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No vacum to cruise control

97 land rover discovery,no vacum coming from switch,is ther a way to test switch ?

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  • Jeffrey Babiuk May 11, 2010

    What switch are you testing? Where are you looking for vacuum.

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Make sure you dont have a vacuum leak first, before you replace the switch. The number one cause of cruise control dropping out on these older range rovers is a leaking vacuum hose.

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