Date: Sat, 11 Sep 1999 01:21:49 GMT
From: (Bill Frysinger)
Subject: Re: Cruise Control Problem Observations

On my '88 9000T it's the switch on the clutch pedal that shuts off the cruise control on rough pavement. The clutch pedal moves enough on a bad bump (or hole) to click the switch. On Thu, 09 Sep 1999 09:14:32 +0100, Gary Cook <> wrote: >Hi, > >Got a 9000CS 2.3t which has been having intermittent >cruise control problems of late ... similar to that experienced >by a few others here in the past where cruise doesn't work, >but by switching the ignition of and on it starts to work ... >more recently, it just hasn't worked at all !!! > >But yesterday I noticed that if I had my foot on the >accelerator and tried setting the cruise, nothing >happened ... but if I lifted my foot off the gas, and >after a second or so tried the cruise, it worked !!!! This >was fairly consistent and I thought I'd found a >workaround ... > >UNTIL .... > >I was happily going along on cruise and hit a pothole >in the road ... the right front suspension took the >knock, and the cruise disengaged .... and I haven't >been able to get it to work again even with my new >super-duper-lift-the-foot-off-the-gas solution .... > >not sure what this all means ... but it's more for the >cruise control problem information pool. > >Cheeeers, > >Gary Cook. >Oxford, UK. > > *********************************************** Bill Frysinger To contact me, be sure Cochranville, PA to remove "spamfree" from the address.

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