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cscarlson

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How do you check to see if the transducer on the cruise control is bad , in the same aspect how about the servo?

thanks.
 

Nut

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From the Assembly Manual:

TRANSDUCER CHECK:

- With connector C196 disconnected, check resistance between DK GR wire and GND, Should read between 29 and 36 ohms.

- IF reading is NOT within limits, disconnect connector at Transducer and check the DK GR wire resistance. Should be 23.3 ohms +/- 1 ohm.

- IF resistance wire DK GR ok, check for5-6 ohms between HOLD terminal on transducer and GND.

SWITCH POSITIONS
ENGAGEMENT ON-OFF TERMINALS
SWITCH RESUME
BUTTON SWITCH 1 to 2 1 to 3 2 to 3

RELEASED ON CLOSED OPEN OPEN
FULLY
DEPRESSED ON OPEN OPEN CLOSED
PARTIALLY
RELEASED ON CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED
RELEASED RESUME CLOSED CLOSED CLOSED
RELEASED OFF OPEN OPEN OPEN


SERVO AND VACUUM CHECK

- Check all vacuum components with 15 inches of vacuum using external vacuum source. The vacuum should not leak down more than 5 inches in one minute.

Hope this helps.............. Nut

PS.... this does not post well. Send me a pm and I'll resent it tomorrow. Bob
 

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