Question about 2003 Pontiac Vibe
Recently you responded to a problem of mine and I did what you said with the brake pedal. After looking under dash for the switch you noted, the only thing I seen was one that the the brake pedal (arm) pushes against when you let off the break. I also checked all fuses that had anything to do with the Cruise control (OK) and the lines coming out of the cruise control actuator appear to be fine. Do you have any other suggestions for me to fix my problem?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try blowing trash out of the unit attached to the steering wheel.Sometimes,this'll eliminate the issue.If not,U may have to replace the unit.
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
SOURCE: Cruise control will not engage
Hi, May be worth checking the switch at the brake pedal could just be that its sticking slightly, if you try the cruise control out again just flick foot under brake pedal and lift it up to make sure not holding any pressure on switch.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
SOURCE: "Sticky" accelerator
no, that's not likely the throttle body. start by looking at the throttle body though, if there are cables going to it that control it, follow the cables back, one should go to the firewall, and one should go to a little black box. that box is you're cruise control unit. chances are that is what's causing the problem (try a salvage yard, they're cheaper than a dealer). however if there is an electric motor controlling the throttle, you should take the car to a shop to have it fixed.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
there is not a fuse but there is some vaccuum lines. if you are faceing your car with the hood open, look at the right side of the enging bay. near the washer and kind of under the master cyilinder there should be a metal can looking thing with some rubber or plastic lines coming off. replace any vaccuum lines that are worn and your CC should come back.
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
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