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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the interior fan resistor probably needs replacing,situated behind the glove compartment near the fan motor.this resistor controls the fan speeds...good luck
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
SOURCE: Looked for 2004 Envoy Cruise
There are four fuses that can affect the cruise control. In the underhood fuse panel, fuses #12 & 22, and in the rear fuse panel, fuses #34 & 39.
There are other things that can stop the CC from working, stuck brake light switch, bad vehicle speed sensor, certain fault codes set by the computer, to name a few.
Posted on Aug 10, 2011
First I think it should be said that whatever is wrong with your cruise control it is definitely NOT caused by a fuse. Fuses do not cause electrical circuits to fail. Failing electrical circuits case fuses to blow.
With that said, there are 2 fuses that affect your cruise control operation:
Fuse #6 (10 Amp) and Fuse #7 (15 Amp), both of which are located in the instrument panel fuse block. Fuse #6 is the power feed to the cruise control servo and Fuse #7 is the brake lamp fuse, which provides power to let the cruise control servo know when you have applied the brake.
Posted on Oct 17, 2011
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