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Can. If the truck is a dash shift then they should be able to replace just the sencer. If it works there's a problem with the brake multi-function switch. FrankHurtAuto 92,908 views 3:31 Easy fix for non-working cruise control buttons on steering wheel - 2009 Ford E-150 van - Duration: 3:27. his comment is here

Make sure the throttle returns to idle and turn the key off. The administrator has disabled public write access. Almost everytime I work on the passenger side of the engine, usually the plugs, I lose cruise control. Good idea.

2005 Ford F150 Cruise Control Not Working

F150 cruise control 2 years 7 months ago #92861 Yavion Offline 3rd Gear Posts: 91 Thank you received: 11 Karma: 1 On newer cars these days not sure about a '99 Issue: Your truck’s cruise control isn’t working at all What to do: The system gets power from the ignition switch through a fuse, so check the fuses. Headed down the road and cruise control now works like a champion. Proud to be Eric The Car Guy Certified.

And I have yet to take it to FOMOCO. Quote: 2 flashes - BPP defective, circuit is defective, brake applied, CPP switch or jumper (if equipped). Dealer said they could be related as supported by what I'm reading here. Ford F150 Cruise Control Deactivation Switch The time now is 03:22 AM. Sponsors -- F150online - Redesign -- Next Gen F150online - Archive - Advertising - Cookie Policy - Privacy Statement - Terms of

On the TSB it says to check the BOO signal with the engine off but in my case I had to run the engine and actually had to drive it and dcassel View Public Profile View Gallery Find all posts by dcassel #9 09-07-2013, 07:00 PM Bluegrass 7 Post Fiend Join Date: Sep 2006 Posts: 5,966 The next step California Chapter Colorado Chapter Hawaii Chapter Idaho Chapter Montana Chapter Nevada http://www.f150online.com/forums/electrical-systems/392738-cruise-control-not-working.html Here's the Problemtim on:Ford F150 Call of Duty Reptar - Jaw Dropping Feature TruckLike Us On Facebook Recent Posts 10 Auto Repair Tools a DIY Mechanic Should Never Rent Past to

Tester ottowonder 2010-02-03 00:07:31 UTC #3 Brake lights are wworking. 2001 Ford F150 Cruise Control Fuse Location Trailer Towing Other; Brakes, Electrical, Hitches, Weight Distribution & CDL Discussion Small Chassis Trucks Crossovers 2011 & Newer Explorer Explorer, Sport Trac, Mountaineer I think I have the cable, coming in the firewall and leads over to where the ECM is mounted, but no box or module for the cruise .......... You’re not alone B.

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2001 Ford F150 Cruise Control Not Working

Cruise control not working Page 1 of 5 1 2345 > Thread Tools Search this Thread #1 10-07-2009, 10:46 PM Snels Junior Member Thread Starter http://community.cartalk.com/t/f150-cruise-control-does-not-work/43609 I read somthing about the shift interlock switch being bad. 2005 Ford F150 Cruise Control Not Working It is possible that an after market switch in not made to spec and opens at to low a system pressure especially after the engine bay gets hot and the fluid Ford F150 Cruise Control Self Test Cruise Control not working LinkBack Thread Tools Search this Thread #1 08-13-2011, 12:52 AM 51tuscany New User Thread Starter Join Date: Aug 2011 Posts: 1

Throttle cable? http://zenlinux.org/cruise-control/2007-silverado-cruise-control-not-working.html Advertisement F150 cruise control 2 years 7 months ago #92441 Wayne613 Offline 5th Gear Gallifreyan Shadetree Mechanic Posts: 517 Thank you received: 84 Karma: 14 Could be servo, controller, or brake Normally when the sencer fails it fails closed preventing the truck to be moved into gear. Or it'll turn on then turn off right away. 2006 Ford F150 Cruise Control Not Working

BPP = Brake Pedal Position Switch CPP = Clutch Pedal Position switch ( or jumper if it is an Auto trans ). #6 10-08-2009, 09:47 PM Snels Junior Member But, this just happen to me, my cruise control went out about 3 weeks ago. I haven't had time to look at the problem so I need some ideas. http://zenlinux.org/cruise-control/s10-cruise-control-not-working.html Does this give you anymore ideas?

WHERE IS THE ABS VALVE LOCATED ON MY TRUCK? 2004 Ford F150 Cruise Control Not Working Certain vehicles also have a vacuum reservoir tank to prevent loosing vacuum while going up hills, check this tank for leaks as well. Thanks to everyone that posted their comments and tech tips.

Shepard View Public Profile View Gallery Find all posts by Shepard #14 11-21-2003, 07:22 PM kmans777 Senior User Join Date: Feb 2003 Location: Puyallup, Wa.

Could it just be a fuse? Tester 2010-02-01 15:54:16 UTC #2 Check and make sure all the brake lights work. For login and website Support [email protected] Website Advertisement/Business Inquiry Contact [email protected] Email Contact [email protected] Address: EricTheCarGuyP.O. F250 Cruise Control Troubleshooting or Log In Log In Forums Ford Truck Enthusiasts Site NavigationFord Service CoverageOfficial Ford Forum : Ask an EngineerSite AnnouncementsNew Member IntroductionsRide Of The WeekUser Gallery & Picture DisplayNewer Light Duty

cruise control not working Page 1 of 6 1 23456 > LinkBack Thread Tools Search this Thread #1 11-05-2003, 10:50 AM Orlie Junior User Thread Starter Then it might turn on and set the speed only to go out in a few seconds. The fuses are not obvious, they are in rubber holders strapped up with the wires and capped. http://zenlinux.org/cruise-control/vw-beetle-cruise-control-not-working.html It could be slipping, or the motor could be failing for the same reason my own croaked.

Any other suggestions. Louis (Out in the woods) Vehicle: 2001 Ford F250 6.8 Posts: 5,896 It's more of a coincidence than an actual plan on Ford's part because Ford changed where they pick up Way to test the usage of self test mode, pop the hood and watch the servo motor cable movement. My cruise would not engage and diagnostic codes did not work.

I'll post Tuesday AM.