Two words.....Clock spring Where is the clock spring? The clockspring is located on the end of the steering column just below the steering wheel. The wiring for the items on the wheel are routed through the 'clockspring' so they wind and unwind as the wheel is turned. The airbag is included in this wiring so be careful if you mess with it and remove fuses! There may be more than one connector in there depending on model year so you may have a loose connector yet if the cruise is not working. I would check fuses for the cruise system before I messed with the closckspring again. You can change one of these yourself, but be very careful, as mentioned before the airbag circuit is in there and the 'spring' can become 'unwound' and you will have a mess on your hands. If in doubt, take it to a pro! ==Headline== I had the clock spring replaced on my 1995 Explorer this past Friday. I now have my horn, radio/stero and antenna back. My cruise control still does not work, but hey three out of four problems corrected for $82.00, plus $35.00 in labor is not bad at all. I would not suggest you try to change the clock spring at home. We were going to do it ourselves, but thank goodness we didn't try it. It isn't has easy as some make it out to be on the internet. Now I will have to try to determine what is wrong with my cruise control. lilkit2
My 1994 ed xr8 was fitted with cruise control from the factory.
There is no fuse for the cruise control on a 1994 Acura Integra. It is a relay switch under the hood near the battery. This would have nothing to do with the dashboard clock, if the cruise control is not working properly. If the cruise control is not coming on, check the relay, then check the carburetor or EFI (Electronic Fuel Injector). Also, the cruise control will not come on if the brake light switch or the clutch is not working properly.
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.
check to see if your spoiler brake light is out replace it and it usually will finish the ground to the abs sensor and cruise control
This is my 1994 FORD EXPLORER XLT 4X4 - 4.0L V6 - AUTOMATIC - ALL POWER - A/C - CRUISE CONTROL - CASS PLAYER - ABS ... Tire Size: 235/75/R15. Wheels. Jef Olson Minnesota
First you need to troubleshoot the 1994 LeSabre cruise control. Check the fuse, the cruise switch, the linkage, to find where the problem is. Check the vacuum lines on the engine as a vacuum leak can cause the cruise to not work properly.
Diagrams help a person make the appropriate changes to a car. The 1994 Nissan Pathfinder cruise control diagram can be found in its maintenance manual book.
Fuse for cruise control on a 1994 Acura Integra is found in the engine bay fuse box. The fuse is located in the slot labeled CRUISE.
Answerit is a automatic transmission?
On my 1994 Mazda Navajo, which should be the same as an Explorer, their is a black plastic cover with 3 bolts on top of the engine. When you remove the cover the throttle and cruise control cables attach to the throttle lever there. My throttle is sticking but the problem seems to be where the cable attaches to the pedal.
I have a 1995 vw golf diesel and I am in the process of changing the cruise control computer a second time. The computers are known to fail, I would check it first. it is mounted behind the headlight switch (silver box).