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Cruise control will not come on checked f5 and f12 both good

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Check the solenoid by the turn signal

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If all fuses are good and wiring is good too, then there are still a few things that can be the problem. The easiest ones to check first is the vaccuum hoses that operate the diaphragm that moves the throttle. They could be unplugged, cracked, cut, etc. and any vaccuum leak on the system will at least hinder it, and can also prevent it from working. If all that is fine, then you probably have a faulty sensor, solenoid or switch somewhere. The brake pedal switch is used in the system to disable it when braking, and some models have 2 switches on the pedal. One for the cruise control, and one for the brake lights. So if the switch is stuck the cruise will think ur braking and prevent it from working. The solenoids that controls the vaccuum going to the diaphragm can also be dead and not open the vaccum ports when needed, so the throttle won't ever move. These are easy to test usually with a multimeter, since solenoids are just coiled wired that make a metallic shaft move, so there are only 2 terminals on them and you should have some resistance between the terminals if they are ok. If you have direct continuity without even a little resistance, then the coil is shorted, and if you have no continuity at all then the coil is cut open, and in both cases you will have to replace the solenoid. The vehicle speed sensor is also used for the system of course, and there are a few here you will need to check, and there are usualy one or 2 on the differential, and in most cases each of the ABS wheel speed sensors will also be taken in account, which also means the ABS unit's computer needs to be functionning correctly. So if you have a brake or ABS light on or are having trouble with the ABS while braking, this might be your problem. Of course the transmission computer usually plays a role in this too and needs to be functionning correctly, but in these cases it becomes too hard to figure out unless you have alot of equipment and knowledge on those. So i'll cut the rest short and just say that if you have a check engine light on, then you have a problem that quite possibly will prevent the cruise from working, so go to a garage or friendly mechanic to have him/them get the codes out for you so you can try and fix the problem, and hopefully your cruise control will work after that. Hope this helps! :)

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The fuse for cigarette lighters is number 9 = F9 (20A).
The fuse box / relay plate (fascia 1) is located inside the car under rear left seat 1 for Right Hand Drive (RHD) cars.
The fuse box (fascia 1) layout is:

1. F1 (10A) = Rear fog lamps
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Please rate my response. Thanks!

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