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Own a 2005 G6 vt Pontiac and Cruise control suddenly stopped working. Is it a blown fuse?

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Yes, most likely. Look for the fusebox under the hood and check the fuse. Whenever any electrical system stops abruptly, the fuse should be the first candidate for inspection. So, please do it.

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