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Why would a 1984 Bonneville 305 jerk like a misfire when you set the cruise control and a little when it is not set?


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2005-07-10 13:44:10
2005-07-10 13:44:10

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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.

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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

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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.

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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.


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