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Old 06-26-2017, 10:52 AM   #1
Drives: 2007 Yaris
Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Northern Ontario, Canada
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Cruise control problems

I installed the CC as per the instructions from CTScott a couple of years ago on my wife's 2007 Yaris (with indicator light). On Friday, took the car into the shop for regular maintenance and they also did the airbag recall. On the way back home, after picking up the car, my wife found the Cruise Control not working. I took it for a drive. The indicator light will come on when the key is turned to on (car not started), then didn't turn off when the car was started. Pressed the on-off button - nothing. The light will go on and off when you press and hold the lever to 'set' though.
Took the airbag off and checked all the connections under the dash, and under the steering wheel airbag, all looks good.
Just wondering if anyone else has had similar issues.
(Yes, I did a search)
Thanks in advance.
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