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    No more Cruise Control...bummer!

    Cruise Control stopped working all of the sudden. The dash button lights up when depressed but the steering wheel controls don't seem to work anymore.
    I installed motor mount inserts at the beginning of the year and it really makes the dash shake a lot and I am wondering if the shaking screwed up the steering wheel buttons? I am going to take the buttons off and test them based on the instructions in my Haynes manual. I can't seem to locate a fuse for the cruise though?
    Any other suggestions.? Thanks.

    #2
    Check to see if that little stopper plug on the clutch or brake (don't remember which one it was) is still there.

    http://www.g2ic.com/forums/showthrea...rol+pedal+plug

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      #3
      There are three "switches", 2in1 on the brake, [a NC, 12V+ from CCMS to brake switch (light green) from switch to CCU (gray), [ a NO, 12V+ to brake light switch (white/green) from switch to CCU (green/white) and 1 on the clutch, [a NC, ground into CIS (black), from CIS to CCU (pink].

      All testing can be done at the CCU.

      Black/yellow - 12V+, fuse 24 - 15A, [hot in run and start.
      Light green - 12V+, from CCMS, hot when switch is on.
      Gray -12V+, from brake switch, from light green
      hot when brake not stepped on (NC).
      Green/white - 12V+ when brake stepped on.
      Blue - tach
      Light green/red - ground, momentary when steering wheel
      set/resume switch pressed.
      Light green/black - ground, momentary when steering
      wheel set/resume switch pressed.
      Red - output to CC indicator light in cluster.
      Yellow/red - from VSS
      Brown - CC actuator control.
      Brown/black - CC actuator control.
      Brown/white - 12V+ output to CC actuator clutch.
      Pink - ground input from CIS when clutch is not
      not stepped on.

      Use a meter to test the 12V+ and grounds at the CCU. 94

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        #4
        FCM,

        Thanks again! Checking it tomorrow!

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