Cruise Control Servo

Cruise Control Servo Operation:

The cruise control servo is part of the cruise control unit that by use of a cable, chain or vacuum line physically moves the throttle lever. It receives a signal from the cruise computer that tells it to control engine power and vehicle speed. It can be disengaged with a light tap of the brake pedal and generally provides optimum fuel efficiency.

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