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Looking for to suggestion on what to check for when I get home this evening, I notice that my CC wasn't working and the CC pwr indicator light is not lit, where can I find the pwr wire for that at I do not have a SVC manual??

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Looking for to suggestion on what to check for when I get home this evening, I notice that my CC wasn't working and the CC pwr indicator light is not lit, where can I find the pwr wire for that at I do not have a SVC manual??
Open the fairing and then follow the wiring from the cc switch into the fairing. There is a gray, square shaped connector that may have come apart. I just found this on my bike, last Friday. Hope itís something as simple as that for you, because trying to trace the wires, even with a schematic is a PITA.
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Open the fairing and then follow the wiring from the cc switch into the fairing. There is a gray, square shaped connector that may have come apart. I just found this on my bike, last Friday. Hope itís something as simple as that for you, because trying to trace the wires, even with a schematic is a PITA.
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Ok will do I was hoping I wouldn't have to take my fairing off.

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Ok the culprit turned out to be the 10A CB called TS/Horn, not sure why the Cruise Control is a part of that but it's working.
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Yeah that is weird for sure. My horn just stopped working so I checked the TS/Horn fuse and it is fine. Now I guess I should check all of them in case it is tied to some other system for some reason.

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Skin, well seeing that the turn-signals & horn are running of the same CB and your TS are still working I would check pwr at the horn do you have one of those WOLO/STEBEL air horn?

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Skin, well seeing that the turn-signals & horn are running of the same CB and your TS are still working I would check pwr at the horn do you have one of those WOLO/STEBEL air horn?
It is the standard horn. I haven't changed it. I need to find the time to troubleshoot it but I am always super busy.

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Ok the culprit turned out to be the 10A CB called TS/Horn, not sure why the Cruise Control is a part of that but it's working.
Iím sorry I didnít suggest that. Itís the first thing to eliminate as a cause, when the CC quits and you notice your horn and TS donít work.

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