i am buying a cheverolet lumina 2006 and its cruise control doesn't work , what can be the problem? is it's repair costly?

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Asked by Oct 12, 2012 at 03:38 PM about the 2001 Chevrolet Lumina 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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I would check fuse first. Then I would check the brake pedal switch. If standard trans also clutch pedal switch. These switches have to be made in order for the cruise to work properly. Hope this helps.

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Also check the attached vacuum lines and check valves. Do a vacuum test on the vehicle before you buy it. A vac test can tell you a lot about the health of the engine. You may be able to borrow a vac tester from AutoZone. I believe it's called a MightyMite or something like that. It comes with instructions. I have cruise on my 90 Lumina. When I bought it, it had a vac leak, and the ac/heater vent doors wouldn't work, nor the cruise control. Good Luck!

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