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Heavyd1980

No cruise control

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I have a 1998.5 that I just recently bought and the cruise control does not work. The truck has a NV4500 transmission, when I depress the button the light does not come on I have tried using the set button but nothing happens. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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ok I looked for a fuse and could not find one that is deciated to the cruise control, the vaccum is connected as well as the wiring to the servo under the battery.

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Does the heat / A/C control work... to send the air to defrost / dash / floor? This is also vacume controled. If that's ok, then likely the vacume is ok. Eliminates one possibility. Good luck.Russ

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sorry for the late response but yes the climate control works great as well as the four wheel drive. i was also talking with a friend of mine and he sugguets replacing the clockspring? has anyone ever done one of these and if so what all is involved i know its behind the airbag.

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The only thing to remember about doing work on anything around the airbag requires you to disconnect both batteries for a period of time to discharge the firing capacitor for the air bags. So after that you safe... If it was me before I'd go through the trouble of doing a clock spring I would test the clockspring for opens and short with a DVM from pin to pin. This way you can also check the control switches too...

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