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2003 Explorer cruise control will not hold speed

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The cruise control servo is probably bad the rubber diaphram that holds the vacuum could have a leak.

Posted on May 31, 2010

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Where it's the speed module on a 03 Ford explorer Eddie Bauer


I'm guessing you're referring to the cruise control (speed control module)? I've included a pic to refer to what it looks like. depending on a v6 or v8 engine the location may differ under the hood. The wiring going into the object in the foreground is the module, with the cable on top that goes to the throttle to control speed.
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If you hit "On", cruise control is on. It's just not set to the speed.

To properly set the cruise control, do the following procedure:

  1. Select the "On" button on the left side of the steering wheel
  2. On the right side of the steering wheel, there is a "+" along with "Set", press that button after you have accelerated to the speed you desire to maintain.
  3. Use the "+ and -" to speed up or slow down your vehicle.
  4. To temporarly disable the cruise control, simply press the brake pedal.
  5. To resume the previously desired speed, press the top button "Resume"

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first, check the relay... but second, i had an 04 f150 heritage and i believe there was a recall on the cruise control unit for certain model yrs... i think it was 02-04... have your dealer check it out and they will replace it for free

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