I'll explain how it works and location of the components
The cruise control system is utilized to maintain vehicle speed at a user selected value, with a maximum deviation of 1 mph (2 km/h) on a flat level road (0-2 percent grade).
The system is comprised of a cruise control module, which is located inside the instrument panel near the steering column, control switches, cruise brake switch and a clutch cruise switch, if equipped with a manual transaxle.Yours is Automatic.
Unlike other cruise control systems, this system is completely electronic and does not require the use of engine vacuum or a servo motor to operate throttle movement. To control throttle movement, a cable from the cruise control module pulls on the accelerator linkage at the pedal.
that is how the cruise works on your vehicle.
The most likely problem would be the cruise cable adjuster,(see diagram) located between the brake switch and the cruise control module.if the cable is OK, the switch is defective.
Wednesday, December 30th, 2009 AT 10:15 AM