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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
most have idle up solonoid to raise any rpm lost by compressor.. if still too high when compressor is engaged then that may be problem... is adjustable
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
check all your fuses first then take a look at the brake switch and there is a criuse cancel switch also, i think there may be a problem with the switch,even if the cancel switch was bad i think the power would still stay on but cruise would just stop and power would stay on. check fuses and switches anyway to be sure then take a look at the power switch.
Posted on May 30, 2010
You will need to either splice or direct connect one of the leads to a push button starter to the starter solenoid. from there one fused wire to battery positive. And there you have a push button starter here is the danger of doing this if you are in gear with the key on or off and the button is accidently engage it can take off with you in the car or not so extreme safety needs to be practiced at all times
Posted on Feb 22, 2012
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