Join Date: Jul 2002
Location: Tucson, AZ, USA
Re: Cruise control
If the front shock was replaced which entails taking off a lot of the tupperware, I would guess that either one or two of the cc cables did not wind up where they should be,
From what I remember. none of the cables have to moved or altered while replacing the front shock.
Unfortunately, getting at the one panel you need to remove involves removing all of the other panels that overlap it.
Removing the tupperware by hand gets tedious real fast. I bought an electric screw driver that has a device so that I can adjust how much torque will be applied. You'll discover two different length bolts, longer goes through two layers of something. The clips many of the bolts attach to move and fall off. When one panel overlaps another and you have to screw the bolts into in of those clips that goes over metal with a hole through it are a MAJOR pita for me--all need to be carefully aligned before attempting to bolt it down.
some where in the area where the seat bracket attaches near the "glove box" there is a pair of entirely different length of screw. note where they go.
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