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Old 08-10-2013, 05:02 PM   #1
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Cruise control not working

So I had to replace my clutch master cylinder cause the plastic circle holding the clutch pedal to the cylinder broke and as you guys no all this newer stuff is mostly plug n play. So I unplugged. Everything and took out the clutch and brake assembly, well when I put it all back together and plugged everything back in my cruise control won't work. Any ideas?
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Could be this. I googled cruise control fuse and copied it.

Diagnose the problem if the cruise control does not activate. Check the cruise control fuse.

Here's the link. Scroll left to right.

http://www.ehow.com/how_4457570_repa...ol-system.html
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I Had to replace the entire master cylinder too because the exact same black plastic circle broke. I had a shop replace mine though, and my cruise control would not work after. i took it back to the shop and they said it was the clock spring inside of my steering wheel was the problem and quoted me $180 to replace that, sounds like bs to me... so i just live without cc now.
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I Had to replace the entire master cylinder too because the exact same black plastic circle broke. I had a shop replace mine though, and my cruise control would not work after. i took it back to the shop and they said it was the clock spring inside of my steering wheel was the problem and quoted me $180 to replace that, sounds like bs to me... so i just live without cc now.
Ya it's dumb. 180 is crazy for cc. On road trips it may be worth it tho. I read tho that it's a dealer part which I don't understand. I thought at first it was a fuse
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