|04-16-2014 04:00 PM|
|tmarc75||Sorry to bump an old thread but I did the diagnostic and got the zero flashes. So suspect circuitry or steering wheel controls. How can the wheel controls be an issue if in doing the self test all are pressed and the self test works? So suspect cicuitry. What needs replaced? Any input from anyone?|
|04-22-2013 01:46 PM|
|bringler26||Check your tail lights make sure none are burnt out. Including the high mount.(third brakelight)|
|04-22-2013 01:43 PM|
cc doesn't work and no cc light
cc doesn't work, I check all fuses and replaced two. First of all the cc light on dash doesn't lite and when I replaced fuses it still doesn't lite. when starting or in start position before engine starts no light for the cc. any ideas
|02-08-2012 12:08 PM|
|02-06-2012 06:00 PM|
|mccreet||yeah thanks, i tried the diagnostic test and it came back 3 flashes, which means brake switch curcuit, my mechanic is gonna handle it from there. i got 3 servos at the junkyard for each one like $15. i will let u know how it turns out in a few days.|
|02-06-2012 04:26 PM|
Those servos can be fixed. My moms 05 ZX3 has a dealership installed cruise control, and awhile ago the cruise stopped working. I had dealt with cruise control problems in the past so I knew what was involved, and after finding no problems elsewhere I looked at the servo and shook it and could feel/hear parts loose inside the servo box. Took it apart and found that some screws had come loose from the plastic gear mechanism. Fixed it easily and it works like a champ now. The one in her car uses an electromagnet to pull on its throttle cable and the servo was actually mounted on top of the engine on a rail, I know factory installed are not as accessible as that.
Mccreet, you have any luck with that self diagnostic procedure?
|02-06-2012 02:54 PM|
CC Servo $480 or the junk yard...
Yea, hope for a switch or cable issue.
|02-03-2012 10:47 PM|
|mccreet||I ve replaced steering wheel switch,servo 3 times, checked fuses, and brake lights and i hope this procedure somebody posted will save me.|
|12-18-2011 06:54 AM|
Give this a shot. I copied it from another post. It was how I figured out my cc problems.
The test is basically this: you're going to be turning the ignition key on and off repeatedly and then hitting the cruise control buttons quickly in a specific sequence, and then the cruise control light will blink repeatedly, and the number of blinks tells you where the fault is. It's easy to do once you get it sorted in your head and you won't mess anything up if you don't get it right the first time.
If it's a manual, don't depress the clutch. If it's an automatic leave it in park. First, turn the ignition to the accessory/run position but don't start it. Press and hold the CC off switch and then repeatedly turn the ignition from run to off and back to run again, you should do this 3 or 4 times. End this sequence with the ignition in the run position and then let go of the off switch, and you should see your CC light blink once, which means it's ready to run the self diagnostic. If it flashes 5 times at this point then it's a faulty speed control module, which is that servo I mentioned above. Quickly after the light blinks (like a second after), you then need to hit the other cruise control buttons in this order, and you will need to hit them fairly quickly for the test to proceed:
The CC light should blink once after each button you hit. Kind of take your time hitting the buttons and it's easier to keep track of the flashes, which is important at the end because you need to count the number of flashes that come after you hit "set". There won't be an immediate flash after you hit "set", there will be a slight delay, and then will come another short series of flashes. This next part is all verbatim (except for the parenthesis) from the Ford guide I'm translating here.
0 Flashes (no flash after last button is pushed): suspect circuitry or speed control steering wheel switches.
1 Flash: Static test passed (cruise control should work)
2 Flashes: BPP (brake pedal position) switch is damaged, circuit is damaged, or the brake or clutch pedal was applied during test.
3 Flashes: Brake deactivation switch is open or circuit is damaged.
4 Flashes: Indicates the speed signal circuit is open or damaged (wheel speed sensors, ETC)
5 Flashes: Suspect circuitry or module.
|12-18-2011 01:54 AM|
|69Hcode||It it a manual? On my SVT the cruise control switch at the clutch pedal has come out a couple times.|
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