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2001 HONDA CIVIC CRUISE CONTROL NOT WORKING

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2001 HONDA CIVIC CRUISE CONTROL NOT WORKING
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Honda
Expert:  John G. replied 6 years ago.
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John G :

Hi, I can help you with this. The most common cause of this in fact is a brake switch. The switch actually has two switches inside of it so the brake lights can work, yet the cruise cancel part of it malfunction.

Customer:

How can I test it?

John G :

Brake Pedal Position Switch Test



















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  1. Disconnect the 4P connector (A) from the brake pedal position switch (B).

  2. Check for continuity between the No.1 and No.2 terminals.





    • There should be continuity when the brake pedal is pressed.

    • There should be no continuity when the brake pedal is released.





  1. Check for continuity between the No.3 and No.4 terminals (with cruise control).





    • There should be no continuity when the brake pedal is pressed.

    • There should be continuity when the brake pedal is released.





  1. If necessary, adjust or replace the switch, or adjust the pedal height.

John G :

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