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Where is the cruise control fuse


The power for the cruise control comes through fuse #14 in the fuse box. From there it goes to the Cruise Control Switch. However, the Cruise Control Module is above the Fuse/Relay box, behind the dash board. Good-Day!

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My cruise control stop working.


check the wring on the intake control for the cruise control common for the wires to become damaged or the seal on the plug to let in water and damp and white looking stuff on the plug or on the connection clean it off and change the seal on the plug.

Dec 06, 2013 | 2007 Volkswagen Jetta 2.5 Sedan

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Cruise control, stop working.


check the throttle control box this also is for the cruise control. also check the switch on the brake pedal. if both working it could be a problem with the cruse control unit. you would need ti to be put on an obd reader to find the fault.

Dec 06, 2013 | 2007 Volkswagen Jetta 2.5 Sedan

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Cruise control problem 2007 dodge nitro


if you try turn the cruise control on what happen , you see the light come on .

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Driving on highway and the cruise control would not turn on. had used previously that day


check the third brake light bulb, if thats out cruise control will not work, also check the fuse. ( if it has one for the cruise control)

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2002 jetta tdi running lights stay on, cruise control doesnt work


I believe u are not bypassing the correct switch be careful when bypassing u can damage something if u don't know what u are doing

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Engine light stay on and off 1995 VW Jetta GLS


It's just bad timing. Aftermarket radios have nothing to do with cruise control. Cruise control is attached to your cable line for your pedal near your throttle. It'a normally a box attached next to it. That is running on the battery separately and maybe a sensor to warn if it's not working properly.
The radio factory radio, is attached to many sensors in cars. If you have one that worked with volume contols on steering wheel than you might of sparked a problem. If that is the case (where you could control factory radio on steering wheel), than all you need is to go to the dealer and ask them to reset your gauges and warning lights. let them know whats up. Might cost you nothing. Also when replacing certain parts, the cruise control might have been tampered with and doesnt work.Or has been detached. normally you will have a blinking light steady, blink and it disappears. But check with dealer for the reset.

After they have done this, check to see if it occurs again. If it does, than it might be a shorted out wire connecting one of the sensors from the large important parts you had replaced earlier and it was just result of coincidental timing.

especially when replacing timing belt and water pumps. Even mechanics make mistakes!
Good luck.

Feb 16, 2009 | 1995 Volkswagen Jetta

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Cruise control problems


I would agree the switch is the first thing to replace, it is also the cheapest part and a logical choice based on your description of the problem

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