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Check the switch on the clutch pedal is in position - if the ECU detects the clutch pedal is down (or the switch has been knocked) it will disable the cruise control.

Little white box, near the pedal shaft - easy to find if you root around in the footwell.
 

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Check the switch on the clutch pedal is in position - if the ECU detects the clutch pedal is down (or the switch has been knocked) it will disable the cruise control.

Little white box, near the pedal shaft - easy to find if you root around in the footwell.
I actually managed to kick mine and disconnect it :D
 

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There are a few threads on how to disconnect and fix this. I did mine not long ago. Only tool you should need is pliers , hopefully not too difficult
 
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Cruise Only activates when the clutch and brake switches are working properly. They often go bad when the plunger gets whacked too hard, or when tinkered with.

If you have a copy of multiecuscan, that will tell you which is causing the bother. The switches are a 1/4 turn fit into a bracket above the pedals and are bloody tight if never removed before.

New switches are usually not needed, but if they are, they are about £10 from Euro Car Parts or similar.
 
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