Set Speed Control

During cruise control driving, the ECU compares the set speed memorized in the ECU with the actual vehicle speed input into TERMINAL 12 of the cruise control ECU from the combination meter, and controls the cruise control actuator to maintain the set speed.

When the actual speed is lower than the set speed, the ECU causes the current to the cruise control actuator to flow from TERMINAL 15 of the cruise control ECU to TERMINAL 1 of the cruise control actuator to TERMINAL 2 to TERMINAL 7 of the cruise control ECU. As a result, the motor in the cruise control actuator is rotated to open the throttle valve and the throttle cable is pulled to increase the vehicle speed. When the actual driving speed is higher than the set speed, the current to the cruise control actuator flows from TERMINAL 7 of the ECU to TERMINAL 2 of the cruise control actuator to TERMINAL 1 to TERMINAL 15 of the cruise control ECU.

This causes the motor in the cruise control actuator to rotate to close the throttle valve and return the throttle cable to decrease the vehicle speed.

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