Question about 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty SuperCab
After having truck detailed the cruise control no longer has power or indicator lights
A couple of things you can check,make sure you have brake lights,check the following fuses in the fuse panel under dash:
If this is a gas engine check fuses 27(15amp) and 34(10amp),if this is a diesel check fuses 22(20amp),34(10amp),and 45(10amp).
Any further diagnosis you would need a scan tool.
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It can be faulty
cruise control switch. If the switch is replaced, then it can be wiring issue
or faulty cruise control board. But as the switch is replaced, get the voltage
at the switch tested to confirm the switch is actually receiving voltage. If no
voltage received at switch power supply wire then, apply external 12
volt power to the cruise control switch wire and then see if cruise control
comes ON. If yes, then you know wiring is issue.
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