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Cruise control don't work

7.4L automatic trans

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    yadayada Feb 13, 2012

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  • Iliyas Yerkinbekuly May 19, 2013

    HI Dennis. My Lexus RX330 2004 cruise control is not working. Cruise control light doesn't come on. I just check the fuse box, it seems alright. just checked the ECU-IG ampere it looks fine. I don't know how to fix. Would be great if you help me out with this. Appreciate your Help.

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To troubleshoot your problem,there are few help links,provided below.Click the link directly and follow the procedure to confirm the fault.So as per that you can continue further in repairing this issue of cruise control not working.
The direct help links are as follows :-----cruise control not working?


http://technoanswers.blogspot.in/2012/02/ford-ranger-cruise-control-not-working.html
-----------Horn and Cruise control quit working?

http://howtobyme.blogspot.com/2011/11/horn-and-cruise-control-quit-working.html

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Horn and cruise control not working on car?

http://howtobyme.blogspot.com/2011/11/horn-and-cruise-control-not-working-on.html

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Horn and Cruise control quit working suddenly?

http://howtobyme.blogspot.com/2011/11/horn-and-cruise-control-quit-working-on.html

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Cruise control stop working ? http://technoanswers.blogspot.in/2012/02/cruise-control-stop-working-on-1994.html

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ford ranger cruise control not working? http://technoanswers.blogspot.in/2012/02/2005-ford-ranger-cruise-control-not.html

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My Cruise control not working? http://schematicsdiagram.blogspot.com/2011/12/cruise-control-not-working.html

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This troubleshooting help links will help you to confirm the problem.

Thanks.

Posted on Feb 13, 2012

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SOURCE: How do I convert my 1979 Trans Am from cruise

if your trans am is an automatic, there should be 3 levers on your carbuator. 1 would be kickdown cable and run to your tranni. 2 would be throttle and run into your firewall. 3 would be cruise control which would run to the unit on the drivers side inside the engine compartment. Disconnect this lever at the carb and propping it up out of the way will disable crusie and leave you're speedometer functional. If you ever want to hook it back up, it would easly possible this way.

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SOURCE: cruise control doesn't work

If the cruise control switch seems to work then the problem is in this area and is a little odd I know.

First thing is to check the hoses and cables on vacuum pump throttle control. Yes I know that sounds odd but there's a vacuum pump that is used to give the smooth accelleration feeling with cruize control. Crazy mitsu engineers.
Open the hood. On the far right there's a metal squarish box with a hard metal thin pipes comming out of it with one guiding the throttle cable to the throttle on the back of the engine. Another to a vacuum solenoid with a cable and a hose attached. It's a round can somwhere behind the engine on the firewall. Remove the control box and make sure there's a small right angle hose on the bottom that connects to the vacuum pump. unfortunately there's no easy test for the system as you have to be moving over 25mph to use cruise but i would start with the areas I've outlined and look for leaks or stuck cables.

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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SOURCE: 4L-60E trans interchange

Sorry it will not work, the internals are the same but the transmission housing has changed. The key distinction of the Later 4L60-E (1997-2006) from the Early 4L60-E (1992-1997) or 4L60 (1990-1992) or 700R4 (1982-1989) is the six-bolt "hex" rear output or tail-housing / adapter pattern. The previous versions featured a four-bolt square bolt pattern at the adapter or tail-housing. Additionally, the removable bell-housing is also another distinguishing feature.

Two-wheel-drive versions have tail-housings and typically a longer output shafts than four-wheel-drive versions, which have various adapter assemblies and a shorter output shaft.


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SOURCE: 2005 Nissan Sentra w/1.8l engine

if the air bag light is blinking then u need a clock spring for the air bag then it will start working again

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