My educated guess would be that the speed sensor is broken and reading slow, so the cruise control unit doesn't know what speed the car is actually going. Go to your library and see if they have the shop manual for your car. It will have the exact answer. More than likely, with the primitive chip, the computer had it engaged at 72. then something happened, an accident, a jolt, lighning (not likely lightning) or something shorted out, freezing the chip at 72. if you replace the chip, it should do the trick. Hint, a simmilar thing happened to me.
Yes, with either a OEM Honda cruise control unit or aftermarket unit.
No it does not. You can add it though.
a safety break
On my 2000 accord the cruise control panel on the left of the steering wheel is out. But the dashboard light still works and so does the actual cruise control. As long as the cc still works its not a big deal.
what exactly is wrong?
Yes, it won't hurt your car if you do.
To the left of the steering wheel, below the dashboard is a button that says cruise control. Push that button in, the dash will illuminate the cruise control light. Then, as you reach the speed you want to cruise at, push the button on the steering wheel that says "set". When you want to turn cruise control off, simply tap the brake pedal and the cruise will go off.
Begin by looking under the drivers side dash, you should be looking for a 1.5" x 2" black box. BTW - Is this an OEM or aftermarket cruise control?
It tells the computer how fast you're going. The data it produces is used by the speedometer and the cruise control system.
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.
Where is the elctrical part behind the igtion at on my 1992 honda accord
Do you mean the light on the dash button (below the left air vent) or in the instrument cluster? My 2000 Accord's cruise control button light doesn't work - I'm assuming the bulb is burnt out. You may want to check your fuse box before you consider replacing the bulb but ultimately, that'd be my guess.
The fuel control cutoff unit, in your 1986 Honda Accord, is located on top of the fuel injector pump. The fuel control cutoff unit is contained in a sealed box.
mY hONDA crv CRUISE CONTROL WAS WORKING UNTIL NOW EVEN WHEN HEADLIGHTS WERE ON. bUT IT STOPPED WORKING EVEN THOUGH HEADLIGHTS ARE ON OR NOT.........PLEASE HELP
Traction Control System (TCS)
ECM fault, wiring fault, brake or clutch switch not releasing fully, bad switches.
The main relay is under the dash directly above the Cruise Control unit. It is not behind the main electrical panel that Honda claims. very easy to change i did it start to finish in under an hour
yes it can!!
That is the Traction Control System. When it is on the traction control is off.
No, it was not offered that year.
under the dash, look up on the left (driver's side) of the steering column. It will have a brown connector plugged into it. If you have cruise control, the cruise control box is covering it up. Remove the bolts (10mm socket) in the cruise control box and you will expose the "PGM-FI Relay". You will need a 10mm deep socket to remove the nut holding the relay in place.
10A in the fuse control box under the dash on the driver side.
Okay, you have a 2006 Honda Accord.
It is a Honda Accord that was manufactured in 1985