Question about 1996 Chrysler Town & Country
As with the other person's problem, you can turn on the Cruise Control but it will not engage when you press "Set".
I replaced the On/Off and Set switch on the dashboard after a guy in the Chrysler Dealer told me "It is probably just the switch". Still no good.
I read about brake switches and vacuum hoses - is this a common problem with Town and Country? Can anyone suggest anything else I might try?
Check your vacuum lines. Most of the time it is the vacuum lines, or the cruise actuator. I have seen a couple of brake switches not allow the cruise to set also. If it feels like it sets, then loses speed, it is a vacuum/actuator problem. If it is not setting at all, it could be either the brake switch, or the actuator.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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