Question about Volkswagen Touareg
The most common problem is a blown fuse...check that first. If the fuse is good, you will then check under the hood components. There are 2 cables that control throttle. One is for your accelerator pedal, the other goes to the cruise actuator. A common under the hood problem is for the actuator to become unattached from its bracket, not allowing the cruise to lock in. Check all linkage and electrical connections. If all that is good, go to a national parts chain such as Auto Zone or Advance and have the codes read with an OBD II reader. They will perform this service for free and interpret the codes for you. This could reveal a problem with a sensor or selenoid. If all of that checks out good, you likely have a problem within your steering wheel....a bad switch, contact or connection. Good Luck! I hope you find this to be very helpful!
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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