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07-28-2017 04:37 PM
DrewP Check for continuity at both pedal switches, there is one on the brake pedal and clutch pedal. These are the most common reason it won't work. If the switches are Ok, then check that you have voltave across the two wires going to the switches with the switch un-plugged and the ignition turned to ON. You should have +5 or +12v across the two wires for the switches (I forget which).

It's also possible for them to be misadjusted on the brackets so the switch is being tripped when you're not actually depressing the pedal.

If that's all ok it may be tricky to diagnose, but report back.

And welcome!
07-28-2017 03:31 PM
'99 9-5 manual transmission cruise control not working

So I decided it's finally I'm to figure out why my cruise control isn't working, but I don't really know what all to check. The fuse is good, and the pedal sensor doesn't appear to be PHYSICALLY damaged, but I don't know if it could still fail internally. Should I start with replacing the clutch switch, or with something else?

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