There isnt much on the internet about this topic. Where the bugger can be located. When I can I'll upload the scan if it's needed. After I got off the freeway and stopped, I checked the floor mat or anything else that might have interfered with the accelerator pedal and did not observe anything out of the ordinary. This light is now on, and no way to ignore it.
. Then it went off, and then back on a few minutes later. After the start up and the strobing for a couple of seconds everything gets back to normal. Likewise, if there is a fault in the throttle position sensor, or the throttle body itself, the cruise will not come on for safety reasons. Also the cruise has stopped working about the same time this started. Should we expect this to keep happening? What could the problem be? It seems to do this when I go around a corner. And the little fog light symbol on the switch does not light up.
I don't know what the maximum speed that the cruise control is set, but I let the vehicle get up to over 85 mph yesterday before I 'canceled' the cruise control. Then in the morning with all the lights off headlights turns etc the cruise works, as soon as I turn the lights on it stop working. My first indication of failure was the brake lights remained on after shutting down the car. All the lights came on previously when my aux battery died, but the car wouldn't start, so this is somewhat different. Most people are aware that a check engine light indicates something wrong in the powertrain, but it can be a simple issue with the exhaust or a larger problem. The coolant level was a bit low so I filled up with the water. The car, suddenly lit up all the warning lights: Engine, Red Exclamation, Hybrid, and brake lights.
The next day, consumer took the vehicle to the dealers for inspection, where it remained. Discovering where my cruise control module is located on my 05 Excursion. Mechanic said that if it happened again, it might be the catalytic converter. It strobes for a couple of seconds. The only other problem that I have recently noticed was that my cruise control was acting only intermittently as well.
The right front headlight has been on the fritz as well as the wireless door opener has been working sparsely sometime it wont lock, sometimes it will. Right now I want to get my cruise control working. After the recall was completed no further issues until today. Now that you know how to use Adaptive Cruise Control, once you have it set, the vehicle will be able to automatically keep the desired distance between you and any vehicle in front of you. I noticed after that incident frightening that it does not happen going down hill, only uphill or even a slight incline. I went to an auto parts store and the codes that came up were a lot, I'm not sure they are all referring to the symbol. Is there a way to get that thing back to showing my present speed like it did before? Dealership stated that they talked with manufacturer and they are going to give me a new turbocharger and new engine.
Now the car heats up after running for a bit and the big exclamation mark sign comes on. I had to apply considerable pressure to keep the car from increasing speed. So if it's a hybrid battery issue, I am covered. I am a newbie to this site, but I did a search and didn't find much that sounded like this problem. I have not gone out and checked that but I will. I was wondering if this is normal or should there be one light to indicate the cruise system is on and another when the cruise is set. I know I had one on my old full size Ford truck with C6.
I have changed the water pump, Thermostat fail safe , and heater core and had the entire system flushed. Well, to make a long story short, I had the battery replaced at the 60K service a couple weeks ago and the cruise has worked flawlessly ever since. The dealership is examining the car right now, so I can't report what repair was done yet. Two weeks ago I bought a new 2012 Outback. Please let me know if you need more information. My 2006 passat is showing an exclamation mark beside the cruise control symbol in the instrument panel. I was experiencing electrical issues such as cruise control not working, wipers turning on for no reason.
For more information go to. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. Now, 8 days later, all the same lights have come on. The contact stated that cruise control failed to engage. These problems are easily remedied with new polyurethane control arm bushings by Energy Suspension, which outperform standard rubber bushings.