Originally posted by Genesis:
<STRONG>The wire that runs to the cold side of the brake switch (the other one goes to the 12volt side)needs to run through a switch mounted onto your clutch pedal assembly, and then onto the cold side of the brake switch.
This switch needs to open and close every time you press the pedal.
When your foot is off the pedal, the switch needs to give the wire continuity to the cold side of the brake switch.
When you press the clutch pedal, this brakes the wire, and the cruise cuts out.
The reason this happens is this:-
The cruise needs to "see" 12 volts on one of the wires in order to function........so if the tail lamp fuse blows....no cruise.
The cruise needs to "see" a negative or chasis ground on the other wire to opperate.
It gets this through the lamp assembly.
If you wire the above switch in correctly, the cruise should work. When you press the brake, the cold wire goes hot ( gets a 12volt feed to the brake lamps, the cruise loses its negative on that wire, and the cruise cuts out. Also if you press the clutch pedal, the opening of you new switch will brake the continuity of the wire and the cruise loses it negative feed.........once again the cruise should cut out.
If you have any other questions about the install, just ask