Wondering what could cause the cruise on my '95 Tbird to creep up in speed? Anyone ever have this problem? A little late to fix today as we leave on our cross country tour this evening, but knowing might be able to fix during trip. Any help appreciated.
Define the problem a little more, how many MPH are we talking about?
97 T-Bird LX 4.6 - 80k miles 94 Supra TT Auto - street/strip car 04 CVPI- Brenda's car - 76k miles
Previous Fords: 95 T-Bird LX 4.6 - fully optioned, owned 15 years, 220k miles 96 Cougar XR-7 4.6- Brenda's car, owned 11 years, 187k miles 88 T-Bird 3.8 - first T-Bird, owned 5 years, 206k miles
Had a similar problem on my 96 Mark VIII. I replaced the cruise servo in the driver's fenderwell and the problem was resolved.
97 Laser Red Thunderbird LX162k, Stage 2 4.6L 2v N/A | 300 BHP (255 RWHP, 290 RWTQ) | 13.95 @ 97.58 | Build details | Pics at the Lorain Assembly plant 98 Black Mark VIII 160k, stock daily driver 07 Redfire Fusion V6 SEL 178k, for the wife Gone but not forgotten: 96 Mark VIII, 94 Cougar XR7, 93 Mark VIII
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