Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Lynden Wa.
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2 things to check are the brake light switch and the vacuum hose under the drivers side battery, it rots out over time from battery acid is probably the most common cause of cruise failure. sometimes holding light up pressure on the brake pedal with your toe under the brake will tell ya if the switch is bad. There is no real adjustment for it , just go get a new one from Napa for under 15 bucks.
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