1995 Prelude Cruise Control

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    Robert B New Member

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    Can't get Cruise control to work. Tried switches, control module, actuator, fuses, and speed sensors. Any suggestions?
     
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    Robert B New Member

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    Would love a diagnostic flow chart if anyone has one
     
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    doesnt vacuum have alot to do with curse control... id try to make sure you dont have any leaks
     
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    Check the pedal stopper on the clutch switch if it is broken.
     
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    I'll try to look for the diagnostic flow chart.
     
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    Got it from All data it looks like a short Two other odd things are happening. Clock is continuously running and will not set and low fuel indicator light is not coming on. May be coincidence on the light cause it doesn't light up when you crank car but no idea about the clock I saw where a ground problem may affect the clock so I am wondering if that is related to cruise not working.
     
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    Were you able to fix the problem?
     
    jjnorman18, Jan 2, 2020
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