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My cruise control has stopped working altogether. It started cutting out about 3 months ago. I had some work done on transmission last week and now cruise does not work at all.

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Hi. My wifes cruise was acting up on her Buick and lifting up firmly on the brake pedal solved the problem.

Posted on Jun 19, 2011

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