DESCRIPTION & OPERATION
Major components of the cruise control system are speed control switches, servo/actuator, vehicle speed sensor, horn relay, Brake Pedal Position (BPP) switch, Clutch Pedal Position (CPP) switch, deactivator switch and related wiring. This system does not require engine vacuum. An electronic servo/actuator actuates throttle. All electronic control components are contained within the speed control servo/actuator.
The system is operational only at speeds greater than 30 MPH. The system is activated when ON/OFF switch is switched on and SET/ACCEL button is pressed and released. Vehicle will maintain set speed until new speed is set, brake pedal is depressed, or ON/OFF switch is switched off. If system has been deactivated by depressing brake pedal, set speed can be regained by pressing and releasing RESUME button. When brake pedal is depressed, a signal from switch is sent to servo to deactivate the system. A deactivator switch acts as a redundant brake signal.
Tuesday, November 18th, 2008 AT 3:52 PM