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My cruise control on my 2007 gmc yukon shuts itself off while engaged

While I'm driving my cruise controls shuts itself off while engaged

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A faulty speed sensor can cause the cruise control to disengage while your GMC Yukon is in motion.

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Check the speed sensor. Look up the location at autozone .com or google. It is either near the tranny or at the passenger side wheel. The speed sensor is almost always connected to cruise control problems.

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