How do you get the cruise control to work on a 2003 PT Cruiser


Asked by Candieptc Jun 05, 2014 at 11:42 AM about the 2003 Chrysler PT Cruiser Limited Wagon FWD

Question type: General

We just bought a PT Cruiser, and was wanting to use the cruise control but couldn't
figure out how to, so we asked the previous owners, and they never used it so I'm asking
you this ?

4 Answers


To set the cruise control push in on the button on the end of the cruise control lever on the right side of your steering wheel. This should turn the cruise control on and you should see it come up in your instrument cluster. Now when you get to your desired speed pull down on the lever and that will set your speed. Release the lever to see if you are maintaining your speed. If you now want to increase your speed pull up on the lever and hold it until you reach your desired speed then release the lever. If you want to decrease your speed pull down on the lever and hold it until the reduced speed is reached, release the lever. When you step on the brake of course this takes the cruise control off reset it by lifting the lever and releasing it will resetting it to where you had ir.

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