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Dodge Dynasty Cruise Control problem

On my 1993 Dodge Dynasty LE, with 3.3L V6 and four speed automatic transmission, the cruise control does not work. It was sugggested that a fuse was bad, but the cruise control fuse (if any) is not located in the under-hood fuse box (with the relays). Vaccum lines are OK and not leaking, throttle control cable is OK, control servo looks fine and so do wire connections. What could be wrong?

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    going down highway cruise just stopped working. Still will not set

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THE 2amp FUSE IS IN THE GLOVE BOX FUSE PANEL.

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