i have problem with a 2006 range rover motor stop when i activate the cruise control why this problem

Asked by Jul 23, 2013 at 10:49 PM about the Land Rover Range Rover

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

problem when I activated the cruise control motor stop and don't want start as well

2 Answers

Sound to me like a vacuum hose what drives the cruise control has fallen off...you might just check the integrity of this hose....possibly replace them with silicone?

sorry but their isn't a vacuum driven diaphram pulling on throttle arm nor cables. The throttle body is driver by electric wires commanded by ECM. I would have your loco dealer look at it because you will spend more money on none dealership shops because of lack of information and diagnostic abilities just like the answer you got from judge_roy

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