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    confused Spring or Switch 2.0 T clutch

    Hi All , Cruise control on my car ( 05 2.0 T ) is not working , I get no indication light on the dash even when I first turn on the ignition and hence will not work whilst driving. Also the engine overrevs when I change gear at highish revs . Have tried lifting both brake and clutch pedals but still no go. Am I right in thinking a defective switch on the clutch pedal could cause both theese faults? and if so does anyone have any experience in changing one??

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    if it gets a dtc for the cluch switch it wont work untill cleared. could be the switch but does the pedal go all the way up? has it the extra spring on the clutch pedal? the switch can be ajusted by pulling the centre out a bit

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    The pedal goes all the way up , I tried to lift but had no slack to take up , I have not had a look at the spring yet as it is dark and Pi**ing it down outside! Do you know if the switch could cause the other problem with the gear change , I have a feeling it has some control over engine revs on gear change.

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    yes think it does, wouldnt of thought its the spring if it goes to the top

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    Could also be brake pedal not reseating properly. Cleaned under mine and works fine now

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