So I went to drive to my family in Central NJ today, and was excited to pour some fuel treatment in and set the Cruise Control at 70-75 and let it do it's magic. But I turned it on, the cluster light came on, but it would not maintain speed, no matter how many times I hit SET or any other button. I googled it and found a post here about checking the cable near the throttle body. In between courses I went out and checked the cable. It was still connected, but there was a TON of play in the cable. I could pull it and hear the cable moving and traced it to what I now know through googling is the CC module: I looked at it closer and found this broken line: which is hollow, so I'm assuming it's meant to hold either air/vaccum or fluid and is directly connected to the module shown above. So if that is a vacuum line, could this be why my CC is not working? Could it also explain the hissing noise coming from my brake booster occasionally? Is it a item able to be bought alone? I'm gonna go to my mechanic tomorrow, because this broke line is directly above a bolt that holds in the UCA, which was done in July, and I also recently had to re-attach and secure the heater core lines. Thanks.