cruise control" is not working,

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Asked by Jul 13, 2013 at 07:05 PM about the 1997 Chevrolet S-10 2 Dr LS Standard Cab SB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

fuse ok the one by driver side panel, break lights ok, fuse also good on lights, ? vacume
hose maybe? which one? Thanks, Oh, My AC Is fixed and working fine, thanks all

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I'd check the adjustment of the brake light switch...there may be another one just for the cruise...if this is engaged, your cruise will not come on~

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hEY Thanks,Is there a cable going to the car linkage or ?

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here's a pictures of your switch it definately has a barrel adjustment~

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will see if I can "cop" an image of your system~

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nothing pertaining to your vehicle was found...there might be a cable and actuator for the cruise control...you're right...it's a wonky extra thing...forgot about that one~

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Thanks Roy, I see the pedal switch,But don't see a adjustment,

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the barrel (nose) does not have any twist the hexnut on the barrel---to adjust...perhaps it has two screws that hold it to an adjustable plate....from that snap of your switch looks like a barrel in different forms~

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this is crazy but...2002 sonoma cruise not working. start truck and drive about 2 miles. While driving turn key to start quickly and release. continue driving 1/8 mile. Brake lightly just for a second. Cruise now works consistantly until I turn off truck. Repeat procedure after every restart. I'm trying to boil it down to a easier procedure. Body control module issue maybe?

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