Right, since I finally have some more time off work, decided to figure out the cruise control situation. I didn't have time today to pull out the battery and tray to inspect the vacuum lines, but I did inspect the pedal switches. The brake switch is almost all the way in (it presses in like a hair more). The clutch switch is about halfway in. I'm thinking that one is probably the problem. How do I adjust the button/switch things so that they are completely depressed when the brake / clutch are disengaged?
'98 S70 T5M - 282,000+mi - forever a project
'99 S70 "AWD" - 220,000+mi - part out
Knows enough to be dangerous
bmdubya1198 wrote:Walmart is great for oil. Always much cheaper than anywhere else.
My Flaps (Advance) is cheaper, faster and going there supports a business that's useful. Lines at Walmart are 10-15 minutes minimum in comparison
This is not true where I live. Oil at Walmart is around $16 for a 5 quart jug. Oil at advance is around $26 for a 5 quart jug. I check out through the garden department. The line there is never more than two people long.
In fact, any fluid needed for vehicle maintenance is much cheaper at walmart here. The Purolator filters I use cost 2 dollars less at walmart back when they stocked them. It pains me every time I have to shell out the extra money for the same thing at Advance.
I stopped all regular shopping at WM after watching the video of their SJW CEO blasting white guy manufacturers reps. What a stupid thing to do. I even sent her a letter. Never a word back. Guess she doesn't need my green $$.
1998 V70 T5 226,808 miles. Original Owner.
M1 10W-30 HM