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2003 Yukon, cruise control no longer works

When the cruise is on, if you push the end button to set it, it does not come on and upon releasing the button, the light on the dash flashes quickly. The fuse is not blown. Everything else on the arm works (blinkers, washers). However, a couple of weeks ago the washers started OCCASIONALLY 'catching' while running...or maybe better said as 'skipping'.

The cruise stopped working yesterday....and yesterday I noticed what seemed to be the speedometer not keeping accurate speed.....I was driving in the flow of traffice in a 40 MPH zone and maintaining with everyone fine and my speed was said to be going 60???

HELP!

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  • jmrobinson Jan 29, 2009

    Cannot find the throttle to check this??

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Check your linkage up by the throttle if thats good check your relays and fuses

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