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Old 10-16-2012, 02:28 PM   #1
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Anybody know where the cruise equipment is located? Mine dosent work and I don't care to ever have it, so I wanted to delete it if it isn't already.
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Anybody know where the cruise equipment is located? Mine dosent work and I don't care to ever have it, so I wanted to delete it if it isn't already.
Sorry, I don't know where it is all located for 100% sure, but your Chiltons should show/tell you. Part of it will be under the hood and part under the dash, but I don't know what it looks like to tell you what to even look for. Maybe Google it too?
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Will do. Thanks TH!
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Total weight of the cc is less than 2 lbs. Don't know why you would get rid of it.
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Total weight of the cc is less than 2 lbs. Don't know why you would get rid of it.
Like he said it doesn't work and I would guess he just wants to clean up and de-clutter as much as he can.
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Probably doesn't work because the position sensor is unclipped from the brake pedal.
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Probably doesn't work because the position sensor is unclipped from the brake pedal.
That could very well be the case, but I have found on numerous older Mustangs that once things like that start malfunctioning parts get removed and never replaced, wires cut etc., etc.. Makes it a huge PITA if you are restoring one.
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