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Old 09-07-2009, 10:31 AM
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Ok I have a 94 s10 blazer 4*4 woth the 4.3 vortec and my cruise control stopped working. I went through and found all kinds of vacume leaks. So i though sweet got my cruise back. But did not work that way. So looking at the vac control for the cruise. The one that the cable connects to all looks good. However when I pull the vac control (which pulls the cable) the throttle does not move I can hear the cable moving but the throttle does not. My question is on a 1st gen truck off and you push or pull whatever you want to call it does your throttle move? Is it just my cable? Thanks for the help!
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