My cruise control on my 08 Chrysler PT Cruiser won't turn on

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Asked by May 20, 2015 at 08:20 PM about the 2008 Chrysler PT Cruiser Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My cruise control was working fine and one time I tried to use it and it would not turn on.  I searched and could not find any fuse that was related to it.  It is an OEM unit that was installed by the local Chrysler dealer when I purchased the car used.  Any help at troubleshooting it would be greatly appreciated.  At first I thought that maybe the problem was just that the dash panel Cruise indicator was not working but further checking showed that it was definitely not functioning.  I looked for a possible blown fuse but could not find any fuse related to the Cruise control.

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Power is supplied from fuse to brake switch which has five wires going to it the contact inside switch is most likely broken, replace switch.

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Thank you Tom. I will try to check this out. I just need to locate that brake switch.

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