Have consulted numerous experts down here under tha bridge wif me an ah kin say
most definitealy thet it is busted! An ya shuld take it into Hanz und Franz and
pay a few hundered dollars and let them fix it.
mcbrue advisingfreely under the bridge in the trailer down by the river
wall tt - er thas tough ... er... uh ... tough taffey! Two bad yall caint talk
rite an dont have no gud techneckal bakground! Usns down under tha bridge no
thet them ole cruze kontrol iz broke! If ya got sum duck tape an ya wanta come
on down, we mite be convinced ta fix it fer ya ifn ya brings sum gud stuff ta
lubricate tha boyz in tha bak!
mcbrue offeringhelply under the bridge in the trailer down by the river
I had one that worked intermittently. The dealership (under warranty)
replaced the electronic module and the wiring harness. It still did not
work. After some guy at an intersection said "hey, your brake lights aren't
working" I took it back in to the dealership, had them replace the brake
light switch, and voila the cruise control worked.
Thanks for that - will try today
That is exactly why I am lopathed to takje it in - dont mind paying if they
go staight to the fault and fix it - but they always seem to poke and hope,
and thats with the might of the factory behind them.
If you were out of warraty you know the bill would have been for the module
the harness loads of time AND the brakelight switch!
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