Need your help. A week ago I brought home a new Chevy Spark. On my first highway trip I attempted to use the cruise control for the first time. I quickly discovered that it would not turn on. As we all know the first step in finding a solution for an electrical problem is to check the fuse first. Looking in the owners manual for the fuse panel chart. I could find nothing about (location & size) in it. The written description of how to operate the cruise control describes a steering wheel mounted control panel. My car cruise control are on a left side of the steering wheel column and a thumb wheel toward the bottom left side of the dash. That’s not the only discrepancy either. I suspect someone put the wrong owners manual in the car after manufacture. I stopped at the dealership to ask them where the fuse was located. Four service techs got involved in my question. It’s bizarre that not one of them knew where the cruise fuse was located and could find it. I finally was told that I would have to bring the car back and leave it for the day for them to find. In my mind that raises the question of did anybody at GM train these guys, and how could it be that GM did not bother to document the cruise system in the manual and on their factory service information on the dealers computers.
Do you have any experience and knowledge of the Spark, related to the Cruise system that you can share? Do you know where I can get a complete and accurate fuse replacement chart for future use? Thanks in advance.