cruise control for 2005 Accord XL

Asked by Aug 23, 2013 at 11:44 AM about the 2005 Honda Accord

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My cruise control has been working perfect since we bought it. Now it just quit, no indicationthat something was wrong. Help!

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Read the codes and look for blown fuses. A code might tell you if something is wrong overriding the cruise control, so you don't damage the car further.

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Will do am, thanks fot the help.

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so i have a 2007 accord that had the same problem. didn't bother fixing it for a while. then my horn stopped working which sucked. anyways long story short i went to a shop to have the clock spring replaced and got my cruise control back and my horn. i would have done it myself but i don't feel comfortable working with the airbag system or any part of it.

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