Re: 92 EB -Cruise Control Quandry
I thought of that first. Yup, it works fine, so I had checked the
controls with a meter and they checked out.
"Gerry Pierce" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
| Does your horn work? Not sure on the explorer, but on my old (96) E150,
| CC went through the horn relay. Had some work done on the vehicle and
| left it unclipped from its mounting location and upside down.... it filled
| with water from somewhere and shorted out, causing CC to not work.
| the relay and it worked just fine. The local NAPA did not carry the
| had to go to ford to get it, but it only cost about 10.00.
| 01 Sporttrac
| "John Riggs" <email@example.com> wrote in message
| > Guys, I am trying to figure out why my CC isn't working. The fuses
| > all good, the controls on the steering wheel check, power, everything.
| > Still, it won't work. Ironically, the only thing that I did was leave it
| > parked for 2 weeks while I was in Regina for a horse show, and when I
| > back, the CC refuses to work. How odd is that? Any ideas? Jim, anybody?
| > really rely on my CC...it keeps my lead foot in check and keeps the
| > tickets
| > to a minimum, even in town. I can't imagine a drive of any distance
| > without
| > it ( yes, I remember the good old days of 3,00 mile trips with no CC ).
| > Ideas?