cruise control doesn't work

Asked by Nov 10, 2013 at 04:55 PM about the 2006 Chrysler Sebring GTC

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I press the ON button with no response

6 Answers

are your brake lights on permanent-like? whenever the brakes are depressed the signal is sent to shut off the cruise control.....this interlock could be preventing the cruise control from engaging~

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Does the green cruise icon illuminate after pressing the ON button? If it has, after pressing and releasing the set button next, does it engage at all, or does the lamp extinguish? Try checking the cruise control relay in the underhood fuse/relay assy. Next, examinine the vacuum lines to the cruise servo that controls the accelerator, looking for holes or cracks, thus a leak. Finally, do all other steering wheel controls function, air bag, horn, radio? If not, the clock spring connector for these cables may be worn, then one by one, or all will operate intermittently or not at all if that's the bad boy.

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Replace your brake light switch. My dealer charged me $200 just to find the problem, and all it needed was a $20 switch. It turns out that the brake light switch is the most common cause of cruise control problems. The power for the cruise passes through this switch, it has at least 3 circuits in it, and one of them shuts off the cruise.

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first my power window on the drivers side stoped working then my cruise control stopped working and now my power seats dont work , can anyone help

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I just want to know where the cruise control button is on my sebring

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you guys literally didn't help I hate you

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