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Posted: 03/01/22 05:25pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

2014 Freelander on Ford E450 lost cruise control. Looked in the book for a fuse but can't find one.
Any ideas would be appreciated.


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Posted: 03/01/22 05:31pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Try pressing all the cruise control buttons at the same time.
When my Jeep sometimes loses the cc start function, it seems to engage it, if I press the CC on, Set, Resume, and Cancel buttons at the same time.


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Had this happen to me on a Ford E350 RV that I owned. Turned out to be a loose connection in the wire harness under the dash that contained the cruise control wires.

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Cruise has been built into the engine computer for a long time. No separate fuse.

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Maybe the cutoff switch when the brake pedal is pushed.

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Posted: 03/02/22 06:46am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

As mentioned , Could be a few things. Below link offers one possible cause.

https://youtu.be/mICxnDTTIJI

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I'm not sure if this is still the case, but if the fuse for the brake lights blows, as an indicator, the cruise and/or the dash lights quit as well.

Check other items to see if they function.


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The cruise control on my four-wheeler stopped working and I did not know why. Some time later, one of the anti-skid sensors failed. Mechanic said that the weakening anti-skid sensor generated an error message, causing the computer to disable the cruise control. So there are all kinds of ways that something can go wrong on a modern automobile.

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Thanks for all the suggestions. I'll be working on it this weekend and will report back.

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RoyF wrote:

The cruise control on my four-wheeler stopped working and I did not know why. Some time later, one of the anti-skid sensors failed. Mechanic said that the weakening anti-skid sensor generated an error message, causing the computer to disable the cruise control. So there are all kinds of ways that something can go wrong on a modern automobile.


That was the problem 2 years ago, when my Jeep's CC cut out intermittently, until I got an ABS error message that hard disabled it. Turned out to be one of the wheel speed sensors failure. Replaced at FCA, and has been OK ever since.

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