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Is there a fuseable link for cruise control?

I have a 2006 F350 with a 2004 bulletproofed 6.0 in it. The cruise doesn't work. I bought it and it didn't work so I'm not sure the story on how/why it quit working. The indicator on the dash doesn't come on.(actually is there a "cruise on" indicator light or just a light when the cruise is set? I thought maybe it was the clock spring except the horn works fine. Any thoughts on this or what direction to start looking? I thought there might be a fuseable link somewhere that I don't know about?Thanks
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Is this in the wrong section or is this just a question that no one knows?
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Is this in the wrong section or is this just a question that no one knows?
Try looking/searching in the electronics section.

There are a few recent threads on cruise issues.

And no, there is no fusible link.


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I did a search for cruise control not working it only came back with people replacing buttons and whatnot.thank you for the information.
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Well it does work except the "coast" button sets it and the resume doesnt work.
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the coast button sets the cruise ?

sounds like a steering wheel
issue ?

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the coast button sets the cruise ?

sounds like a steering wheel
issue ?
The set/accel button was broke and the guy I bought the truck from replaced it. Once you set it with the coast button it can be set with the set/accel button(like if you hit the brakes and want to set it again). Weird. Something I need to look at. Im sure its just some wiring not jiving.
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