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Cruise control on 2001 Lincoln Towncar

We replaced the servo, and the cruise light on the dash comes on when we try to set the cruise speed. However, we can't get the thing to work when we mash the set button. Thanks for any help.

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  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    WHEN I PUSH THE SET SPP\EED BUTTON IT GOES OF

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Try pulling the brake pedal up with your toe and setting the cruise control while you hold it up with your toe. If it engages, stop holding the brake pedal up. It will either disengage immediately or after you hit a bump. Or if you step on the brake, of course.

There's a brake pedal sensor button on the steering column right where the brake pedal arm intersects it. I put a self]adhesive felt pad (buy at wal-mart, home depot, etc) on the pedal arm where it makes contact with the sensor button. Fixed. Been working fine for a year now.

Gene C

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