Awesome thanks - how about those steering wheel buttons? Might as well grab ones at the the pick n pull while I'm there.It's like a 1/4 twist (I believe CCW) to have it come out of the bracket. Then to install, you have to twist the opposite direction while pressing it against the bracket.
Ok I removed the assembly, looked fairly clean. Nothing looked burnt but some of those resistors are pretty small.For the cruise switches, there's a single torx head screw on each one - accessible thru a hole on the forward side of the steering wheel.
Hope you put alot of money down because that's what it was the brake switch. 4 bucks from the pick n pull and it's running good. woohoo!!If you had access to a DRB III you easily test your cruise control button's without even having to remove them. Still have my money on the brake switch.
I had this same problem after doing some work that required me to remove the support plate that covers the head lights and radiator.Once I hit the set button and let off the gas pedal, the car just starts slowing down.
Could be several things. Brake switch could be out of adjustment.
Did you figure out what the problem was?Ok so I swapped in a different servo and it's the same deal. Checked all the cable connections, everything is good.
So now I'm going to focus more on the steering wheel switch or the brake switch. Or figure out how to check the harness connecting to the servo, make sure it's sending a signal.
There's no codes related to cruise control in the car.