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Speed control not working, where is the fuse located?

My 2001 ZX3 speed control is not working. I cannot find a fuse in the panel for the speed control. Do you think the fuse could be the problem?

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  • shendler Oct 04, 2008

    I have checked the fuses listed, I did have 1 bulb burnt out in the brake lights above the back window, but after it was replaced the cruise still does not work. Any other ideas? Thanks for trying!

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There are three fuses that have to work for the cruise to operate, including the brake lights.Check fuse numbers 53,54, and 59. It can also be affected by the brake switch (and clutch switch - if equipped). The cruise also needs a connection through the brake light bulbs, which means that it will not work if the bulbs are burnt out or if you have LED tail lights. Try pulling up on the brake pedal to see if it is the brake switch. Please post your results. Thanks.

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