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  1. How-To: Lighting & Electrical
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  2. Electrical/Lighting/Security
    I have an 2011 Colorado, ext cab, z71 and I just purchased it about a week ago. Few issues already....Cruise control does not work when lights are on. My brake lights also stay illuminated when lights are on. Tried putting in a new brake switch...no luck. All fuses that I checked were good...
  3. I4/I5 Engine & Drivetrain
    Hey, 355 Nation members... I'm also having an issue with my 2004 ZQ8. it is a 3.5 with automatic transmission, and @93k miles. The cruise control just stopped working one day. Battery is good, CC fuse (10a) is good. The truck is clean, and the grounds are good. There are two switches on the...
  4. Schematics
    2009+ Cruise Control Schematics
  5. I4/I5 Engine & Drivetrain
    Another one bites the dust...my cruise control quit working. Brake switch test OK, no bulbs out, no LEDs, all fuses are OK, disconnected the battery for an afternoon to reset the computer...all to no success. Short of testing/replacing the switch itself, I'm out of ideas. Anybody able to...
  6. Engines/Performance/Tech Questions
    Ok so last week my cruise control just stopped working. A couple days later my buddy told me one of my brake lights was out. I filled it but the cruise is still out. I checked the fuse and all is well with that. Someone told me to check the brake switch. How can I tell if that's bad? The brake...
  7. I4/I5 Engine & Drivetrain
    My 2009's cruise doesn't work and the 10A fuse is good. I thought it could be in the PCM and disconnected the battery to "reboot" it, but no change. Any ideas? Anyone have this problem before? It is under warranty but before I bring it to the dealer I better undo the low/high beam mod, fog...
  8. How-To: Interior
    Disclaimer The community here at 355nation.net urges you to please use caution and seek professional assistance when performing modifications to your vehicle. Before attempting any modification it is advised that you refer to your Colorado or Canyon service manual or contact a certified mechanic...
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