GM Malibu/Cutlass 1997-2000

CRUISE CONTROL

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Cruise control is a speed control system that maintains a desired vehicle speed under normal driving conditions. However, steep grades up or down may cause variations in the selected speeds. The electronic cruise control system has the capability to cruise, coast, resume speed, accelerate, "tap-up" and "tap-down".

The main parts of the cruise control system are the functional control switches, cruise control module assembly, vehicle speed sensor and the release switches.



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Fig. View of the brake pedal bracket (1), switch retainer (2), cruise control switch connector (3), cruise control brake switch (4) and brake pedal (5)



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Fig. Cruise control switch removal-connector (1), ground connection (2), harness removal area (3) and steering wheel rear trim cover (4)



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Fig. Cruise control module (2) and bracket (1)



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Fig. Cruise control cable (3) to throttle bracket (1) mounting; also shown is the accelerator cable (2)



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