Check your brake pedal position sensor, aka look for illuminated brake lights when driving, have someone follow you. I had that cause my cruise control to not work.Anyone had their cruise control just stop working with no other symptoms or issues? Any suggestions on where to look? It turns the "cruise" indicator on, but won't set.
2004 Volvo S60R Automatic
Ok, Ill check it out with VIDA and see what codes are stored.I don't know if it might be related to the throttle body issue you have expressed in your other posts, but for sure if its the brake pedal sensor it will disable the cruise control. The brake pedal sensor is a cylinder mounted on the brake booster to the left of the master cylinder. It detects whether the brake pedal is being pressed or not. If it is not working, it will set both a BCM and and ECM code.
I had similar issue that I was change brakelight to led. After I changed back the cruise working again.Check your brake pedal position sensor, aka look for illuminated brake lights when driving, have someone follow you. I had that cause my cruise control to not work.
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OP said it was auto, but on a manual car you'd be correct.I heard the clutch position sensor can also kill cruise control. M66?
Yep, I had the same problem on my T5M, took apart the clutch pedal sensor, cleaned it, rebent the contact pins and I had working cruise control for a whole $0.00yeap, i had the same problem, just stop working like alexk243 said.
Just put a new clutch position sensor, resolved!
Parking brake being engaged will not disable cruise controlOP said it was auto, but on a manual car you'd be correct.
I'd use Vida to look at what Vida is saying for switch positions on the brake, the parking brake etc. I'd also use it to look at the steering wheel pushbuttons and make sure that their signal is getting through. Could be clockspring in wheel causing a problem.
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