Originally Posted by ibike
New parts (buttons and clock spring) came directly from an Ford parts supplier online, I used the vehicle finder parts lookup feature on a few different websites to ensure I got the correct year specific parts.
The one thing I can't seem to find info on is how the cruise is supposed to behave, meaning are there dash lights that come on after certain button presses have been made, or are they dependent on the VSC being engaged at speed. I'd love to hear from someone who's got a VSC equipped van that could tell me the exact procedure to set a cruise speed so I know I'm pushing all the buttons in the correct sequence. May sound trivial, but I'd like to start eliminating potential issues with the lowest hanging fruit first.
Got it working. Checked both fuses (brake pedal position and brake pressure switches) and they were both good. Then proceeded to jump out the terminals in the pressure switch connector on the harness side. Got the van over 30 and then pressed On followed by Set and the van held speed. Tested Off, Accel and Coast as well. All seem to be functioning properly.
I plan on replacing the pressure switch, reconnecting and testing.
For reference, I get no lights on the cluster indicating cruise is engaged. I assume this is normal. I have a T1N Sprinter I drive for work and it also has no indicator lights for cruise functions.