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Most of the time, a malfunctioning cruise control system has to do with improper adjustments on the throttle linkage. But if the linkage is properly adjusted, yet the cruise control still can't maintain a set speed, then take a closer at the other system parts. See if the cruise control servo and controller are under the correct voltage while operating. Also check the servo for vacuum leaks. If the servo can't handle engine vacuum as well as it should, then you need to get a replacement part. Lucky for you, you need not search anywhere else to get a reasonably priced, high-quality replacement. Whether you're looking for a new or remanufactured cruise control servo, Auto Parts Warehouse has the perfect replacements for your cruise control system. They are covered by warranties, so you can be sure that they are built to last and endure most harsh driving conditions. You can even get a five-terminal type servo from us. Replacing any defective part of the cruise control system results in improved driving comforts, minimized fuel wastage, and, best of all, optimum road safety. We dare you to compare our prices with other retailers online. If you can find a lower price, then we're willing to match that offer. Shop with us today, and take advantage of the best deals you can find on the Internet!
Date Published: July 30,2014
Installing a Cruise Control Servo in Five Easy Steps
So you've been enjoying the perks of having a built-in cruise control system on your car. You have saved fuel, avoided speed limit violations, and relaxed during long drives. But suddenly, your cruise control system operates erratically, or sometimes, even fails to engage. The cruise control servo might be the problem. You could either clean or replace the servo unit immediately to avoid accidents, such as vehicle skidding or lack of control especially in wet or snow-covered roads. Here's how.
Difficulty level: Moderate
Tools that you'll need:
- Jack and jack stands
- Wrench set
- Screwdriver set
- Replacement cruise control servo kit
Step 1: The cruise control servo is located on the left front wheel. Use jack and jack stands to remove the front wheel, followed by the front plastic inner fender well.
Step 2: Now, disconnect the electrical connector from the servo. Using a wrench, remove the nuts that hold it, and carefully detach the servo and the cable assembly from its mounts. Remove the cover from the servo using a screwdriver.
Step 3: Attach the cable to the replacement servo, and then secure its cover with two nuts. Tighten the nuts using a torque wrench. Next, attach the servo to the mounting bracket with the nuts. Torque them.
Step 4: Put the actuator cable under the cleaner air duct. Snap the cable with the adjuster to the accelerator cable bracket, and put the screw.
Step 5: Install the electrical connector, following the two vacuum hoses to the servo. You may now reconnect the electrical connector, and reassemble the wheel and the fender well.
Now that you have replaced your servo, expect that your cruise control system will now work properly. This DIY replacement and installation may take you an hour or so, but afterwards, your servo is ready to serve you!