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Old 08-27-2009, 03:11 PM   #1
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Cruise Control still not working, 2004 32BA Tiffin!

I posted an earlier thread about the cruse control not working and had good responce about the usual suspects, fuses and such, which I checked, as well as the brake switch thing, all cheched OK. So the question is where to go from here?

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Question: Are the signal and brake lights illuminating normally? I know if you turn on the 4W flashers it'll kill the cruise control. Perhaps there's something with the bulbs back feeding through the brake circuit. Just a guess !!!
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Turn signals and 4 way flashers are working, but I will double chech the bulb function of each.

Thanks, and I will report back.

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Make sure your brake pedal is all the way back and the brake light switch is not engaged.
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Make sure your brake pedal is all the way back and the brake light switch is not engaged.
wilanddij, Excellent suggestion! If the adjustment between the pedal and the brake light switch isn't right just the motion of going down the road could cause the cruise not to engage or become unexpectedly disengaged.

This could present as blinking brake lights especially when going over road surface irregularities to someone following the motorhome.
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