Re: curise control component location question
>There are several different types of cruise control. The older types
>(which shouldn't apply to your car) have the servo under the hood. The
>newer types (should be your type) have the servos under the dash.
>Remove the knee bolster, follow the vacuum hose from the brake pedal
As it turns out... I was cleaning the car up, going through this and
that. I was lubricating the front seat slides, and since I was down
there i turned around to look up under the bolster. It was then I
noticed that the spring for the clutch pedal was either weak or
misadjusted because the clutch pedal is sloppy- having some sloppy
free play.. Hmmm....
So when on the road today I held the pedal up with my left foot and
engaged the cruise, and it worked perfectly, disengaging as soon s I
released the pedal to it's abnormal, at-rest position! :-)
Randy & \ \/ /alerie's
'90 245 Estate - '93 965 Estate
"Shelby" & "Kate"