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I just bought a 2008 Suburban LTZ and the cruise control is not working. The light turns on but it doesn't engage. I have looked through the forum and tried to troubleshoot. I checked the parking brake, the battery was bad and I have replaced that still nothing. No check lights either. Does anyone know where I can check next?
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New updated on the cruise control issue. I got it back from the dealer and they said it was a bad brake switch located on the brake pedal. I guess I have to decide if it is worth 200 dollars to have cruise control right now.
I saw on another forum that people were getting the switch for $15.00 and it only takes 10 minutes to install. I am having the same problem with my 2007 Suburban. I sure didn't realize how much I liked CC until I didn't have it in our suburban. Did anybody fix this problem yet by getting a new brake switch? If so, how much did it cost you?
Thank you for the information. I hear you about working on your boat...It seems like there is always something to do whenever you own a boat. My dad says the 2 best days of owning a boat are the day you get it and the day you get rid of it. I disagree but I thought it was funny.
I do not know if that is the right part or not, but I will try to remember tonight to look and see. The other forum they mentioned that you need to remove a small spring to install the break pedal switch. I am also going to take it out for a drive and see if the CC works if I pull up on the brake pedal because I have not tried this yet.