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Cruise Control Issue

My cruise control will not engage. It was fine and then it just would not engage anymore. The light comes on but when I releave the gas pedal it just wont hold it. Is there a fuse or something for this.

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The most common solution is to replace the brake light switch . The switch has 3 sets of contacts one set is for the cruise control. If the cruise control part is at fault the cruise control will not engage. The switch typically costs from 10 to 15 dollars.

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