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(2004 Pontiac Grand Am)
in Rio Hondo, TX on November 01, 2009
The cruise control cover came off and I put it back on with a screw. Can I have that part replaced or does the entire cruise control unit need to be replaced?
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on November 03, 2009
Are you talking about the cruise control module under the hood that connects to the cruise control cable or some part of the switch on the steering column that has come apart?
on November 03, 2009
The cruise control unit is on the steering wheel. The buttons face the driver and the unit is under the steering wheel. When it came off. I put is back on with a screw but did not move the case up to make contact with the buttons. So now when I want to use the cruise control I have to push the case up hold there and then press a button to engage. Other wise if I just press a button there is no contact thus it will not engage. Thanks
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