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???
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Once you have turned your cruise control on accelerate to desired speed press SET button on right hand side of steering wheel before lifting foot from accelerator, then remove foot from accelerator. pushing RESUME button will deactivate cruise control without turning it off. Then when clear of traffic push resume again to activate cruise control. It will automatically resume to previous set speed.
possible 4wd selector switch problem. 1st try unhooking battery for 10 min, then rehook and start engine, attempt shifting into 4wd and see if it clears up. could be multiple different things causing this, as the 4wd system is computer controlled, and electronically engaged.
there is a lever under the washer fluid lever on your steering wheel. push in the button on the end of it then push it down to set your cruise, up to accelerate while using cruise, and pull back on it to cancel cruise
Generally... There is ON/OFF - SET - ACCELERATE/RESUME, COAST/DECELERATE. Cruise is available at speeds above 35mph or so. Sometimes there is no main on/off. Cruise on a turn signal stem has a button that pushes in on the end, push when at desired speed. resume/accelerate slides to right, is spring loaded and return left when released. the same lever when slid left is coast/decelerate. Momentarily sliding accelerate and releasing increases crusing speed by a couple mph. If brakes are used cruise disengages, sliding resume returns you to cruise speed after braking. Coast/decelerate disengages cruise, when at desired lower speed hit set. On some, hitting set not needed, when coast is released speed is maintained. Variations may be up/ down instead or may be steering wheel face mounted. Please rate answer. Duct tape is like the force, it has a dark side.. a light side.. and holds the universe together!
Had the same problem with my 2003 Denali, dealer said they would have to replace the entire "module" for around $928, plus four hours labor. I called a sunroof repair shop and they said to hold down the "close" button for 10 seconds and it would re-set itself. It worked perfectly. Never going back to that dealer again!
There are a few things that can cause it. One which may sound stupid is actually valid on a lot of cars - if you have a burned out brake light bulb, some cars will not allow the cruise to be set. Make sure all of your bulbs are working right.
You could also have a failure of the cruise control buttons. On my Audi, the cruise control is on a stalk on the column, and is known to overheat and fail. A search of the internet should reveal if this is a known issue on your model year Yukon. Search "cruise control failure Yukon" and see if something comes up - chances are there is information out there that will tell you if this is something that is typical of your vehicle.