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Old 08-21-2005, 11:07 AM
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1993 Chevy Silverado cruise control

It doesn't work. Any ideas as to where to start looking or what it might be. All I know is that it is not a fuse.

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Electronic? or Vacuum..or both.? Both I think..on that car..Anyways..

Won't come on..check for Vacuum to canister to actuator..via switch and BBox..(in on) If that is good (holding Vacuum) the speedo cable may have broken, thinking it's at idle at any speed..those are 2 piece too so check both sides.

Won't turn off, open brake light wire to the switch from the Bbox..

That should get you started anyway..

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All electronic. No vacuum. One fuse and it is good as it runs both the gauges and cruise so I know that is not it.
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