Maintains a constant vehicle speed without having to keep your foot on the accelerator. Use cruise control on freeways or open roads where you can travel at a constant speed with little acceleration or deceleration.
Improper use of the cruise control can lead to a crash.
Use the cruise control only when traveling on open highways in good weather.
It may not be possible to maintain a constant speed when driving uphill or downhill.
When not using cruise control: Turn off cruise control by pressing the CRUISE button.
Take your foot off the pedal and press the DECEL/SET button when you reach the desired speed.
The moment you release the DECEL/SET button, the set speed is fixed, and cruise control begins. The CRUISE CONTROL indicator comes on.
Increase or decrease the vehicle speed using the RES/ACCEL or DECEL/SET buttons on the steering wheel.
• Each time you press the button, the vehicle speed is increased or decreased by about 1 mph (1.6 km/h).
• If you keep the button pressed, the vehicle speed increases or decreases until you release it. This speed is then set.
You can set the vehicle speed using the DECEL/SET button on the steering wheel when adjusting the speed with the accelerator and brake pedals.
To cancel cruise control, do any of the
• Press the CANCEL button.
• Press the CRUISE button.
• Depress the brake pedal.
• Depress the clutch pedal.
The CRUISE CONTROL indicator goes off.
Resuming the prior set speed: After cruise control has been canceled, you can still resume the prior set speed by pressing the RES/ ACCEL button while driving at a speed of at least 25 mph (40 km/h) or more.
You cannot set or resume in the following situations: • When vehicle speed is less than 25 mph (40 km/h) • When the CRUISE button is turned off
At vehicle speeds of 22 mph (35 km/h) or less, cruise control is canceled automatically.
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