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Cruise Control Quit

mack1amack1a Posts: 5
edited July 12 in Pontiac
I own an '03 Bonneville SSEI and love it.

During normal driving operations yesterday, I went to re-engage my Cruise Control, by pushing the switch on the Turn Signal Arm, and nothing happened.
I tried turning the CC off, then back on. Shut the vehicle off then started back up. Everything I could think of.
Yes, I checked the fuse, too. It's good, or appears to be. No breaks in it.

I'm at a complete loss here. :confuse:
Help, please!

Comments

  • imidazol97imidazol97 Crossroads of America: I70 & I75Posts: 18,370
    You're going to need a service manual that shows if there's more than one circuit and more than one fuse involved. You'll need troubleshooting ability unless you get lucky.

    In earlier days the cruise control and fourth and overdrive might be disabled if engine were too cold or too hot. Checked your operating temperature and thermostat? Transmission fluid filled?

    The AllData versions of these is available at some public libraries. Ours has hundreds of databases we can access from home but that one is only available at terminals within the library because the charge is per terminal, and that would include home computers. I can save to a USB drive or floppy disk or CD any graphic, or html page that I wish to save.
  • imidazol97imidazol97 Crossroads of America: I70 & I75Posts: 18,370
    You are in luck:

    http://www.alldatapro.com/alldata/PRO~G~C40073~R0~OD~N/0/89012112/91033179/94695- 388/110535819/34853741/56294057

    The demo car for AllData's website is a 2003 Bonneville.

    You register on this page after clicking on Demo Center in their choices

    http://www.alldata.com/repair/

    Then it lets you peruse the Bonneville.

    In the electrical diagrams I found a fuse in the rear block, fuse 12, under the rear seat along with one under the hood, fuse 14.
  • mack1amack1a Posts: 5
    edited April 2010
    Talked to the Dealership yesterday, and they said it was most likely the switch itself.
    But for me, it will be much easier to check that under the rear seat fuse.

    Thanks, very much. ;)
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