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My cruise control will suddenly stop working and the cruise light

The curise control light will flash 4 to 5 times and then stop. After this, I am unable to turn on the cruise unless I switch off the ignition. Then the system seems to reset. I can turn on the cruise control, but it may or not funtion. This condition is intermittent as the cruise may function ok for a while but then suddenly stop again. Any suggestions will be appreciated. Wm.

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I had a similar problem and it turned out to be the brake fluid level. This may be an answer. Also have you had the brakes checked. The cruise control is integrated with the brakes. Any little thing wrong with them effects the cruise.

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