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that is normal for cruise, ( its goes dead, when there are other dangerous conditions, or jeep gets lawsuit like TOY did)
did you scan it yet.
that be first. (after checking fuses)
look for ABS failures. or Traction control)
or get car serviced?????? like oper guide stated, for this error?
ALARM, CRUISE CONTROL, and STEREO Wiring Color Codes for 1996 Honda Civic
This FixYa Tip is for the purpose of installing an Alarm, Remote Starter, Cruise Control, and / or Car Stereo into the vehicle listed in the subject line.
The wires listed are the ones you will need to successfully complete the task.
Some vehicles require additional relays and / or modules to bypass factory security. If they are required - it will be in the NOTES section below the wiring colors.
The following FixYa TIP is good for all Honda Civics for the following production years:
STEREO WIRING COLOR CHART: Constant 12V+: Blue/White Switched 12V+: Yellow/Red Ground: Black Illumination: Red/Black Dimmer: n/a Antenna: Driver's Pillar
Front Speakers: Left Front (+) Blue Left Front (-) Gray/Black Right Front (+) Red/Green Right Front (-) Brown/Black
Rear Speakers: Left Rear (+) Blue/Yellow Left Rear (-) Gray/White Right Rear (+) Red/Yellow Right Rear (-) Brown/White
NOTES: Retain Keyless entry with secondary Harness Listed Below Additional Accessories: Metra Brand Dash Kit: 89-30-7891 - 99-7891 - 99-7898 Metra Brand Wiring Harness: 70-1720 W/Keyless Entry # 70-1720T Metra Brand Antenna Adapter: n/a
ALARM / REMOTE START WIRING CHART: Constant 12V+: White - Ignition Switch Harness Starter: Black/White - Ignition Switch Harness Ignition: Black/Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness Ignition 2: Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness Accessory: White/Black - Ignition Switch Harness Tach: Blue - Coil Brake Switch: Green/White - Brake Switch Trunk Pin: Blue/Black - (-) Driver's Kick Panel Parking Lights: Red/Black - (+) Driver's Kick Panel Head Lamp: Red/White (L) Red/Blue (R) - Steering Column Hood Pin: n/a Door Trigger: Light Green/Red - (-) Above Fuse Panel Door Lock: Green/White - (-) 2 pin connector taped to blue connector behind fuse box Door Unlock: Green/Orange - (-) Module Behind Radio Horn: Grey - Steering Column or GREEN connector behind radio
NOTES: - none -
CRUISE CONTROL: Constant 12V+: White - Ignition Switch Harness or Use Hot Side of Brake Switched 12V+: Black/Yellow - Ignition Switch Harness Ground: Use Chassis Near Cruise Control Module Hot Side of Brake: n/a - Brake Switch Cold Side of Brake: Green/White - Brake Switch Tach: Blue - Coil VSS Wire : Blue/White - Driver's Side Dash Footwell, Grey connector.
NOTES: PPM - 4000PPM ROSTRA Control Arm # 250-3421/250-1483 ROSTRA Throttle Adapter #250-4249
Vehicles with Manual Transmission require Clutch Switch. Some vehicles may require a speed signal generator and/or other parts/adapters not listed above. Rostra® Cruise Control module switch settings may differ if you use a speed signal generator or magnets and a pick up coil.
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check for 3 things, pay attention to see if , when your no not using the cruise control, do you leave it on. check and see if you have frayed wires, that has the possibility of grounding out, also check the cruise control circuit for damage. start with those.
The best suggestion would be that the cruise control needs replaced. The problem could be in your column but this is rare. Cruise controls can only take so much abuse and many people are unaware of the abuse they give. Constant on and off or accelerating manually while cruise control is on can burn up your cruise control.
You might check into the old Cruise Control Recall. If your model needed the repair I read some other goofy things happen after the truck was repaired.
I believe it was on the internet Blog for F150 trucks (Yours has same parts) that the 4x4 indicators and transmission controls are messed up because the Cruise Control repair does not fix all. Brake lights do not work and so on.
Do an internet search and when you find the articles copy them and bring them to the Dealer. This defect could be frying your parts. Also if you are not the original owner of the truck check the gear ratios on the front and rear axles to match.
have you had the transmission flushed? it seems to be caught in a limbo. where the calibration of the speedo and the transmission are not compatable. Now as wierd as that seems it happens usally like when going up a hill if you have a manual trans. and cruise locked in. it cant hold that speed and moves to a different speed if you dont down shift. Or perhaps your cruise control cable is slipping. is it vacume over mechanical? pop the hood and make sure all your hoses to cruise control are tight and no leaks.