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1995 Honda Passport 3.2 4X4 Cruise control problem
08-15-2011, 01:07 AM
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MyBB 1995 Honda Passport 3.2 4X4 Cruise control problem
When I try to engage my cruise control it starts to work then just kicks off. Could I have a bad TPS or is it another senser that works the cruise?
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08-15-2011, 11:09 AM (This post was last modified: 08-15-2011 11:10 AM by Rupe.)
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RE: 1995 Honda Passport 3.2 4X4 Cruise control problem
Yes, you could have a bad sensor but probably not the TPS, which would trigger the check engine light. A full function scanner may pick up on this but my gut feeling is it may not show up at all and it will be something along the lines of the cruise module or the switch itself. A bad brake light switch may also be worth looking at. I would pose that question on a Honda specific message board. Sorry I can't be of more help.
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08-16-2011, 12:37 AM
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RE: 1995 Honda Passport 3.2 4X4 Cruise control problem
Ok. um would you hapen to know where the cruise module would be located?? I dont think its the switch because it seems to work but I dont know. And as for the brake light switch im unsure the lights work fine but I dont know if it is still off. But thank you at least I know what to check for. Cruise controll stuff is something I have never really workd on..

Im not a paid mechanic but I can fix it myself as long as I know whats wrong...Tongue
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08-16-2011, 09:29 AM
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RE: 1995 Honda Passport 3.2 4X4 Cruise control problem
Join the club, nobody does much work on cruise control because they seldom go bad and if they do most people don't bother to fix it.

Just a couple of pointers that I can give you... the brake light switch has more than one set of contacts on cars with CC. You need to check them with a meter and the CC contact usually works in reverse of the brake light part.

As for locating the part you can try http://www.autozone.com and create a free account. From there enter the car's info and go to their parts locator section where they have pictures and diagrams on how to find most of the popular components. There may also be a step by step for better diagnosis if you poke around.

Let us know how you make out.
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