Question about 2007 Honda CR-V
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Posted on Feb 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The cruise-controls have 2-buttons that must be activated before it gets the car going when you remove your foot off the gas-pedal.
The cruise button is essentailly a switch that turns 'on' the cruise servo-motor that tells the sytems that you wants to use it, so it gets ready.
There are other three switches on the right-side of the steering wheel namely: resume accel; cancel; set decel.
To get your car to cruise: you must steady your speed and foot on the gas-pedal. You cannot just press the switches and expect the car to cruise. It takes about two-to-three seconds for the system to respond to a set cruising speed.
How to do it: accelerate to a speed of about 30-mph. Press the 'cruise' button on the dash first. Next you press 'set decel' button. This will turn 'on' the cruise control light on the instrument panel. Then wait a second or three and you would feel the cruise engagement. Any touch on the brake pedal will slow down the car and turns the cruise off. The 'cancel' button turns off the cruise light on the instrument panel.
If you hit the brake-pedal at any time for any reason, and you would like to continue cruising again, simply press the 'resume accel' button.
The cruise system works in conjunction with the braking system of the car. So all major parts of the braking system must be in good condition, otherwise the cruise system could shut off itself.
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
There is a cable reel (clock spring) in the steering column. If it was not centered when you put in the rack than it probably broke.... Is the SRS light on too? This cable reel allows electrical connection to the air bag and the cruise control switch (mounted to the steering wheel), so you can turn the wheel. Its operating range is two and a half turns from center in both direction. When you disconnect the steering coupler from the rack the steering wheel moves, now the cable reel is not centered. If you put it back on in this position and turn the steering wheel fully to one side the cable reel breaks. That could be what happened, however the cable reel is very expensive so make sure that's it before replacing. I recommend performing an input test on the cruise control unit to confirm.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
The cruise control suddenly stopped working and lites did not come on either, was working fine one day then next day it didnt'. Is there a fuse that might have gone out and if so where is it located?
Posted on Apr 10, 2010
JUST POP SWITCH OUT AND BULB GOES INTO SWITCH USE SMALL SCREW DRIVER TO REMOVE YOU WILL HAVE TO TWIST IT COUNTERCLOCKWISE TO REMOVE, TWIST CLOCKWISE TO INSTALL.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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