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Try on the steering wheel if not there then try on the turn signal or washer/wiper lever and the other place it maybe is on the dash just behind the steering column in front of the gauges

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normally it is on the steering wheel and if not there then check just behind the steering column up on the dash (it may be laying just in front of the gauges) and some were on the turn signal lever hope all of these help you out but if not stop by a dealer and they maybe able to show you

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COULD BE YOUR SWITCH, THAT HAS GONE BAD. OR YOUR CRUISE UNIT, MOST LIKELY IS THE SWITCH

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