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I have an aftermarket Auscruise by Autron cruise control fitted in my 07 Toyota Corolla and it recently has started malfunctioning. When I attempt to set it, it will engage the accelerator (despite my foot being off the pedal) and increase the speed rapidly (e.g. I try to engage it at 110km/h and then it rapidly increases upto and past 130km/h before i can get the car to decelerate using the brake). Has anyone else had this issue? how did you address it?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cruise control will not engage
pull the plastic cover off the top of the engine and check where the cable from the cruise control connects by the throttle body. There is a plastic connector that might be broken. i had the same problem and a piece of tape fixed it for me but you can replace the part if your picky.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
SOURCE: Maintaining a consistant speed
I had the same problem with my Century. It's a very uncomfortable feeling when the car constantly trys to get away from you. I understand my mechanic replaced the throddle body with a another one (probably used) a year ago. This fixed the problem. Now after a year it's acting up again. What makes this really frustrating is that this just started again after after a $500 brake job which will cost me even more to get the ABS light to stay off. Public transportation is the solution!!!
Posted on Sep 09, 2012
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