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Sorento Cruise Control

Discussion in 'Kia Forums' started by paulw, 23 April 2013.

  1. paulw

    paulw Newbie

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    From:
    uk wilmslow
    Car:
    sorento xs 205cdi
    Hi,
    The cruise on my 2007 xs Sorento has stopped working,no light on dash and no cruise.I can't seem to find a relevant fuse, does it utilise another fuse and how do I access the switch on the steering wheel without disturbing the airbag?
    Many Thanks
     
  2. T9 man

    T9 man TC Pro Founder Moderator

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    Greetings and a Warm Welcome to our TorqueCars Forum my Friend! :)

    I am unable to help you with your question directly, but hopefully somebody can point you in the right direction for the knowledge that you seek!

    Good luck buddy! :)
     
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  3. HugoBoss

    HugoBoss The Torque Meister

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    Welcome to T.C matey good to have you around.
     
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  4. HugoBoss

    HugoBoss The Torque Meister

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    Yea apparently it's a common problem on the Sorento, most of the time caused by a faulty brake switch telling the computer the brakes are activated when they not, so the cruise won't engage.
     
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  5. HugoBoss

    HugoBoss The Torque Meister

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    If you wanna check the fuses just pull em all and replace all the ones that are blown if any.
     
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  6. paulw

    paulw Newbie

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    From:
    uk wilmslow
    Car:
    sorento xs 205cdi
    Thanks
    Any idea how to access and check the switch?
     
  7. HugoBoss

    HugoBoss The Torque Meister

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    Don't think you can check it, but it should be right behind the brake pedal shaft, just unbolt and unplug, simples, just remove the battery negative terminal before you do to be safe.
     
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