the cruise control is broken....
on some cars the cruise control cuts out on its own in Case you have fallen a sleep
my control cable frayed....
The most common cause for a cruise control that stops working is that the electrical components or switches have stopped working. Sometimes taking it apart and cleaning the contacts will fix the problem.?æ
a loose wire will cause that. also lots of other reasons but ford is known for cruise control failures in that year on all models
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.
vacuum or electric what should i look for
There are a few reasons why the cruise control does not work in a car. The fuse could be out, the wiring could need replacing or something as simple as the buttons not working.
check stop light
Most likely loss of refrigerant.
You could check the switch on the brake pedal, sometimes they need to be adjusted so the cruise will stay on.
Probably a blown fuse. Check your manual to see if they share the same one.
Yes, it can cause the cruise to surge.
The cable itself could have a "kink" in it, causing it not to work properly. I suggest having it serviced.
Under dash fuse 6 is cruise control fuse, also check 11 as this is stop light and brake pedal switch which can affect cruise working. also third high moung brake light bulb burnt out will cause problems.EjesCo
The most likely common cause is a failed clockspring in the steering column.
yes.tcc will not work corect or cruise control
Ford Cruise Control Recall Ford Motor Company announced a massive safety recall on 1994-2002 vehicles to correct a problem that could cause the cruise control deactivation switch to overheat and create an underhood fire. * 1994-2002 Ford F-150s * 1997-2002 Ford Expeditions * 1998-2002 Lincoln Navigators * 1994-1996 Ford Broncos with factory cruise control Ford found that brake fluid could leak through the cruise deactivation switch into the cruise system's electrical components and cause corrosion. Corrosion can cause a short and keep the cruise control from working, but in some cases it can lead to a higher flow of current that can overheat and cause a fire at the switch. To repair trucks, Ford will install a jumper harness between the cruise control deactivation switch and the cruise mechanism. The harness will act as a circuit breaker and will turn off the current at the switch if the switch becomes shorted. Parts for the repair weren't available as of the recall date, so Ford asks customers to take their vehicles to dealerships to have the cruise control deactivated until the harnesses are in stock. Watch for a recall notice by mail if your vehicle is affected. You can read more details at www.genuineservice.com. Ford has added 1.2 million more vehicles to the cruise control recall. Now included are: * 1994 to 2002 F-250, F-350, F-450 and F-550 trucks * 200 to 2002 Ford Excursions * 1994 to 1996 Econoline vans * 1996 to 2002 E-450 vans * 1998 Ford Explorers and Mercury Mountaineers
There are several things that can cause your 2003 Dodge Ram cruise control not to work. The most common cause is a blown fuse. A malfunctioning speed sensor can also cause the problem.
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.
There is a bad or damaged ground to the the ECM
most cruise control problems are caused by a leaking vaccum canister that controls the throttle on the cruise, your switch is probably fine.
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
A malfunction in the range sensor could cause the cruise to be inoperative.A malfunction in the range sensor could cause the cruise to be inoperative.