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The cruise control system is utilized to maintain vehicle speed at a user selected value, with a maximum deviation of 1 mph (2 km/h) on a flat level road (0-2 percent grade).
The system is comprised of a cruise control module, which is located inside the instrument panel near the steering column, control switches, cruise brake switch and a clutch cruise switch, if equipped with a manual transaxle.
Unlike other cruise control systems, this system is completely electronic and does not require the use of engine vacuum or a servo motor to operate throttle movement. To control throttle movement, a cable from the cruise control module pulls on the accelerator linkage at the pedal.