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Yes and no. If the trans is not in the proper gear the cruise will not work. Does the light come on for the cruise? If it does then there is nothing wrong with it. If your trans is not shifting right you will want to get it fixed before you do other damage.
Do you mean the main cruise control switch in the steering column? If so, you must remove the airbag assembly then there are a couple screws holding the switch to the steering wheel. The electrical connector will unplug from the clockspring (or "spiral cable") assembly.
Take it to mechanic and have it repaired. Or go to your local auto supply store and look for a Chilton and it will have detailed instructions on how to do it yourself. If you do it the DIY route and hit any snags come back here and get some help but Chiltons is VERY thorough.