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rrtoadhall said:
Cruise control. Found under RTFM. :lol:
Isn't it the same symbol on your P38A, Carl?
 

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Yup same symbol in my 95LWB, P38 and my old Sterling.
 

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Yes, I can confirm that. Whilst it did do something useful in the early nineties it done nothing for a very long time.... ;)
 

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GT6Steve said:
Yes, I can confirm that. Whilst it did do something useful in the early nineties it done nothing for a very long time.... ;)
Amazing as it is, i cleaned up some vacuum lines on the 87 I just picked up and the cruise actually works. It is a rough affair though, like an old lady is operating the accelerator.
 

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A few years ago I chucked the cracking vacum hoses, and replaced them with fuel pipe. Shock horror... it's worked faultlessly ever since 8-0=
 

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rrtoadhall said:
Yup same symbol in my 95LWB, P38 and my old Sterling.
Thought so. It's the ISO Standard symbol. Don't US-made cars use ISO symbols? :?:
 
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