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Old 10-10-2008, 06:20 PM   #1
Helka
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Cruise Control Faulty

Hello

This year I have noticed a problem with my cruise control in my 94 318i. I would try to set it and it seems like it engages because when I take my foot off the gas the kms per litre gauge isn't all the way at zero (which it would normally show if you let up on the gas all the way) but remains at around 4l/100km but my km/h start to drop. I then push the cruise control out to accelerate but after I let off the gas the car starts to slow down. I then realized that when I pull in on the lever to decelerate it ACCELERATES on me for about 2 seconds. It works once in a blue moon. I only use the cruise control on the 401.

Any ideas... Faulty module, problem in the wiring in the steering column or the relay (if there is one).

I tried to look in the Haines book but nothing is listed.

I have looked around online and it could be a faulty gas pedal or brake pedal sensitivity.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Just to reiterate, what bothers me is when I try to set it and then pull the cruise control lever towards me to decelerate and it accelerates.????

Thanks
Jasper
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