Originally Posted by Crilly
If you mount it on the front wheel and the rear looses traction the cruise will open the throttle and spin the wheel real fast. If mounted to the rear it will just try to keep the wheel at the same speed.
Do you have experience with this? I mean, I realize it sounds like that's what would happen.
Cruise control authority has a Rate Of Change limit, and other conditional tests built into its control loop that prevent such operation.
I see that you used an aftermarket sensor and that it works well for you. That's a good solution, especially if the factory-equipped wheel speed sensor can't be sorted.