Question about 2005 Hyundai Tucson
There is a fault in your cruise control. Being a 2005 this is most likely electronic which means a lot of trace work (Diagnostics) and electronic testing. If there is no fault code indicted then it could be the Control module or the ECM depending on how they incorporated it when the vehicle was built. Unfortunately, without the computer used by shops and dealers to test the system this is going to be a pain to locate. I would start by checking the brake switch to see if it is weak as this activating will disengage the Cruise control. Since part of the signal has to come from the Transmission have a diagnostic done on that next. If the speed sensor or Transmission control module are sending false signals that will give your cruise control problems.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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