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Old 07-14-2007, 11:24   #1 (permalink)
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confused 94 TBird LX Cruise Control works part-time

The cruise control on my 94 TBird LX is giving me intermittent problems. It works perfectly sometime and then begins to surge. Recently it stopped working at all for a few days and then just decided to start working again --- but still intermittently. I have noticed that while it's working fine and then I go over a small bump --- like at the end of a bridge --- it will start surging. This suggests to me that it may be a loose electrical or vacuum line connection. This may be the case but I can't even find the module let alone the darn vacuum lines. I am definitely NOT A MECHANIC. I'd appreciate any help from you nice folks out there. I'm an old timer so be gentle with me
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