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1993 cruise control stopped working in my honda accord lx

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  • greenbriar20 May 19, 2009

    How about the clutch switch which disables/enables cruise to operate? And does it also allow starter to function when clutch petal pushed to floor.? What is this switch called?

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Also try going to your local junk yard and try replacing the cruise control module under the dash its a silver box and it might say at or mt depending on your type of transmission

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The cheapest place to start is to replace all of the vacuum lines. If they are old, dried out, and cracked, that might be your problem.

Posted on Feb 20, 2009

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    Jay Glendenning Feb 20, 2009

    If this works I would appreciate a FixYa rating .. Thanks .. Crayz



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There are three switches that must be on in order for the cruise to work. There is the main switch on the dash, there is a switch on the shift lever, and there is a switch on the brake pedal. The next time the cruise does not work, first pull the brake pedal up with your foot and try to set it again. If that does not work, try wiggling the shift lever. This may be a good place to start. My bet is with the brake switch. If that is the problem, it needs a minor adjustment and an easy fix.

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SOURCE: 1993 Honda Accord, needs cruise control on to start

i think that is a anti theft system for your car

to start you have to push the cruise button

other system are wired on the defrost to start car

if the car run ok it is just a anti theft system

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