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1991 Celica GTS Cruise Control Problem

My '91 Celica GTS has a cruise conrtol that works only some of the time. The green light says "cruise control" (or "on") all the time when I turn it on, but the actual cruise control will engage only some of the time. It seems to be completely unpredictable. Can anyone offer any suggestions? Thanks!

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You may have a faulty brake lamp switch at the brake pedal. If the brake lights come on (via a bad switch), the cruise will cut off.

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Check the vacuum line coming off the intake running to the cruise control actuator. Everytime you push the cruise button the light always comes on but, when it actually working when you feel the gas pedal move from your foot.

Posted on Nov 14, 2008

Same goes for clutch & neutral switches.

Posted on Oct 07, 2008

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