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This is a new one on me ,i can only assume it means something wrong with the cruise control ,i would need to see the car to have any idea at all to be honest my one doesnt display any messages but it is a older model
If this is a message you are getting up on the display, it is normally an indication of anouther fault, you will need to get the engine diagnostic codes and check them out, you can get the details for the codes http://www.bluejag.co.uk/diagnosticcodes.php
My car has a similar problem,i read the manual and the car goes to a limp home mode if the computer feels there is something wrong with the car,it happens to mine when the cruise control not available light comes on-it will also not exceed above 70mph when that particular light comes on.I was told my cruise control computer needs changing
Surges? Mine would surge, sputter, like it was losing power and the engine light would come on. I got a message saying Cruise Control not available. I opened the hood and heard a hissing sound. There was a leak in my PCV hose. I taped it up with some electrical tape that I keep in my glove compartment and problem solved. My mechanic replaced the hose for about $15
PCV hose. I had the same problem...Hear air escaping from mine..I just put some hose tape over mine, and when I got the cruise not available and check engine again, sure enough..tape was coming off...replace the hose..problem solved.
I had the same problem and found that the PCV breather hose was leaking, creating the vacuum leak. The codes for the error have translated to "bank 1 too lean, and bank 2 too lean." Start with the PCV breather hose and see if that doesn't fix it. You will also have to reset the computer afterwards to get rid of the error.
probably an intake problem easy.... air filter? harder leak in intake somewhere try the carb and choke cleaner start car and spray around intake components. i don't know about the sensor itself. cruise not available will come on when car is in limp home mode and the shaking will occur like in your last post at high rpms. i'm not a mechanic but have recently had similar problems.