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Re: cruise control 2001 dodge dakota
You may have a problem with the rotating contact under the steering wheel, this is the common cause of this problem, this part is called the clockspring contact because of what it looks like, a old fashioned clock spring.
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Your clock spring is bad if you have cruise control it probably doesn't work either. its easy to replace your self a new one costs about $250.00 I got a used one at apick your own parts junk yard for $25.00.You can get a step by step how to replace it if you search clock spring replacement. Their also was a recall on some of them check with adealer
The problem is the coiled ribbon contact under the steering wheel (we call it the clock-spring contact) that connects the stereing wheel controls to the steering column wiring harness, this is a printed circuit that is coiled to allow the wheel to move and still have a psychical contact for the wheel switch's and the airbag, anyway replace that contact coil, u must disarm the airbag to do this repair, follow the factory procedure to do this or serious injury can result if the airbag fires.
well because the abs light indicates a problem with your anti-lock braking system you need to find out why it is on.... keep in mind one quick way you would disengage your cruise is with the brake pedal.
under the hood is a fuse panel (often located near the battery) ... see if there is a relay in the for your cruise... replace that.