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Old 12-07-2009, 11:53 PM   #1
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I read Danthrus thread on how to take the 2 switches out, and reinstall them, but I did not see how close to the brake pedal they are supposed to be....Should they just be touching them or back away from them just a touch......
I looked at mine tonight, because I dont have any cruise, and the shifting at take off is jumpy.....
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I put alot of posts on here, about my car, but really it is a nice car. Just trying to get her running good. For the daughter.....
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If the cruise is not working then the brake switch is not adjusted right. Move the switch in one tooth and take a test drive.
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When looking at the 2 switches, how close to the pedal should they be?
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You want the switch to be all the way closed when the peddle is all the way up. I pushed teh switch in until I can't any more, test drive, then if I need to move it in I push the peddle in just a bit and move the switch.
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