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?
Yes you can install an aftermarket cruise control kit on your vehicle. They cost around $300 and have all of the necessary wiring and components. If you have a little bit of mechanical ability you can install it yourself.
Yes. Consistent acceleration with no sudden bursts of speed, cut down on excessive fuel consumption.a little,,yes the cruise control controls the engine better than you can at highway speeds therefore saving fuel
my 1992 Pontiac Bonneville SSEI has speed control and it is located on the blinker control switch on the end you have to push it towards the steering wheel it is a little button on the top then to set it you have to push it in more while holding your speed. It works as low as 25 mph. I have found that mine does not always work because my car is 16 years old. I hope this helps you.
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.
Open the glove box, reach in and remove this little book called an Owner's Manual. Inside this little book is all kinds of answers to this and many other questions. You will find it invaluable for future reference. FWIW, the Owner's Manual on my 2002 Honda Civic fails to identify any particular fuse as part of the cruise control (speed control) system. One fuse in particular is identified inscrutably as 'Option', but it has no effect on the cruise control system. Further information than what is provided in the OM is required to solve this problem. Tom Davidson Richmond, VA
cruise control: left most is on/off right most is set/resume (top/bottom respectively) little round one is cancel, allows you to cancel the cruise, but remembers the setting for the resume feature.
Yes you can, the're are do it yourself kits for around $200 dollars. they are a little difficult to install unless you know a lot about cars.
Check your tail lights. If they are stuck on the switch might be bad. The brake switch will cancel the cruise. If a light has a ground fault the voltage will feed back and cancel the cruise. Those are a couple places to start looking. If that's not it, it's probably a little more severe.
I have been doing a little research here, and my cruise control quits working when the airbag light goes on and stays lit. I just went to the dodge.com site and checked for recall information under the owner services tab. Turns out the previous owner never had the recall items repaired. It could be a problem with the control, but I am feeling more like it is clockspring related.
The fuse box for the 1986 Bonneville is under the dashboard. The box has a small cover over it and you'll see it if you look just above the brake pedal and a little to the left.
Jefferson had little control over courts.
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yep, with a little lift and rolling the fenders. Oh yeah and the right tires
It's a little black box mounted onto the throttle body.
I had the same problem on my and my sister-in-law 98 Jetta. It is the control box for the cruise control. You can look at eBay but I think there was known problems with them. I had mine and hers rebuilt for about $90/each and has been working flawlessly for 2 years. http://www.autoecu.com/ The replacing took a little time maybe 45 minutes you have to pull the light switch on the dash and vent. There is only one bolt but a little hard to get at. You have to send them yours and they will send you one already rebuilt. You will also need the number of the controller to confirm with them. Hope this helps
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That switch is for the cruise control. All the way left is off. Move to the middle turns on CC. Push and hold to the right is "Accel". Also, there is a button on the end of the stalk. That is the speed "Set" button. Cruise control on the camaro generally won't engage under 30 - 35 mph.
yes theres problem go service it
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It's about 11+ hours, if not a little more.