Have them look at the relay.AnswerI just bought a 1999 passat and the cruise doesn't activate for me either, however when I took it up to where I bought it it worked just fine????? I left the garage and it stopped working again. Help!
If you have a manual transmission check the switch under the clutch paedal.A lot of times these wear out and you need to replace.You can check it by using your foot to pull up on the clutch pedal and then setting the cruise.Often times this will then engage it.IF it is an automatic then it is linked to the brake pedal.Try the same thing w/it by pulling up on it w/your foot and engaging the CC.Also,check the fuses/relay for it under the dash.This would be the first step as it is the cheapest fix.There is also a CC(cruise control) Module that "runs" the CC.Located under the dash.This module is generally voltage and vaccum driven.Sometimes the vac. lines get broken or aged and become brittle.This is also an easy fix as replacement is cheaper than replacing the module.Hope all this helps!
On the lower left side of the dashboard is a switch to turn on the cruise control. Depress the switch downward to activate. Once activated, set the speed on the steering wheel speed control.
The Chrysler Sebring cruise control switch is located beneath the dashboard, on the drivers side. The cruise control switch should be labeled as such.
On most vehicle the brake switch is one way to shut the cruise off.
Most cars have a switch to disable the cruise control. To permanently disable the cruise, remove the fuse for the circuit.
Change the cruise control switch.
If the cruise control on your 1987 300ZX does not work, you might have an issue with the cruise control fuse or wiring. You could also have a problem with the switch that turns the cruise control on and 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 cruise control switch on a 1993 Lincoln Town car is attached to the master brake cylinder under the hood. Ford had a recall on this car because the cruise control switch could lead to a fire.
most cruise control problems are caused by a leaking vaccum canister that controls the throttle on the cruise, your switch is probably fine.
No. The Cruise Control is controlled by the engine ECM. If your cruise control isn't working, you probably either have a bad switch to actuate the cruise control, or a brake pedal switch which is in constant contact, and thus telling the computer it's engaged when it isn't.
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.
On the right interior of the steering wheel, there is an on/off switch and a stop/resume switch for the cruise control
It's near the brake pedal or brake light switch.... It deactivates cruise control
There are two. The brake light switch and the cruise control cut off switch. You are probably talking about the cruise control cut off switch. When you depress the brake pedal, the brake lights come on and the cruise control stops. Hope this helps
It's the the turn signal switch that controls the Cruise Control Assembly. Therefore any problem to the Turn Signal switch affects the whole road safety.
90 Percent of cruise control problems caused by defective cruise control release switch located near top of break pedal.
That light is for the Cruise control saying something is wrong with it. Mine came on when i broke the switch to the cruise control. so try replaceing the cruise control.
cruise control not working,u need to check the fuses also check the clutch safety switch as this also has to do with cruise control
Blown fuseA short in the cruise control circuit,Faulty brake or clutch switch,Leaking vacuum circuit,Faulty cruise switch,faulty stepper motor,faulty transducer,faulty speed sensor,faulty cruise control module.That help a little?
Replace the cruise control switch (the one with the orange light in it) The switch is a push on push off. If the little plastic gear inside the switch breaks off the switch will work like a door bell switch and will not latch on.
There isn't a separate fuse for the cruise. The switch has probably failed.
It shouldnt. The cruise control senses by the switch on the pedal not by the lights.