From time to time my Rodeo Jumps and the check Trans light and cruise control lights come on for about 5 seconds
I bought this Rodeo and drove it from jacksonville FL to Tampa FL and on the way back I noticed it **** the Trans light came on and the cruise control shut off...
So, I kept the cruise control off thinking this may be the problem but after a few more miles it jerked again and this time the Cruise control lights came on (both) and the check trans light came on (5 seconds).
It drives ok but I need a solution before spending major money to have "joe wrench" figure it out.
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code p0320 refers to cam shaft position (CKP) sensor/engine speed (RPM) sensor--circuit malfunction=== causes --wiring--CKP/RPM sensor ---ECM
because the engine runs ok until it is on cruise control I would be investigating the RPM sensor for a fault
The cruise control takes its control from the RPM sensor and if that circuit is interminable the the cruise control doesn't know what rpms to maintain.
1. if not already done, set the parking brake.
2. turn the ignition switch to the ON position.
3. turn cruise control on
4. turn cruise control off
5. turn cruise control on
6. very rapidly push the RESUME button four times and then hold for four seconds on the fifth time.
7. oil change light should clear.
8. the time the cruise control is turned on for the second time to the time the fifth activation of the resume button is held down must be within 6-7 seconds, if not you must repeat the process.
Sounds like a loose wire, switch or connector somewhere or a bare wires touching. Have someone sit in the vehicle to watch for the light while you go through all the accessible wires etc to try duplicate the fault. Once duplicated the necessary remedy can be implemented
ok your problem is with the wheel the wheel speed sensor is reading a different speed prolly 1-2 mph difference so the dump valve in the abs is triggering i would change that wheel fast or youll be putting brake pads/shoes on that side very quickly. once you change the wheel pull the abs fuses or battery cable for 5 minutes then you should be good to go.as far as the spongyness pedal it will go away soon as the wheel is changed. if you still have the abs and brake light on you will need to pull some codes for us to help you some more.you 15" wheel is spinning faster then the 16" wheel the faster you go the bigger the difference will be between the 2.hope to hear good new back from ya.
when you travel over 65 mhr for long lenghts of time you don,t work the engine enough to move the fluid to lubricate the engine also when you go on long trips make sure the oil life is still gonna be good for the hole trip
I had that problem too and the issue was a loose wire connecting the engine control modude to the crankshaft sensor switch. The engine control module does not sense where the crankshaft position is when the wire moves, and that causes things to go snaky, such as the transmission and cruise lights coming on. This issue took a good mechanic in Syracuse one and a half weeks to find. Total cost was $425.00,$395.00 for labour, and $.99 for the new wire. Good luck!