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Cruise Control will not hold speed on my Dodge Intrepid 1993 3.5L, while checking out servo unit I found a vacuum hose laying loose, where does it connect?

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Intake manifold. should be a vacuum diagram under the hood

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There are many things that can cause your cruise control to act up or not work at all. This article will lead you in the correct direction on finding a solution to your problem. This article is for any type of vehicle.<br /> <br /> <b>If your cruise control won't hold proper speed, </b>you need to look at the following parts. <br /> <ol> <li>Faulty Cruise Control</li> <li>Faulty Speed Sensor</li> <li>Faulty Vacuum or Vent Valve</li> <li>Faulty Stepper Motor</li> <li>Faulty Transducer</li> <li>Incorrect Cable Adjustment</li> <li>A Binding Throttle Linkage</li> <li>Leaking Vacuum Tank</li> <li>Leaking Vacuum servo diagram</li></ol> <b>If your cruise control surges, </b>check the following parts.<br /> <ol> <li>Faulty Cruise Control Module</li> <li>Faulty Speed Sensor</li> <li>Binding Throttle Linkage</li> <li>Kinked Speedometer Cable</li></ol> <b>If your cruise control cuts out on you, </b>check the following parts.<br /> <ol> <li>Faulty Transducer</li> <li>Faulty Cruise Control Module</li> <li>Short or Open Circuit in Cruise Control</li> <li>Brake or Clutch Switch Adjusted too tight</li></ol> <b>If your cruise control doesn't work at all, </b>check these parts.<br /> <ol> <li>Faulty Cruise Control Module</li> <li>Short or Open Circuit in Cruise Control</li> <li>Faulty Clutch or Brake Switch</li> <li>Leaking Vacuum Circuit</li> <li>Faulty Stepper Motor</li> <li>Faulty Speed Sensor</li> <li>Faulty Transducer</li> <li>Faulty Cruise Control Switch</li> <li>A Blown Fuse</li></ol>

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This is just a guess and they can keep my point if I'm wrong :) but I would start looking around the cruise unit itself under the hood for loose plugs or, in some cases loose vacuum hoses. Some cruise units use engine vacuum for unit actuation, some use it as an indicator of engine speed though now it's mostly sensors and servo actuators operated by computer. I can't speak directly about your unit but sometimes, in all brands of vehicles, when you change something that is computer controlled, you have to reprogram the computer so it can accurately sense and operate the part or machine. Good luck. Jeff M.

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Additionally, if you have a brake or clutch issue - sensor in those sub-assembly circuits would automatically disengage the cruise control speed setting - but could leave the cruise indicator on.

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I'm getting this code p0582 on Mar 19 2009 you sad you did not no what it was. Do you know now? there no more codes. Cruise Control Related Malfunction i tern on the Cruise Control. Light comes on I set...


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