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Old 03-27-2017, 06:21 PM   #1
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1994 Lexus Ls400

I have a 1994 Lexus Ls400 with 125, 00 miles on it. Recently the cruise control stopped working. The cruise light on the dash lights when you push the control lever on the steering column. Can anyone advise as to the problem?
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Re: 1994 Lexus Ls400

Check the electrical connector on the cruise control actuator which is attached by a cable to the throttle body.
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Check the electrical connector on the cruise control actuator which is attached by a cable to the throttle body.
Thanks Brian. The cruise control stopped working when I replaced the MASS AIR FLOW SENSOR. Would this have anything to with the cruise not working?
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Re: 1994 Lexus Ls400

Not directly, but you may have had to disconnect the electrical connection I mentioned in my previous post, and forgot to reconnect it. Or it may have been jostled loose and needs to be pushed into place more firmly. It is the obvious and easiest place to start troubleshooting.
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Not directly, but you may have had to disconnect the electrical connection I mentioned in my previous post, and forgot to reconnect it. Or it may have been jostled loose and needs to be pushed into place more firmly. It is the obvious and easiest place to start troubleshooting.
I made a fast check and didn't see the connection. Maybe I have to remove a cover. Thank you very much.
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