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95 Cruise Control Woes

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Old 09-27-2016, 01:15 PM
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Fun fun fun learning and fixing things on this car.
Now on the Cruise control problem. 1st thing found was a blown fuse in the passenger side fuse box, Replaced, Still no go.
Check vacuum hoses for vac from the engine and holding and dumping pressure from the brake switch.
Check operation of the throttle cable with collapsing the vacuum plunger.
Checked ohms at vac pot plug in . Good. But no voltage showing.
Back to fuse box and fuse blown again. Hmmmmmmmm.
Next is get back in the manuels and get to the CC module under the passenger dash and see what's shorting out. Fun fun fun. But, lovin' it.
So far, fixed horns, radio antenna, broken ac vent, loose storage box covers and loose door trim, and spare tire set up. And main thing, after mechanic changed out plugs, fixed a bad wire, fixed a broke vac line to distributor, I change the MAF, MAP and OX sensors chasing a " Service Engine Soon " light problem that had the engine running very ratty when not on. Turn out to be Ox sensors. One step at a time.
 
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Old 10-15-2016, 09:43 PM
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Mines an 87 but FWIW I found a bad connection for the cruise control where the bundles of wires connect Just above the battery and the cruise control vacuum switch. Found it by accident just by disconnecting and then re connecting.
 
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