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post #21 of 25 (permalink) Old 03-22-2019, 12:24 PM
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I suspect you are wasting your time. Your cruise control works just like mine. You hold the button in for a extended period of time and the speed increases to an unknown setpoint. My second car (a Chevy Volt) also work like this. If you want to stop the acceleration you can hit the opposite button and stop the acceleration at the current speed. It's just not that difficult.

You can demand that world works the way you feel it should, or you can adapt to how it is. In my experience, the first method isn't very effective or worth it on minor issues such as this.

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Hyundai will recalibrate the cruise control thru the ECU via a Hyundai SAE unit. You can do a simple reset by disconnecting the battery for a period of 15 minutes and then reconnecting. This will set the ECU back to OEM default settings.

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Hyundai will recalibrate the cruise control thru the ECU via a Hyundai SAE unit. You can do a simple reset by disconnecting the battery for a period of 15 minutes and then reconnecting. This will set the ECU back to OEM default settings.
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Just got back from the dealer and indeed there was something wrong with the cruise control module. My service rep was relieved I brought the car in as soon as I did because as he explained it, if it had gone unfixed the result could have been a real disaster. Thank you to all who replied with useful tips. I’m glad I bought it up in this forum.
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You hold the button in for a extended period of time and the speed increases to an unknown setpoint. My second car (a Chevy Volt) also work like this. If you want to stop the acceleration you can hit the opposite button and stop the acceleration at the current speed.
Curious, does it work the same way if you use the "coast" button? Meaning, if you hold that button, does the car keep slowing down until you hit the "accel" button, or does it stop slowing down when you release it?
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