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1995 Civic EX Coupe Cruise control is not working

Discussion in '5th Generation Honda Civic (1992-1995)' started by gto603, Sep 15, 2017.



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  1. gto603

    gto603 New Member

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    Hello, The cruise on my 95 Civic EX was working fine and now all of a sudden the dash light button still comes on when pushed but nothing happens when I push set accel on steering wheel. Fuse is not listed in under dash labeling. Where is the fuse on this? Thanks
     
  2. boofoo

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    Manual or auto transmission?
     
  3. gto603

    gto603 New Member

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    Manual
     
  4. boofoo

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    Are you aware that there are two switches (upper and lower) on the clutch pedal?
     
  5. gto603

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    I did not know there were 2. Not sure how to locate.
     
  6. gto603

    gto603 New Member

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    is there a fuse for this?
     
  7. boofoo

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    upper = starter

    lower = CC

    Are you aware that both switches work by pressing on a plastic stopper?
     
  8. gto603

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    I had know idea. Are the under the dash panel and easy to locate?
     
  9. boofoo

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    Are you prepared to shift your focus away from the fuse box?

    Many solutions will be found in the fuse box, but not all.
     
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  10. gto603

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    Sure. I am all ears. Thanks
     
  11. boofoo

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    Check whether the rubber stopper for the lower CC switch broke and fell out. You may find the broken pieces below the clutch pedal on the carpet.
     
  12. rogerintx

    rogerintx New Member

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    The best way to pin point the problem is to test as per the trouble shooting guide in the Civic Repair Manual. Remove the plug from the cruise unit under the dash and use a multi-meter between the wires as instructed. You should be able to isolate the problem using this procedure.
     

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  13. john schneider

    john schneider New Member

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    Great stuff. Just bought a 94 5th generation Civic EX with a 1.6L Vtech. It had a torn CV axle seal, malfunctioning windows, high idle issues along with some vacuum leaks. All in all a good investment for 500$
     


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