The most common cause would be that the brake pedal is activating the cruise release switch. That could be because your brake pedal is low because of low fluid, or worn brakes. The switch could also just need to be readjusted because of break pedal and linkage wear.
For the cruise to engage and stay on the brake pedal must continuously contactthe switch to hold it closed. Look around the break pedal an you will see two switches that are activsted by the brake pedal. Hold the pedal down and activate the switches with you finger while some one observes the brake lights. Pushing one switch will turn off the brake lights pushing the other will deactivate the cruise. Adjust the cruise switch position.
If the switch position is not the problem then there could be an intermitant short or bad connection in the wiring to the switch.
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TommyTroubleAnswerMost of the Cruise Controls run off of vacuum. Follow the cable from the throttle to the Cruise Control actuator then follow the vacuum line from the Cruise Control actuator and make sure it doesn't have a leak in it.
Follow the hose from the cruise servo to the three way vac. connector. They turn grey and fall a part and leak as that should be the source of your leak.
it is ok to continue driving the vehicle while the catalytic converter is not working properly?
Where I live (Alberta Canada) a tow truck is considered a highway maintenance vehicle. This means for the purposes of the time it is working on the highway traffic must treat it the same as a police car beside the road. While it is traveling it has no special privilege's.
The speed sensor is bad.
If you must use your own vehicle for a driving test, it must pass certain standards. The vehicle must have all working lights and flashes, be insured and plated, and yes, it must have a seatbelt because using a seatbelt is mandated by law.
Probably because it doesn't exist.
Well, driving at highway speeds in any vehicle in 2nd gear, will raise the RPM of the engine, meaning that the engine is working that much harder to maintain the speed. As the engine constantly revs at a higher RPM, it heats up alot quicker, which in the end could do alot of damage to your car. And if its a Lexus, i would advise to SWITCH gears and keep an eye on your RPM and temperature gauge
Most vehicles need a couple drive cycles for all the monitors to report to the ECM that everything is in good working order. A drive cycle consists of a cold start (sitting overnite), turning on electrical accessories (heater or AC, lights, etc) some city driving and some highway driving. Depending on the vehicle and your driving habits it could take several cycles.
Blown fuse/? blown bulbs /?bad flasher.
Pump is bad, most likely requires a rebuild or replacement transaxle.
fan or thermostat not working
Possibilities: Cooling fan not working. Low on coolant. Clogged radiator, radiator hose or block.
supposedly there are spots on the back of the instrument panel that need to be resolderd.I'm working on this problem now.
Florida Statute 316.271 - Every motor vehicle when operated upon a highway shall be equipped with a horn in good working order and capable of emitting sound audible under normal conditions from a distance of not less than 200 feet.
The driver of a vehicle is responsible for the proper functioning of that vehicle. Even if you did not know the brakes were bad, the accident and all damages are the fault of the driver.
In most places, working on one's farm does not require a license. Movement of the vehicle on public roads could be an issue.
When engine is running there should be 13-14 volts.
In most jurisdictions, turning up for a driving test with a vehicle that did not meet the performance standards would almost certainly stop the test right there. If you cannot recognize when a vehicle is not legal for road use, then you had better study the road code some more.
Check for burnt out bulbs and could be a bad flasher as well.
My thoughts would be no.56-5-5000No person shall drive any motor vehicle with any sign, poster or other nontransparent material upon the front windshield, sidewings or side or rear windows of such vehicle which obstructs the driver's clear view of the highway or any intersecting highway. The windshield on every motor vehicle shall be equipped with a device for cleaning rain, snow or other moisture from the windshield, which shall be so constructed as to be controlled or operated by the driver of the vehicle. Every windshield wiper upon a motor vehicle shall be maintained in good working order.
You have something over the sensor on top of the dash that is blocking the thing from working?
As much as the provider charges. It'll depend on the driving record(s) of the operator(s), the area they're working, where the vehicle is parked when not in use, credit history of the person purchasing the policy, vehicle weight class, etc.
The type of footwear that should be worn while working on a hybrid vehicle is that with rubber soles.
The ABS warning light is intended to come on at the time you start the vehicle, so you know it's working, then go out at about 7mph once the vehicle has determined that the ABS is operating properly. Thus, the ABS light should be off during normal driving, and on only during start-up and the first few mph of acceleration.
1) Maintain the vehicle in proper working order 2) Pay attention to your driving and avoid distractions 3) Do not take drugs that impair your perception or reaction 4) Adjust your driving to the existing weather and road conditions 5) Follow all driving regulations 6) When in doubt, yield the right-of-way 7) Maintain the proper distance when following other vehicles
Check your fuses before anything else. Easiest and cheapest fix.