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Another simple question I think. I recently bought a '93 LWB that was previously converted over from air ride to coil springs. I don't know where they got the springs from, but they weren't for this car! I replaced the springs, shocks, rotors and calipers. The cruise control does not work, but I am guessing that it may have more to do with the air ride not letting the cruise control work if it thinks the car is sitting high as I doubt that this system was disconnected properly. Is there some type of relay circuit that has to be disconnected or something?

Any advice greatly appreciated.

Brad
 

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I do not believe this to be true. Though I will say that the cruise ECU needs to see a pulsing signal to know your speed but it takes no input from the EAS (electronic air suspension) ECU I just went through a rough time with my cruise and it is finally working now (mine has functioning air suspension)

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Have you checked the vacuum lines for the cruise control?
 
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