Question about 1997 Honda Accord
Recently have fault of not able to put auto lever into drive.found fault at brake switch.fitted new switch.not sure if switch is genuine honda part.only just found out cruise control not working while driving long distance on a trip.light on cruise button on but can not set speed.could fault be brake switch not adjusted properly or switch not genuine part.what is best way to adjust brake switch.thank you all
Yes, it probably is the brake switch. It must be working properly for the cruise control to work. If the part you got did not come from a car with cruise control, it will only have two electrical posts and not the four that you need.
If it is the right part, it must be turned in until the button is pushed completely, but not so far that it begins to actuate the master cylinder. Please report your results.
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
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