Question about Toyota Cars & Trucks
Ford exploder had a problem with the brake / cruise control will burn up. this is because it was wired right over the exhaust manifold and the other brake element heated up. so chek the wiring frum the unit and the cable. lol!
Posted on Mar 31, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
short , loose connection or relay --most likely ---those little green light flicker or come on when generally there is an intermittent short, loose connection or a relay or fuse going to fail soon
and nothing works without a good ground ---one could check if the correct voltage is reaching the cruise contol system and go from there
Just my 2 cents --wiggle the connections --gently ---the cruise control is a complicated sysytem somewhat --you may need another symptom to appear to narrow this down more
but then again --I hate Tow trucks it's a GM --SELL IT Buy a foreign car don't go to ford either
a friend of mine once told me --a 30+yrGM master mechanic that thanks to GM's faulty wiring harnesses and stuff HE will NOT ever want for work and Ford isn't any better --
Get the Toyota if you can that is --unless you are a GM Fan
then sorry my bad no insult intended --
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
SOURCE: cruise control not working
if no electrical problem with the switch check the Acutator it holds the throttle by vacuum check the vacuum lines connections..to the acuator...check the the switch just because the light on the panel never lights up on some cars does not mean the switch is broken...
Posted on May 07, 2009
The Venture uses an electronic Cruise Control and doesnt require vacume. I would suspect the cruise module under the hood, or the lever on the steering colum to be bad.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
Testimonial: "You're right on the no vacuum part. I kind of suspected the unit under the hood myself, but was hoping there might be a cheaper fix. :-) Thanks 4 info"
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