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Darrylwb
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cruise control pipes

Fri 22 Sep, 2017 6:45 pm

My cruise control stopped working and so looked under bonnet to find the bottom hose from the unit hanging loose where it would attach some where by the brake booster.
I assume it's the vacuum hose but can't find where it should connect.
I haven't dismantled anything yet, but does anyone know where it should connect ?.
It's a 1991,n/a, manual.
I'm thinking of selling it after 10 odd years, it's coming up to 190,000Kms, what would I expect to get for her??
Cheers guys and gals.
 
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Re: cruise control pipes

Fri 22 Sep, 2017 8:20 pm

Put some pictures up of the hose in question, and the car.

Value-wise. could be anywhere up to $4,500 depending on condition. 
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Darrylwb
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Re: cruise control pipes

Sun 24 Sep, 2017 1:47 pm

sorry for the delay, but had to get someone to attach pic for me.
I'm holding the rubber hose that goes some where up by the brake booster, but can't find where.
Hope someone knows and can point it out to me.
 
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Re: cruise control pipes

Sun 24 Sep, 2017 4:51 pm

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Re: cruise control pipes

Sun 24 Sep, 2017 6:16 pm

It connects into the back of that Cruise control Box. I recently removed Cruise from my road car and the same vac hose was  so perished it fell off and I made the comment on here that most cruise control units in GTO's must be rooted by now. replace the vac hose or shorten and reconnect and it will probably go OK again.

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