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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-19-10, 01:59 PM Thread Starter
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2004 Navigator Cruise Control & popping when turning in front wheel area.

I have a 04 Navigator, and the cruise control is not working.. When i press to turn on cruise control, NO lights come on or anything. Any ideas of how to check this issue out, didnt realize how much i use the cruise until now...

Also when i make turns left and right i hear a popping sound from the drivers left front wheel area? any suggestions on that would help too. thanks..
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Re: 2004 Navigator Cruise Control & popping when turning in front wheel area.

Check the brake lights to see if they come on to easily. The brake light switch shuts the cruise control off. There's also a deactivation switch on the brake pedal. Check fuses #5, #12, and #28.

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Re: 2004 Navigator Cruise Control & popping when turning in front wheel area.

All fuses are good, the brakes lights works great too... the cruise light never comes on at all ...
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