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2001 Crown Victoria criuse control stopped working, everything else works

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It has it's own fuse and the connector where the cable connects to the throttle body has been known to hop off check to see that it's connected and also pull on it to see thats connected on the cruise unit end.. If the check engine light is on the curise will be disabled by thecomputer. if the cruse has a vacume hose at the break pedal and an electricl switch at the break pedal too they get knockedoff and the vacume hoses at the unit and where they connect ot the engine.

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