problem, or something in this line of the system.
cruise would work but if i push to accelerate it would disengage an truck only after restarting would it work again. Now it does'nt work at all. Any suggestions?
no it does not.unless you disengage with the brakes,not the control button
No , absolutely not ( if you hit a puddle , which will slow the car down , the cruise control willtry to accelerate the car to maintain the set speed )It's not recommended to use the cruise control in the rain. Normally, you use the cruise control on the highways. When it's raining you need complete control on the car and be fully alert.( NO ) if you hit a puddle that slows the car down then the cruise control will accelerate the carbetter not it could cause the car to accelerate at the wrong time and cause loss of control
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.
Maybe the cruise control is set to the on position unknowingly.
Down on the brake pedal. It will also disengage the cruise control.
Most cruise controls will disengage if the gas pedal has to go too far or if the speed drops too much.
yes.tcc will not work corect or cruise control
VERY bad idea to do this.no it guves you less control and if you beging to skidd your cruise control will tell your car to accelerate and you will take off like a plane
the same way it accelerates anytime its on cruise control. It's electronically moving the gas pedal to make up for the speed lost by cornering.
bad connection at set button on collumn
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.