Yes you can, the're are do it yourself kits for around $200 dollars. they are a little difficult to install unless you know a lot about cars.
Go out to a car store and buy the cruise control. then pop up the bonet of the car and pull out the radiator and the engine. you will see two cords attach them to the back of the cruise control system. you are then done.
It is possible to convert a car without cruise control to have cruise control. Many auto parts stores sell kits which will install cruise control in a vehicle.
Control Car is another name for cruise control. Cruise control allows you to set a speed and your car stays at that speed. It is good for being on the highway. It also conserves gas.
No , absolutely not ( if you hit a puddle , which will slow the car down , the cruise control willtry to accelerate the car to maintain the set speed )It's not recommended to use the cruise control in the rain. Normally, you use the cruise control on the highways. When it's raining you need complete control on the car and be fully alert.( NO ) if you hit a puddle that slows the car down then the cruise control will accelerate the carbetter not it could cause the car to accelerate at the wrong time and cause loss of control
There are multiple things that can go wrong with cruise control, you need to be more specific as to what is wrong with the cruise control in your car.
The steering is what controls the gauge in cruise control. This is in any car or truck.
Yes. My Ford Probe 2.0l 16v had cruise control and that was a manual gearbox!
If the car is going up an incline, it will attempt to keep the speed constant with the setting of the cruise control. When that process is satisfied, the car may decelerate a bit to keep the same speed. If the car continually decelerates whe using the cruise control. stop using the cruise and have it checked. It id very dangerous to use the cruise control that is not operating properly. It could cause the car to accelerate unexpectedly.
Cruise control is an automated system whereby the driver can select a specific speed and the car will automatically maintain that speed until the driver either disengages the cruise control or presses the brake pedal. It is the most useful for long distance highway driving where there is not too much traffic. Common misconceptions: Cruise control does not steer the car, or keep the car on the road. Cruise control does not prevent accidents.
The cruise control is fed by the same fuses as the engine computer. If the car runs, it is not a blown fuse.The cruise control is fed by the same fuses as the engine computer. If the car runs, it is not a blown fuse.
The cruise control switch on a 1993 Lincoln Town car is attached to the master brake cylinder under the hood. Ford had a recall on this car because the cruise control switch could lead to a fire.