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I would Set the cc at 80 (for example), brake and then select Resume. Consistently, when the car resumed, it would do so at a higher speed (like 85 in this example.) It has been my experience with other cars that when one resumed, the car would resume to it's previously set speed. Is there something wrong with my CC?
 

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Our cruise control has both a single and 5mph bump setting in the switch. If you push hard, it has like a double click. I'm going to guess that's what's happening here? Maybe try not pushing up as hard?
 

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^^^^^^^ Agree with poster. Unless you are double clutching so to speak, it should resume previous speed. Mine does on a consistent basis. If you double clutch the resume , each press increases speed .
 

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yep. push hard enough and it registers as "double-click" and increment by 5mph
 

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Double click, like double dipping, can certainly screw things up. Yeah, that's what I must have been doing. Next time will have to "lightly" push the selector. Thanks guys.
 
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