I'm never really that good in figuring out these electronic things, and the other day my cruise stopped working. Fuse is fine though... where should I check next?
Actually, it doesn't make sense for the SID to use the brake switch in that situation. As I understand it, the point of the "Test Brakes" indicator is so that the SID can make sure the brake lights go to on/full-bright correctly. Therefore, the "Test Brakes" message goes away not when the brake switch triggers, but when the lights actually come on/go to full bright. So it's possible that the brake switch is not working, even though you can clear the "Test Brakes" message. Just a theoryMaseratiMike said:I don't understand. It would make sense that a broken brake switch would tell the cruise that you are stepping on the brake and to disengage. But if you are getting the "Test Brakes" indicator, I think you would have a functioning brake switch. Becasue as soon as you touch the brake the prompt goes away. If it was a broken brake switch the SID would think you always have your foot on the brake and never throw up the "Test Brakes" Prompt. Perhaps my logic is off, let me know if it is, becuse I always get the "Test Brakes" prompt when I fire up the car (if my foot isn't on the brake during start up)