Question about 2004 Toyota Sequoia
All of a sudden, my cruise control goes off when I turn on a signal-either left or right. The 2004 Sequoia has 145,000 miles on it and has been a champ-this problem just suddenly appeared one day. I'm on cruise control heading down highway, come upon a slower car and signal to change lanes-cruise goes off. Same thing when I signal to return to original lane. Any thoughts? No electrical work ever done and no other problems with vehicle.
You may need to change your signal/cruise control device. You may try an auto recycling center.
Remove the positive wire from the battery
remove screws at the back of the airbags. Don't worry, you disable them when you remove power,
With a socket 1/2in drive and maybe an 18 or 20 remove steering wheel
Once the wheel is remove you should see your signal/cruise device.
You could go to your local auto store and buy a book or online www.hayes.com and it will help with the procedure
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