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So I'm new here, please bear with me if these are stupid questions. I was checking the fuses and relays on my 2001 V92C (11k mi) because I've been having problems with it lurching/missing at around 1500 RPM on the highway in 5th gear. After I took off the right side cover for the fuses, I noticed a white 5-prong plug that isn;t plugged into anything. It's at the bottom left of the fuse/relay housing. Should this be plugged into something? I attached a picture so you can see it, thanks.
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Not sure what the plug is, but you are lugging the engine down to low in rpm's. keep the engine revved up and you should be ok.


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That's what I thought at first too. I've been reading how the Victory's like to ride at higher RPM but the manual says I should be shifting into 5th around 55-60mph and that puts me roughly at 1500 RPM. It seems like it idles too low also so I need to adjust that. I'm having a diagnostic run on it tomorrow because everything I've been reading has indicated it could anything from the speed sensor, TPS, fuel filter, air filter, dirty throttle body's, etc.

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That's the plug for the diagnostic lamp-it's also where you can jumper the pins (B & E) to reset the TPS. I believe its a Ford ranger trailer plug that fits it and you can make your own tool for setting/adjusting the TPS.

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Turns out the Tach was kaput so now that is working correctly, it's doing the lurching between 3500-4000rpm. I'm cleaning the throttle body this weekend and if that doesn't work, I'll pick up a new TPS and try that.

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what is this TPS that I keep seeing?
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I think I know this one. toilet paper system, no wait.... third person shooter? Noo... Throttle Position Sensor, yeah that's it.

I just wanted to say toilet paper

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White plug is for kickstand safety switch used in foreign countries.

After you clean throttle body put in new spark plugs. Auto store NGK p/n 5958 that should cross to CPR6EB=9

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