April 2, 2012, 10:44 pm
Just purchased today, a 2008 Mondeo estate, Titanium X 2.0L diesel, manual.
Everything seems fine apart from the cruise control - I can't get it to work.
When you press the button on the left hand side of the wheel it posts a message about cruise control in standby. Then when I press the + or - buttons it just clears the display. Taking my foot off shows it isn't working as the speed drops.
I have a warranty so I can go back to the garage, but wondered if there are any known issues or obvious things to check first. It's just a pain to be without the car so if it's something I could look at then I'd give it a go. There are no fault codes or messages on the dash, it's as if the + or - just cancels cruise control.
April 4, 2012, 1:46 pm
Been out in it today and it's working fine. Guess the first things to check are the clutch and brake switches.
April 4, 2012, 2:13 pm
[quote name='Togger' timestamp='1333543595' post='176191']
Guess the first things to check are the clutch and brake switches.
I'd defo agree with that if it's intermittent.
April 12, 2012, 8:08 pm
OK, out in the car today and it took loads of attempts to get the cruise control on. Button on the left puts it into standby, but pressing + or - cancels it.
On the motorway I got it to engage eventually, feet now clear of all pedals and system working. I then pressed the + button to increase the speed and it turned the system off. I am now convinced the problem is not with the pedal switches, but with the buttons themselves or the clock spring.
Anyone know how I go about cleaning these up or replacing them? Guide anywhere?
Update - today struggling to get the cruise control system standby on from the button on the left. With buttons on the left and right not working I think I'm going to get a new clock spring.
October 18, 2012, 11:44 pm
Hi, I have exact same intermittent symptoms as you experienced, can I ask what fixed it in the end and what is a clock spring?
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