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Has anyone changed there own cruise control switch. It doesn't look all that hard but I don't want to deploy the airbag. Any help would be greatly appreciated.. I order the switch today.

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This thread will help you. You would need to remove the steering wheel
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Thanks, I looked over that link and it is something that I believe I can do. I had it at the dealers and they wanted to charge me 421.00 to change the switch. But I got them to trouble shoot it for me to determine why the cruise didn't work. I bought the switch and autozone here will rent you a steering wheel puller. The rest is down hill. Thanks again for the link.

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Hmmmm. Out of warranty I presume? That sux. It's always like that. Hope it works out for you! Seems like a pretty comprehensive procedure. Good luck!
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yea you know it is. The bad think is I wasn't aware that it was out of warrenty. But such is life. I was an aircraft mechanic so I think I can handle the steering wheel. I was worried about the airbag deploying. But with that problem solved I am home free.
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Re: cruise control swith

I have similar concerns, but mine involve the side curtain airbags. I want to run some wires up through the A-pillars to feed some switches I want to mount on the upper console, but am leary of removing the pillar covers because of the airbags in there. I've settled for mounting the auxilliary light switch between the seat heat switches on the lower console, but would have rathered they be up next to the temp gauge and sunroof controls.
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For air bag work, the standard is to remove batt power for at least 10 minutes.
All air bag connectors should be yellow. I pull off steering wheel air bags all the time...

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For air bag work, the standard is to remove batt power for at least 10 minutes.
All air bag connectors should be yellow. I pull off steering wheel air bags all the time...
Then sell them on ebay right

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Then sell them on ebay right
Made me laugh!...I did forget to mention I re-install all those same A/B's...

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Has anyone changed there own cruise control switch. It doesn't look all that hard but I don't want to deploy the airbag. Any help would be greatly appreciated.. I order the switch today.

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I have had the same problem for several years. Currently, it hardly ever stops blinking when I try to engage it. The dealer said the whole 'cluster(?) harness would have to be replaced to correct the problem, costing $400. they have apparently had to do more than a few of these, so know what it takes. I wonder if Nissan is having gerneral issues with these?
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