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Originally Posted by thekid
I do not believe that I could have... I was quite confused when it happened the first time, so I decided to try it for a second time to make sure and it definately is the case that braking does not shut off the crusie system and that I was in no way touching the lever.
I really just want to get an idea of what it could be before I take it any where. I'm at college, so I don't have a mechanic here and I am very sceptical of all mechanics until they have proven that they are fair and honest people.
Originally Posted by drz
^^ The signal from the brake pedal may not be getting to the cruise control system. Try this: does pressing the clutch pedal shut off your cruise? If it does, then your problem is related only to your brake pedal, and you can rule out your cruise control not working. A lose connection could be the culprit. All in all, you can always go without cruise control.
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