There are magnents on the half shaft(front wheel drive) or the drive shaft( rear wheel drive)and a magnetic sensor positioned close to these magnents. If one or the other is damaged or missing the cc wont work. On my 2000 Dodge Ram Van, there's a vacuum line behind the passenger side headlight. If this is disconnected, the cruise control will not work. I found out from the clerk at the dealers parts dept. It's worth investigating.
The 1997 Honda Civic cruise control module can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The cruise control module will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
Did you get the a RECALL notice ? Regarding the cruise control ... Ford put out a RECALL on the cruise control last year... I just had mines done on my 98 Ford Expedition XLT last week.
No, control systems are different.No, control systems are different.
A. There is no "Cruise Control Relay" per se. The power for the cruise control comes through fuse #14 in the fuse box. From there it goes to the Cruise Control Switch. However, the Cruise Control Module is above the Fuse/Relay box, behind the dash board. There is a special cruise control tester, VAG 1466, that Volkswagen plugs into the system to pinpoint malfunctions. I think it would be worth the money to just have Volkswagen check the system if you find the fuse is not the problem.
depending on engine size it could be in 4 different places. 2.5 liter is behind cruise control actuator.
When you get to speed you want to keep, press the button to activate cruise control. You will on the dash light showing that cruise control was activated. After that pull the cruise control joystick down to set the speed. If you pull toward you it resets the current speed.
not connected to transmission or the plasitc gear there stripped. sometimes the unit goes bad on the control arm
You could check the switch on the brake pedal, sometimes they need to be adjusted so the cruise will stay on.
It would bolt up, but it will not shift. The shift control systems are different.It would bolt up, but it will not shift. The shift control systems are different.
It does not have a modulator
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Does the horn work? If not I would start with the clock spring.
Scan tool or battery disconnect.
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 )
Could be several reasons, but the first one that comes to my mind is the IAC (Idle Air Control).
the first thing to check would be the alternator/voltage regulator
That goes through the engine ECM, and you'll need to have it diagnosed that way.
Could be the speed sensor or another common problem with neons is broken solder points on the instrument cluster circuit board. To test it, see if your cruise control can keep you at speed. If so, it's the instrument cluster. If not could be the speed sensor. If you don't have cruise, then you may have to inspect the cluster for broken solder points.
On my 95 Taurus the cruise control wires broke off inside the steering wheel. After reconnecting them the system worked fine.
1st check your vacuum line to the cruise module under the hood. It may be damaged or unplugged. Next check the fuse.
It may Be the Body Control Module which is expensive to replace and needs to be programmed exactly for the features on your vehicle by the dealer.
Behind the AC control panel on the dash... Go figure!!!
near the front wheels on the upper and lower control arms