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Old 02-20-2012, 03:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hi i've been looking around and i have a st184 and was wondering what i would need to do for a cruise control delete
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hi i've been looking around and i have a st184 and was wondering what i would need to do for a cruise control delete

Is yours not working? There's not much too it if you want to remove it but it might be just as easy to fix it. It consists of the actuator you see next to the battery, a speed sensor in line with your speedometer cable and of course the switch on the steering column and light on the dash.
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Is yours not working? There's not much too it if you want to remove it but it might be just as easy to fix it. It consists of the actuator you see next to the battery, a speed sensor in line with your speedometer cable and of course the switch on the steering column and light on the dash.

No it works fine (except for the occasional brake fluid sensor). I just don't use it, and I would like to clean up the bay a little before I start doing the major mods to it
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No it works fine (except for the occasional brake fluid sensor). I just don't use it, and I would like to clean up the bay a little before I start doing the major mods to it


Well the only parts you can see, actuator and the cable are easy enough to remove off the top of the engine.
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Re: cruise control

remove the actuator, cap the vac line if its vac controled route the throttle cable from the actuator to the throttle body. and bam done
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