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Old 11-03-2006, 11:06 AM   #1
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Default Cruise Control doesn't work

Please help me diagnose the CC problem. It'* with the 95 SSEi, and it'* not showing and Cruise Control codes. This is what i have done so far:

Check fuses-----------------done and ok
Check Vaccum lines--------all replaced
Check linkages--------------not stuck
Check codes re CC.--------no Cruise Control codes showing.


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Check CC stalk switch? Possibly switch not working?
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did it just stop, or did it slowly start having problems?
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Check CC stalk switch? Possibly switch not working?
I would imagine you're talking about checking for power? I'll have to find out where the wiring is accesable first...Thanks.

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did it just stop, or did it slowly start having problems?

It wan't working when I test drove the car before I purchased it, and I just put it on the road couple of weeks ago..
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Ok well. after you try the switch on the whipper arm to see if thats working.

Try this. this might be the problem..

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=65124
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Ok well. after you try the switch on the whipper arm to see if thats working.

Try this. this might be the problem..

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=65124
I read that post bandit, but I'm not show the code you listed in your post. See below.


(P1565) - Cruise Control - servo position sensor failure.
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yeah but eve so there are many parts in there. thats just one of the parts.
Still can have dirty contacts that may be cosing your problem
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Ok well. after you try the switch on the whipper arm to see if thats working.

Try this. this might be the problem..

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=65124

I checked power to the CC switch on the wiper arm and there was no power, I found the problem, got power and guess what.................It Works! Yaaaaaaaaaaaa1

Thanks Bandit.........Now I only have 7 more problems to deal with. I'll make a new post for the next in line.
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Good work, Frank! Thanks for posting what you found to be the problem!
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Ok well. after you try the switch on the whipper arm to see if thats working.

Try this. this might be the problem..

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=65124

I checked power to the CC switch on the wiper arm and there was no power, I found the problem, got power and guess what.................It Works! Yaaaaaaaaaaaa1

Thanks Bandit.........Now I only have 7 more problems to deal with. I'll make a new post for the next in line.
where was the problem? wire unplugged, or cut?
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