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    Veteran Member Four Rings
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    Cruise Control Works After 20 Minutes of Driving Please HELP!

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    Ok I know this sounds weird, but it takes my car about 20 minutes for my cruise control to work. Could this be in the switch, or could it be the module behind the glove box needing to heat up? I'm think when I shut off the car, the car needs 20 minutes for it to relearn the car has cruise control?

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    Established Member Two Rings adam.wilber's Avatar
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    press and hold the button in for like 30 seconds while holding a steady speed and see if it works... that's what i have to do with mine and even then it doesn't always work the first time.

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    Veteran Member Four Rings black99.5a4's Avatar
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    my car you have to tap the button a few times before it grabs and the cruise turns on.

    Are you going fast enough in that drive for it to work? I think its like 45 or 50+ before it works.
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    Veteran Member Four Rings audifirst's Avatar
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    the problem is with cruise control module, it needs to be repaired
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