Subaru Forester Body Electrical System 1999 2000 (3) PDF

3. Cruise Control System
A: PRECAUTION
1. SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM
?AIRBAG?
Airbag system wiring harness is routed near the
cruise control module and cruise control command
switch.
CAUTION:
All airbag system wiring harness and con-
nectors are yellow. Do not use electrical test
equipment on these circuits.
Be careful not to damage airbag system wir-
ing harness when servicing the cruise control
module and cruise control command switch.
B: PRE-INSPECTION
1. FUNCTION TESTS
Conduct road tests by selecting a smooth, flat road
or use free rollers for road test simulation.
Cruise Control Main Switch
1) Turn ignition switch to ON.
2) Check that cruise control main switch indicator
light comes on when main switch is pressed (ON).
3) Check that main switch indicator light goes out
when main switch is pressed again (OFF).
4) Turn ignition switch to OFF with main switch ON
(indicated by illumination). Turn ignition switch ON
again to ensure that main switch indicator light
remains OFF.
Cruise Control Command Switch
1) Check that cruise control command switch is
properly set in ?SET/COAST?, ?RESUME/ACCEL?,
or ?CANCEL? mode.
2) Also check that command switch returns to the
original position when released.
Constant Speed Test
1) Turn cruise control main switch to ON.
2) Drive the vehicle at a speed greater than 40
km/h (25 MPH).
3) Press command switch to set in ?SET/COAST?
mode.
4) Ensure that vehicle is maintained at the speed
set when command switch was pressed.
Acceleration Test
1) Set vehicle speed at a speed greater that 40
km/h (25 MPH).
2) Ensure that vehicle continues to accelerate
while holding command switch in ?RESUME/
ACCEL? mode, and that vehicle maintains that
optional speed when command switch is released.
Deceleration Test
1) Set vehicle speed at an optional speed greater
than 40 km/h (25 MPH).
2) Ensure that vehicle continues to decelerate
while holding command switch in ?SET/COAST?
mode, and that it maintains that optional speed
when command switch is released.
NOTE:
When vehicle speed reaches the lower speed limit
of 30 km/h (19 MPH) during deceleration, cruise
control will be released.
2. CRUISE CONTROL CABLE
3B21 : CHECK CRUISE CONTROL CABLE.
Check accelerator cable (A) and cruise control
cable (B) installation.
S6M0099B
:
Is the cruise control cable securely
installed to the left of the accelerator
cable?
: Go to step 3B22.
: Install cruise control cable securely. Go
to step 3B22.
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Subaru Forester Body Electrical System 1999 2000 (3) Summary of Content

3. Cruise Control SystemA: PRECAUTION1. SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEMAIRBAGAirbag system wiring harness is routed near thecruise control module and cruise control commandswitch.CAUTION: All airbag system wiring harness and con-nectors are yellow. Do not use electrical testequipment on these circuits. Be careful not to damage airbag system wir-ing harness when servicing the cruise controlmodule and cruise control command switch.B: PRE-INSPECTION1. FUNCTION TESTSConduct road tests by selecting a smooth, flat roador use free rollers for road test simulation. Cruise Control Main Switch1) Turn ignition switch to ON.2) Check that cruise control main switch indicatorlight comes on when main switch is pressed (ON).3) Check that main switch indicator light goes outwhen main switch is pressed again (OFF).4) Turn ignition switch to OFF with main switch ON(indicated by illumination). Turn ignition switch ONagain to ensure that main switch indicator lightremains OFF. Cruise Control Command Switch1) Check that cruise control command switch isproperly set in SET/COAST, RESUME/ACCEL,or CANCEL mode.2) Also check that command switch returns to theoriginal position when released. Constant Speed Test1) Turn cruise control main switch to ON.2) Drive the vehicle at a speed greater than 40km/h (25 MPH).3) Press command switch to set in SET/COASTmode.4) Ensure that vehicle is maintained at the speedset when command switch was pressed. Acceleration Test1) Set vehicle speed at a speed greater that 40km/h (25 MPH).2) Ensure that vehicle continues to acceleratewhile holding command switch in RESUME/ACCEL mode, and that vehicle maintains thatoptional speed when command switch is released. Deceleration Test1) Set vehicle speed at an optional speed greaterthan 40 km/h (25 MPH).2) Ensure that vehicle continues to deceleratewhile holding command switch in SET/COASTmode, and that it maintains that optional speedwhen command switch is released.NOTE:When vehicle speed reaches the lower speed limitof 30 km/h (19 MPH) during deceleration, cruisecontrol will be released.2. CRUISE CONTROL CABLE3B21 : CHECK CRUISE CONTROL CABLE.Check accelerator cable (A) and cruise controlcable (B) installation.S6M0099B:Is the cruise control cable securelyinstalled to the left of the acceleratorcable?: Go to step 3B22.: Install cruise control cable securely. Goto step 3B22.13[T3B2] 6-2DIAGNOSTICS3. Cruise Control System