Date: Sun, 29 Aug 2004 18:11:33 -0400
From: KeithG <noonenospamay.com>
Subject: Re: Cruise on 9000CSE


Hmmm, Interesting. I just went out and verified that I was not smoking crack. My '97 CS (and I think my previous '95 CS) has the electronic Cruise... The stepper motor is right behind the battery. The EPC says this was changed for 1995-98 to be the electronic unit. If yours uses the Hella Cruise ECU - 41 08 643, it is the notorious late C900 unit. It is used in C900 92-93. I have had 4 of these and 2 were intermittent at about 100k and required resoldering, one was dead at <100k and one worked still (at 170kmi!) Good luck, KeithG Rob wrote: > "KeithG" <noonenospamay.com> wrote in message > news:9tCdnYw676BDW6zcRVn-qwnospamopenwest.com... > >>On most CSE cars 94-> (don't know about the '93, but think is is old >>school), the cruise is totally unlike the C900 or early 9k (vacuum pump >>unit). It is totally electronic with a stepper motor or some such >>running it. If I am not mistaken, its brains are in the trionic Engine >>ECU. It could be pedal switches, brake light on, wiring, or the stepper >>motor. I have one of these which I could part with for the right price. >> >>KeithG >> > > > Thanks for the reaction Keith, bu my CSE still works with the vacuum pumt > under the hood... And it is a 9000, not a C900. The ECU is from Hella; pedal > switches are new, and the brake light circuit is well OK. It's weird that > the system works fine on higher environment temperatures, and doesn't work > below approx. 72 degrees F..... > >

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