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The cruise control does not engage.

Is there a fuse, and if so where located1994 pontiac bonneville

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    ift was the fuse replacing it would accomplish nothing because the fuse would just blow again. do the tests of function from the service manual.

  • yadayada
    yadayada May 11, 2010

    if the fuse is defective (which I doubt) then when u replace it it will just blow again, it is more likely the steering wheel contact is defective for the steering wheel mounted controls, this part is called the clock spring contact.

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There is not a fuse but there is some vaccuum lines. if you are faceing your car with the hood open, look at the right side of the enging bay. near the washer and kind of under the master cyilinder there should be a metal can looking thing with some rubber or plastic lines coming off. replace any vaccuum lines that are worn and your CC should come back.

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