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Old 04-15-2013, 02:27 PM   #1
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Question cruise control stopped after changing ignition switch

I had to take out the entire steering wheel column to replace the ignition switch. As I recall there were some wires that went to cruise control which I am sure I had to unplug to get steering column out, but I can not remember plugging them all back together and also can not remember the colors of each of the wires. It was three years ago and so I have been without cruise control for that long. And suggestions? I have a 1995 v6 3.4 automatic camaro.
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