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ashneelbhan
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Check for a blown fuse. If you have the hand book check and see it might have a fuse under the passenger side dash and one in the fuse box in the engine compartment, also when you push the cruise button, does the symbol illuminate in the dash cluster

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unfortunately, i do not have the manual to check which fuse exactly. but, on the CC, there is a small phillips screw, opening that gave way to a small switch. it seems others have reported issues with this switch and how the copper inside it gets bent. so after a little fiddling around this, i tried the CC and i could see the light in the dash cluster turn on.

closed it all backup and thought to take it for a spin to test it, but as soon as i hit the road and tried to turn it on....well nothing came out of it.

it does seem like the switch is faulty.however, the switch is a very simple one, when the circuit completes,it gets on i guess.

i wonder if i have blown the fuse after playing around with it.

located the fuse box under the passenger dash, but not sure which is for CC. i didnt see any label that would indicate its for CC.

which label would i be looking for?

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