Date: Tue, 07 Nov 2000 13:37:53 +0000
From: H. <>
Subject: Re: Cruise control: lowering set speed won't work

On Tue, 7 Nov 2000 03:22:01 +0100, "Bart Stolk" <> wrote: Dont forget than not being one of the new intelligent systems as seen on Jaugs and Mercs, all the Saab CC system does is reduce the revs to slow down - it doesn't apply the brakes. Thus it may take a while for any redution in speed to be noticeable. On both my Saabs, a 94 900 Turbo and 00 9-3 Convertible LPT it works fine, so long as I'm not going down a hill! The Convertible probably slows down best, but I have put this down to the extra drag of the canvas roof. H. >Apparently touching the reset button on the cruise control should lower the >speed by a mile. >Is that's how it's supposed to work? I can't seem to get it to work. >(Accelerating by touching the set-button works ok.) >If you think it's broken do you have any suggestions where I should start >troubleshooting? > >Thanks, >Bart >

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