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Old 07-14-2019, 05:35 AM
Mike-81
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Krag,here's the diagnostic procedure from Harley on how to check Your Cruise Control System,
Not sure if it pertains to a 1997 Harley but worth a try.
Best of Luck.
Mike

1. Hold cruise switch in the "set" position.
2. Turn the cruise "on"
3. Turn the main power switch on, ( Do Not Start ) the cruise light should initially come on then turn green, release the cruise switch the light will turn amber.
4. Push the cruise switch to "resume" the light should turn green, release the switch, the light should turn amber.
5. Roll the throttle "off", make sure you roll it off to activate the cutoff switch for the cruise, the light should turn green, release the throttle the light should turn amber.
6. Apply the front brake, the light should turn green, release it, the light should turn amber.
7. Apply the back brake, the light should turn green, hold the brake until the light turns amber, release the brake now, you should hear the cruise motor adjusting itself (taking up the slack).

*What you have done is test each of the "switches" that are in the Cruise Control System.
If, during any of the tests, the light does not turn green, then that part is at fault.
 
 


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