How hard is it to fix the cruise control system and how much might it cost?

Asked by Nov 29, 2014 at 06:13 PM about the 1995 Ford Taurus SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I can't tell when my cruise is on and can't get it to set. It takes lots of tries to get it set and
then when you do get it set it is easily kicked off by turning the brights on/off or hit a
bump and then you like to never get it reset. I've just bought this car and do to my
fibromyalgia I really need the cruise fixed my ankle is so stiff and hurting after I do
frequent driving. I don't have very much money and need some ideas of things I can try or
how I need to save to get it fixed. Thank you for your time.

1 Answer


Check the cruise control cable that attaches to the throttle body plate. Might be worn or binding.

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