Good to know. Thanks for sharing. I couldn't get the test to work the other recommended way. I will try this.2006 ZX4 here. Figured out that by holding the cruise off button and turning the key to on (dash lights illuminated), the test will then work. It ran thru all the tests with good results, but the cruise doesn't function. Time for more rooting around and lurbng all the cables to the throttle body.
Look upwards on the Brake Pedal, it is the upper Green Plunger Switch, You should remove the lower dash panel below the steering wheel first, 4x8mm Machine Screws and Left side clip. Once lowered, you can access the switch which rotates to the left about 45degrees to remove. Carefully pop the clip off the switch to slide off the wiring harness. Reverse the steps to install. You may want to disconnect the negative battery post before starting this work. This switch is normally closed or has 12VDC all the time. Check Fuse #53 (Cruise Control) Hope this info will help.Could any one tell me the location of the brake deactivation switch on a 2002 focus ZX5 .
Check the cruise cable at the throttle body. Mine is broken there, as I've just found out. Time to stop at the dealer Monday and order a new one. I need a throttle cable too. It's catching internally. Found mine while installing a cold air intake today.'05 ZX4 ST here, diagnostic test gave me no blinks, and the spooling/thud sound like many others. When driving, CC light will turn on and stay on, but car won't hold speed, no matter what combination of buttons I try. Read through all responses, and I don't have a brake light issue, I don't have a clutch spring issue, and wires going to throttle body seem to be fine, and connected. Anyone have another possible answer?
Greetings from Zagreb, neighbourWhen I hold the pedal manually, everything OK.
But when switch on the cruise ctrl, the pedal begin the periodic motion.
I feel this motion, if touch the pedal.
Otherwise, a smaller speed (90 km/h) it work properly.