The vehicle was then taken to the dealer who diagnosed that the brake booster needed to be replaced. Then the drivers side plastic tire well burned out enough, I was able to get water underneath the hood. The contact stated that the cruise control module caught fire in the beginning of 2008. I wanted to be made part of the investigation process. I stepped down and entered passing gear.
The fire took place outside the house with the key out of the ignition. The fire department arrived at 12:34 am. But if there is a leak, the cruise control will not be able to control the vehicle speed properly. Whenever I push the on button nothing happens. The vehicle burned down the entire garage and did partial fire damage to the house. When this happens, the only thing you can do is determine the problem.
The tech support folks guided me through a few questions I had and were very tech proficient on their product. The truck has not been moved awaiting directions from the attorney. They popped the hood using their cable tool and began to apply water. You can read more details at www. The contact was alerted that there is a recall for the vehicle speed control, 05V388000. It was nearly on fire.
I had connected the factory installed block heater to a 120v extension cord at around 9:00 pm that same evening, as usually done in the evenings when it will be driven the next day. The failure mileage was 85,000. The vehicle cab and engine compartment quickly became engulfed in flames. Our cruise was not working, we took it to the dealer and he found the the cable on the throttle body was broken. The failure mileage was approximately 31,000. They work very effectively to control the speed of the vehicle, but when they fail they can be a bear to diagnose and fix.
Cruise control systems have been with us for years. The cruise control system has been malfunctioning for the past 6 months. The only thing that was completely destroyed was the break fluid reservoir, and the cruise control switch. The truck accelerated when the brakes were applied. The bettendorf, iowa fire department responded, and extinguished the fire within five minutes once they had the hoses, pry bars, and hydraulic jaws in place.
The consumer stated the radio would sometimes come on with the key and would only work on one am channel and on fm channel and it would not turn off. The pulses it sends regulates the amount of vacuum the diaphragm receives. Because of the quick response of extinguishing the fire, you can definitely tell where the fire originated. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. If your brake fluid is also running low, you probably have a help in your cruise control brake pressure sensor.
You may experience problems with the cruise control module after years of use. We were going to do it ourselves, but thank goodness we didn't try it. This can also happen if the vacuum line to the diaphragm is cracked or loose. The left cowl cover and hood seal melted, as did the left inner wheel well. The contact was driving with the cruise control activated at 65 mph when the vehicle surged forward abnormally.
The vehicle was taken to a local mechanic who diagnosed that the cruise control burned a hole in the brake fluid reservoir. Consumer paid for the repair of out of his pocket. It seems the Windstar and Aerostars ar bad for this. The contact had the vehicle repaired under a manufacturers recall years prior to the failure for the cruise control where the dealer replaced a wiring harness that could cause a fire. But the real issue is that many people that think they can live with Ford's first solution, without cruise control. The wiring for the items on the wheel are routed through the 'clockspring' so they wind and unwind as the wheel is turne … d.