Question about 2004 Chrysler Pacifica
I can't get it to turn back on unless I turn the vehicle off then back on again. I could be driving on an thirty minutes trip set it and have to step on the break sometimes cause of the flow of the high-way and try to re-engage and it won't unless I restart the vehicle
Not sure, but your brake pedal might not be pushing the brake light switch back in. Next time it happens, stop somewhere safe, put the car in park and check the brake lights on the rear of the vehicle with nobody's foot on the brake pedal. If they're still on, try pulling the brake pedal up with your foot and check to see if the lights go off. If they are on then go off, you can usually adjust the brake switch closer to the pedal to put more pressure on it to get the lights to go off. If not, you might have to get a new switch. If that's not it, try wiggling the wires with it in park then take off again and see if it'll return to cruise control.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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