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I have the same problem but my car flashes "cruise control not available" then flashes "transmission fault" Anyone know what could be wrong, its kind of freaking me out. Please email me if you have answers littlemose89@yahoo.com

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  • littlemose89 Jul 21, 2009

    so is that bad to be driving with that?

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