07 FLHTCU Cruise Question
I recently installed Yaffe monkey bars with internal wiring.
After final assembly I checked operation of all the handlebar switches.
I checked the cruise with the diagnostic procedure (hold cruise set button to right, turn on ignition, check that each switch turns the orange cruise light green). All switched functioned properly IF they were tested in a specific sequence:
Throttle Roll Off switch,
Front/Rear Brake switch.
I have checked the roll off switch and brake switch with an ohm meter and they function properly.
I have the bike on a lift. I started the bike, shifted into 5th gear and ran the speedometer up to 40mph, then applied the cruise. The light turned green, cruise engages for a second, then disengages, and the light turns orange. All other switches on the handlebars operate properly.
I'm in Michigan and cant actually road test this issue. I would like to make sure the cruise is working before riding season gets here.
I said all that to ask this:
Does the cruise test procedure need to be done in this specific order to verify proper operation of the switches?
Should the cruise engage when the bike is on a stand? Is there another sensor or parameter that must be met that I am not thinking of?
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