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2005 f-150 cruise control after installing led brake and running?

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does cruise show up in led when you start engine

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more than likely, yes.

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Installed led tailghts [ 4]cruise stopped working book says I need LED relay where can I get this-do I need 4 one for each lite


I am wondering which book told you this?

An led lamp that is designed to operate from 12 volts consumes far less current than the conventional lamp and so no conventional relay would be needed.

A single led requires much less than the 12 volt supply and if connected directly it would be damaged but by wiring many in a combination of series and parallel circuits and perhaps with a series resistor reliable operation is achieved. The benefits of led lamps is they operate cooler and consume less current and are not sensitive to vibration or thermal shock like standard bulbs.

It is the reduced current that is a problem. On-car systems such as bulb-check systems and anything that might be connected to the stop lights measure the current each circuit consumes and expect to "see" the current used by a couple of bulbs flowing along the wire. Led lamps will not cause even the current of half a bulb to flow and so the concerned systems become confused and useless.

I suspect the "relay" is simply a device to fool the on-car systems into believing there are still bulbs in the lamps, perhaps simply by consuming current.
I think you will need to ask questions of the people who supplied the led lamps...

Nov 04, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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I can't find which fuse runs the cruise control. My cruise just stopped working, light does not come on in dash when CC is engaged which led me to believe I've lost power to the unit ??????????? 2006...


There is not a fuse for the CC itself, only the brake light fuse and the speed control deactivation switch ( on the top of the brake pedal lever ).

The deactivation switch is from fuse # 14, 10A.

Did you change the Stop / Turn bulbs to LEDs without the load resistors ? Usually the CHMSL ( Center High Mount Stop Lamp ) as a standard bulb is enough to keep the CC working, when doing LED Stop / turn bulbs.

The deactivation switch has the switch in the closed position to the PCM, when the brake is off.
Could also be this switch if the fuse tests good with a meter.

Check for power on both sides of the deactivation switch

Fuse #14 - Light Blue w/ Pinks stripe wire - deactivation switch - black w/ yellow stripe wire - PCM.

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Dec 29, 2010 | 2006 Ford F-150

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Cruise control not working when it was it seammed to make the motor run very ruff when i disengaged it by using brake pedal


If the cruise control makes the engine seem to run very rough until disengaging it, there could be a problem with the engine itself. As, most cruise control systems just pull on the throttle cable to maintain speed on the highway based on setting the speed with the button.

So, I would look into the engine maybe having an issue with spark plugs, or wires, or another tuneup or mechanical issue.


Cruise Control Cable Removal & Installation To Remove:
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  1. Before servicing the vehicle refer to the precautions at the beginning of this section.
  2. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • The cable from the throttle lever and the accelerator control cable bracket gm_mv_ven_cruisecable.gif

    • The cable from the module by rotating the cable counter clockwise at the module
    • The cable from the module band
To Install:
NOTE: Ensure that the module strap is not twisted during cable installation
  1. Install or connect the following:
    • The cable to the module band
    • The cable to the module
    • The cable to the throttle lever and the accelerator control cable bracket
  2. Adjust the cruise control cable.
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  1. Before servicing the vehicle refer to the precautions at the beginning of this section.
  2. Remove or disconnect the following: gm_mv_ven_cruisecable.gif

    • The cruise control cable from the module gm_mv_ven_cruisecon.gif

    • The electrical connector gm_mv_ven_cruisebolt.gif

    • The mounting bracket bolt from the cruise control module
    • The cruise control module from the mounting bracket
To Install:
  1. Install or connect the following:
    • The cruise control module to the mounting bracket
    • The mounting bracket bolt to the cruise control module
      1. Torque to 53 inch lbs.(6 Nm)
    • The electrical connector to the module
    • The cruise control cable to the module

Oct 11, 2010 | 1999 Pontiac Montana

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2002 gmc yukon denali xl, cruise control inop after installing l.e.d. taillamp assemblies, know it is a resistance problem, where and what rating of resistor should i install?


It is not a resistance problem. As it operates normally, the cruise control is wired to the stop lamps and will operate only when it sees chassis ground through the stop lamps. When you tap your brake pedal, 12 volts is applied, the ground goes away and cruise is deactivated. Because the LED tails are diodes and only let current flow one way, the cruise cannot see ground and will not set or operate. The same symtoms would appear if you had original incandescent tail lamps and both brake lights were burned out.
The solution will be finding the wire from the cruise that senses the brake lights, and connecting it directly to the brake switch, IF the brake switch is grounded when the pedal is not pressed. You may have a relay wired to the brake pedal switch to make this happen. Seek a knowledeable car audio/accesory shop familiar with auto electrical to help you with this.
Good luck!

May 02, 2010 | 2002 GMC Yukon Denali

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Aftermarket LED stop/tail lights prevent cruise control working. Seems the cruise has a logic input, normally held low by brake light cct, but with LEDs, it stays high. Only answer without using power...


Too difficult to do this way. Place a diode in each input leg of the stop/tail light cct to prevent back current flow to the effected ccts.I have done this as I had the same problem as my cruise control and traction control where inoperable. These 'high end' features of later model cars disconnect when you brake but in most case insted of a simple on/off brake switch the swich is double thow and it it turns on brake light and turns off other ccts

Apr 12, 2010 | 2002 Isuzu Rodeo Sport

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My cruise control doesnt work on my 2004 f150


Is the switch on the end of the brake master cylinder good? There has been a recall for these I think. Check all fuses? Make sure brake lights operate normally.

Nov 02, 2009 | 2004 Ford F150

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Cruise control doesn't work


does cruise show up in led when you start engine

Aug 14, 2008 | 2007 Dodge Ram Truck

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Cruse controll


Pull up on the brake pedal. If that does not work check your brake light bulbs (LED brake lights will also keep your cruise control form working). Finally check all of the fuses. This system needs at least 3 different fuses to work properly.

Aug 05, 2008 | 1998 Honda Accord

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Cruise control does't work


check the brake pedal switch. if older possibly a recall

Aug 05, 2008 | 2000 Ford Explorer

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Remote keyless power door locks, cruise control don't work


I am not sure that these two problems are necessarily related. The fuse for the power door locks is located behind the fuse block. Remove the two bolts holdiong the block in and find the one fuse on the back.
The cruise control is usually a brake or clutch switch. Or possibly if you happened to install LED brake lights?

Jul 25, 2008 | 2000 Ford Focus

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