Honda Accord Euro 2005

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Asked by Jul 27, 2016 at 07:37 PM about the 2005 Honda Accord

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

What does the cruise control switch latch?
Is it a physical relay or is it an electronic
relay.
The switch brings up the cc light when
pressed and I can use cc if I hold my finger
on the switch, as soon as I let go the
switch the light goes out and relay does
not remain latched

2 Answers

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NO they don't latch. It's a likely a problem with the cruise control 36700-sda-a01 module, under the dash also check your rear lights anything burnt. really! Finally Honda dealers love to change the switch.

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What is the purpose of the switch then? When the switch, (push button), is operated it used to bring up a cc light within the dash board. Once this was initiated you could then set the cc speed. If the above is not initiated, you could not set the cc speed.

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