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Date Registered: 06-2011
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I have noticed that it cancels going over a bump like a level crossing.




Mine hasn't done this yet, can't say that I have gone that fast over a rail crossing with CC on.

As to the flashing light. When this happens you can't engage the CC, but your right by cancelling it when you turn the ignition off and on again.
By memory I think it just happened, no cause for it.



Has there been a fix for the cruise control disengaging itself over bumps yet? I've been on the Hume hwy 2/3 x now where I've hit a pothole on an incline and the car has unexpectedly decelerated resulting in 1 very near miss....

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Date Registered: 06-2008
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It should only disengage when the revs become too low for the speed travelling, or when there is excessive load on the motor.
How fast and in what gear were you in?

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Date Registered: 05-2017
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Hi all,

My mechanic is having issues diagnosing a cc issue.

I have an auto 2007 t31
My cruise control turns itself off completely and won't let me turn it back on until the car has been turned off and back on again. If I don't turn it on as soon as I get in the car it often won't turn on at all.

My mechanic changed the switch on the steering wheel but that hasn't fixed it. Any ideas?
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Date Registered: 08-2017
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I have same issue, have not tried to resolve yet, anyone had any success?
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Date Registered: 10-2006
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Is the Set or Cruise lamp flashing ?

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Date Registered: 07-2018
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If you have your steering wheel features (source, volume button, handsfree, cruise control) light up when the headlight is on this could be the issue. Nissan Australia had these lights disabled due to the cruise control playing up.
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I haven’t had any problems with the cruise control speeds. It sits at the speed I set it at immediately. The lever/button on the steering wheel quickly speeds up or slows down the car. Sometimes my speed may increase slightly when going down hill, but I can just turn off cruise until I get to the bottom of the hill. When going up a hill, the revs are quite low, so I make sure to give a little boost with the accelerator just before the hill to get the revs up and then the CC speed will be maintained up the hill.

I had something weird happen during the week when driving on the freeway tho. I had CC set at 110km/h on the M1. The car hit a bump in the road (where two road surfaces met) and the cruise control jumped off. I instantly lost speed but was able to accelerate and re-engage CC for the rest of my trip. Has this happened to anyone else? Glitch? Or normal?

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I had something weird happen during the week when driving on the freeway tho. I had CC set at 110km/h on the M1. The car hit a bump in the road (where two road surfaces met) and the cruise control jumped off. I instantly lost speed but was able to accelerate and re-engage CC for the rest of my trip. Has this happened to anyone else? Glitch? Or normal?



I've had this happen in my T31 twice on trip up the Snowy Mountains Highway and also in my old Volvo (similar vintage) a few times. In the case of the Volvo the manual makes it clear that if the car detects a sudden shift in steering angle, car pitch/angle and so on, the cruise control will disengage the cruise but not switch off the system totally so you can 'resume' the cruise. There is this place that I regularly travelled a few years back, every-time like clockwork I went past this spot heading east with the cruise on, it would suddenly disengage. You can see it doesn't look like much, but for some reason this part of the road always did it.

My guess, it's the computer going, "nah I reckon we about to crash/get some air, i'm out, good luck human! emoticon ".

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Date Registered: 10-2020
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My guess, it's the computer going, "nah I reckon we about to crash/get some air, i'm out, good luck human! emoticon ".



Yeah that sounds about right 🤣🤣

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Date Registered: 10-2021
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Hi Anna,

I've driven around 22,000km on my T31 in the last year, and have spent comfortably at least half of that in cruise control (highway driving to work), and this has happened 3 times in the last couple of months, 2 of which I can confirm was when I hit a bump in the road at a weird angle.

In my case, it looks like my Dual Mass Flywheel is going, and a post I read somewhere indicated that a momentary difference between engine speed and gearbox speed could cause this (because of the DMF 'flapping'). Obviously if you have an auto, this is not the case.

A more likely possibility could be what a colleague encountered on his '15 Forrester - the spring on his brake pedal was getting old, and bumps in the road would cause it to move just enough to disengage CC (similar to a light tap on the brake, instead of hitting 'Cancel' on the steering wheel). This is maybe something worth checking out?

Either way, it's probably not something I'd lose sleep over, since it doesn't sound like it happens a lot, and when it does happen, there is a known factor (bumps), even if the cause is not 100% clear.

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