2 Part Question

Asked by Feb 07, 2013 at 10:05 PM about the 2006 Hyundai Tiburon GT Limited FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have an '06 Tiburon GT V6, and my cruise control just stopped working the other day. I got back from a long trip which I used it pretty heavily, and the next day It wouldn't work at all. The Cruise light would come on, but to set/engage a speed will not.

Part 2 is I've lost the back screw on cap that secures the headlight. Does anyone know the part number or where I can just buy that part. I've gone to 5 different stores and my dealership but they all want me to replace the entire headlight assembly.

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Check your cruise control linkage/cable attached to the throttle plate, it might have come loose or broken. Not sure on the screw cap.

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275

also check fuses in the fuse box. Best thing is to find that cap at a junk yard or scrap yard as we call them in SA

190

Try the brake switch, bet that's it.

Check your peddles ie... Brake a clutch as with my car the clutch peddle has to be lifted just a tad in order to work the cruise control

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