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The cruise control switches for the vehicle can be found in the steering wheel. If for any reason one switch becomes defective, the entire switch assembly must be replaced.
REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
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- Disconnect the negative battery cable.
- Disconnect the air bag back-up power supply, if equipped with an air bag.
- Remove the nuts and washer securing the steering wheel pad or air bag pad, if so equipped, to the steering wheel. Remove the pad and place aside. If removing an air bag, place the air bag pad face down.
- Unfasten the air bag electrical connector from the clockspring contact on the steering wheel, if equipped with an air bag.
- Remove the air bag module from the steering wheel, if so equipped.
- Unfasten the horn/speed control wire harness from the clockspring contact located at the upper center of the steering wheel.
- Remove the retainer screws from the base of the speed control actuator switch panel.
- Remove and discard the electrical tape from the wire connectors at each upper clip on the steering wheel. Unfasten the speed control harness at the untaped wire connectors and remove the switch panel.
- Fasten the speed control switch panel harness to the connector at the upper clip on the steering wheel.
Once connected, wrap clean electrical tape over the connections.
- Connect the horn/speed control wire harness to the clockspring contact on the steering wheel.
- Install the air bag module in the steering wheel, if so equipped.
- Install the steering wheel pad or air bag pad, if so equipped. Tighten the nuts to 35-53 inch lbs. (4-6 Nm).
- Connect the negative battery cable and air bag power supply, if equipped with an air bag.
- Road test the vehicle to make sure the control switches function properly.