Question about 1995 Plymouth Voyager
Under the fuse panel - look at the back of the fuse panel cover - there is usually a diagram to show each fuse. If not there, locate the fuse/relay panel under the hood - this should be on the drive side firewall. Lift out the cover and look at the back of it - the cruise control relay and/or fuse may be there.
Note: Cruise control is also operated partly by vacuum. So this may be the problem if your cruise is not working. Locate or purchase a repair manual for details, or ask an auto parts dealer representative for more information.
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Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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