Cruise control on 98 Grand Voyager

Discussion in 'Voyager' started by David and Sara Hughes, Sep 7, 2003.

  1. Does anyone have a clue where to look for a fuse or breaker that controls
    the cruise control on a 98 Grand Voyager? I am thinking that it must be
    something like that because the darn thing quit working overnight (worked
    one day, next day it did not).
    The indicator lamp on the dash will not light up either. I looked in the
    owners manual and did not find any fuse to protect this circuit.
    Any and all help will be appreciated, and if you would be so kind, please
    e-mail me with your thoughts on this because I do not get much time to keep
    up with all the postings.
    David Hughes
    David and Sara Hughes, Sep 7, 2003
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    EFP Guest

    Just a thought and I may be off base here, but consider the clockspring.
    It is the wiring harness that connects and carries the signals from
    the dash up the steering column and failure can apparently affect
    anything electrical in the steering column. In my '99 Grand Caravan it
    was intermittent Air Bag warning light. I believe your '98 is subject
    to a recall on the clockspring; unfortunately, my '99 wasn't covered by
    the recall. (yet!)

    Ed P

    my reply to domain munged to avoid spam
    EFP, Sep 8, 2003
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    Mike Behnke Guest

    Actually, only those items contained within the steering wheel. Cruise,
    Horn, Airbag
    Mike Behnke, Sep 8, 2003
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    Dave Gower Guest

    I am replying to the group as a matter of newsgroup etiquette. That way we
    all get to learn if we are interested.

    Interesting question. According to the wiring diagram in my Hayne's manual
    (no absolute authority) there is no one fuse because so many components are
    involved: the engine control computer, the brake switch, the instrument
    panel, the transmission. You would need to hunt down the culprit. Are any
    other electrical circuits out?
    Dave Gower, Sep 10, 2003
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