What is a speed control solenoid do on 95 wrangler?

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Speed control is Chrysler's name for cruise control. The speed control relay on your Wrangler supplies power to the vacuum servo for the cruise control. This servo opens or closes the throttle plate in the throttle body based on commands from PCM when your cruise control is set.

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