Initially believing car was in cruise control I did nothing. The contact stated that while the front passenger side seat was occupied, the passenger air bag light illuminated intermittently. The failure recurred on one other occasion. I braked to about 40-50 mph. Since the car is equipped with cruise control and the controls are on the steering wheel I do not drive with the cruise control on I rarely if ever use the cruise control as I do not believe it is safe. The engine stopped racing and I was able to slow a bit more.
Although disconnecting the battery is not probably required it is highly recommended when working with anything electric or near your air bags! Car had been warmed up properly before leaving. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. Apr 15, 2017 To troubleshoot your problem,there are few help links,provided below. I have been instructed I would have to replace the parts out of my own pocket but there is no guarantee it would resolve the malfunction since they can't figure out what is causing it. I'm not sure whether it was tapped or not during the acceleration, but I did not intentionally engage it. Year , make , model and engine size.
Either the cruise control or accelerator petal or control module I suspect were at fault. The direct help links are as follows :----- cruise control not working? Sounds like a loose connection. I just wanted to show how to remove and install it since I could not find a guide online. Here is a site for free wiring diagrams. This time it took just under a mile to return to normal.
It scares me to think of it happening again. The service department said there is nothing they can do. At this time, I moved onto the shoulder, to the right, shifted into neutral and turned on the blinkers. The approximate failure mileage was 90,000. Stomped the brakes several times and this time the results were normal. At this time, I moved onto the shoulder, to the right, shifted into neutral and turned on the blinkers. I was currently going ~80 mph, faster than intended.
Feb 13, 2012 I have the same problem with my 04 v6 awd vue. Stepping on the gas peddle numerous times finally allowed the car to slow down. I was traveling coasting at approximately 50 to 55 miles per hour speed limit 65 and when I began crossing the water under the bridge the car's engine accelerated from about 2500 rpm to 5500 rpm. I applied the brake in a sustained fashion. Check for another cable at this location from the cruise control and check the cable is not broken.
. I tried the accelerator to loosen it. Unless you have a scan tool, which is the best option, I would suggest with the basic checks of the brake switch. The speed increased to 80 mph without warning. On one occasion it also failed to shut off at the steering wheel for several attempts.
The vehicle was taken to the dealer, but the failure was unable to be determined. Car is in the dealer now and they are telling me nothing is wrong with it. It is my belief that the pedal stayed loose, relatively. However the most common fault for the cruise control not to work would be the brake switch. On one occasion it also failed to shut off at the steering wheel for several attempts.
Fill out your contact information and your Cruise Control Servo request will get distributed instantly to a nationwide network of auto recyclers, salvage yards, wrecking yards, junkyards and parts brokers across the country. This seems to be the only place to file this information since dealer stated that consumer complaint cannot be filed since Saturn no longer makes vehicles. Stepping on the brake pedal disengages the cruise control by a switch on the brake pedal, not the computer. Apparently the gearing on the transmission does not support to weight of the vehicle and it cannot maintain the cruise control speed. Pulled off the road restarted the car and the engine over revved and I turned the key off again, attempted to restart again with the same results.
Exact same problem occurred on two Vue's, both times with less than 1300 miles on the vehicle, both with 4 cyl, vti automatic transmissions. Car would not let me shift and slow, nor break. The vehicle was not repaired. It is my belief that the pedal stayed loose, relatively. The contact had to lift the accelerator pedal with her foot, which caused the speed to decrease.
I applied the brake in a sustained fashion. So as per that you can continue further in repairing this issue of cruise control not working. I braked to about 40-50 mph. This happen 3 more times when I would accelerate to pass a car on the freeway and once on a private road. Then under system click on Engine , then under subsystem click on speed controls. How to replace your cruise control button, or switch, in a 2003 Saturn Ion.