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Where is the fuse for the cruise control for a 04 grand am gt? I bought the car today and the cruise control isn't getting any power, and when this has happened in the past with other cars, it was always the fuse. I didn't get an owners manuel, and cant seem to locate the fuse in either fusebox. Does anybody know?

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Check all the fuses with a test light its possible that it shares a fuse with something else

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What fuse disconnects the cruse control


disable, it for ever? why not pull the cruise switch connector pins.
or just doing service on it.
why not tell goal, what are you doing,
we can not guess that.

no matter, what the FSM covers that.
why not read that.?
Jeep model WJ
here is your answer on fuses.
on modern cars Cruise, is just part of the EFI system.
It's 99% software.
there is NO CRUISE MODULE.
switch >>>PCM>>>ESCS
ESCS is the electronic speed control servo. (solidnoid box)
the PCM supplies power to the ESCS so , if you kill power to the
PCM the engine is now dead. no EFI.

you can try unplugging the ESCS connector
ive no idea how unhappy the PCM will be, why risk that?
do so on a test track or off road, and not kill US, on the road.
on newer cars the PCM slams you to LIMPHOME, for that trick.
no engine power and sucks fuel.

why not stated end goal and ask how to do this safely.?????


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I have a 1994 mercury grand marquis. The cruise control stopped working today so I believe a fuse blew out. Can you tell me what is the number slot in the fuse box that is for cruise control? Thank you


Hi Debbie,

First I think it should be said that whatever is wrong with your cruise control it is definitely NOT caused by a fuse. Fuses do not cause electrical circuits to fail. Failing electrical circuits case fuses to blow.

With that said, there are 2 fuses that affect your cruise control operation:
Fuse #6 (10 Amp) and Fuse #7 (15 Amp), both of which are located in the instrument panel fuse block. Fuse #6 is the power feed to the cruise control servo and Fuse #7 is the brake lamp fuse, which provides power to let the cruise control servo know when you have applied the brake.

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Where is the cruise control fuse in a 2004 chevy trailblazer?


Gotta tell you, this question had me a little confused. Below are 2 wiring diagrams for you. One is for the cruise control circuit and the other is for the air conditioning circuit. The reason I gave you those is because it seems according to the wiring diagram in the cruise control that the fuse for the cruise control goes to the HVAC (air conditioning). According to the wiring diagram for the A/C yes that fuse also controls the ignition power for the A/C controller. In any case the fuse that would cover the cruise control is the number 30 fuse in the fuse panel located under the hood of the vehicle. Below is a picture of the location of the fuse panel and also fuse layout diagrams for the 6 cylinder and 8 cylinder engine vehicles as they have different layouts depending on the engine size. I hope this helps you and good luck.


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Check fuses/relays and make sure they are all good; if so check the electrical wiring/connectors in the dash. Jeeps are notorious for loose wires in the dash.

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2003 jeep grand cherokee cruise control not working.


Ok, the '03 Jeep Grand Cherokee uses a small vacuum line to control the servos. Since your light comes on, it's obviously getting power. 9 out of 10 times it's the vacuum hose.
Pop the hood and look on the passenger side towards the back for the engine coolant reservoir. It's most likely underneath it so you may have to remove the res. Check the vacuum hose and all vac. connections then check the electrical connections. If that's not the problem, check the cruise control connection to the throttle linkage.
If that still doesn't do it, you may need use scan tools and diagnostic procedures that are out of the scope of home mechanics.
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Try checking your fuses, you may have a blown one. If the problem reoccurs, or it isn't the fuse, then you more than likely have a short somewhere, where you will need to spend up to several hours with a test light.
Good Luck!

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