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Does anyone have the "Lash Learn Procedure" for a 2010 XC? It's been suggested that I do this for an intermittent problem I've been having with my cruise control. Thanx in advance
 

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It is the procedure to run thru if your cruise control is acting erratic. I got the directions on another web site. So my question has been answered.
 

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Here's the procedure for erratic cruise control operation. Given to me by a Victory Tech.

1-Press & hold the resume & on/off buttons on the cruise control switch.
2-Turn the ignition switch on.
3-While holding both buttons, start the engine.
4- After the engine starts, watch the cruise indicator lamp on the indicator display until it goes out.
5-When the cruise control lamp goes out, release both buttons at the same time.
6-Press & hold the resume . the cruise indicator lamp should illuminate.
7-Listen for a brief increase in engine RPM(very slight RPM increase)as the cruise control module performs the procedure.
8- Release the resume button when the RPM drops down to idle speed & turn off engine.

The procedure is used when replacing the cruise control cable. The procedure takes any slack or free play out of the cruise cable where it connects to the throttle body.

This is compliments of kevinx01, tech at Gainsville Victory, I believe.
 

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Thanks for the info. Do you think there's any chance of your Custom Dynamics plate frame causing the cruise control issues? I am wondering since I am thinking about putting it on my CR after I pick it up. Thanks.
 

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Here's the procedure for erratic cruise control operation. Given to me by a Victory Tech.

1-Press & hold the resume & on/off buttons on the cruise control switch.
2-Turn the ignition switch on.
3-While holding both buttons, start the engine.
4- After the engine starts, watch the cruise indicator lamp on the indicator display until it goes out.
5-When the cruise control lamp goes out, release both buttons at the same time.
6-Press & hold the resume . the cruise indicator lamp should illuminate.
7-Listen for a brief increase in engine RPM(very slight RPM increase)as the cruise control module performs the procedure.
8- Release the resume button when the RPM drops down to idle speed & turn off engine.

The procedure is used when replacing the cruise control cable. The procedure takes any slack or free play out of the cruise cable where it connects to the throttle body.

This is compliments of kevinx01, tech at Gainsville Victory, I believe.
Kevin is a member here and he knows his stuff.
 

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LOL...yeah he hasn't been around much lately but has chimed in the past 2 days. He is on a few different forums and I think he does a tech article on top of his job and family!! Busy man for sure!thumb up
 

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Here's the procedure for erratic cruise control operation. Given to me by a Victory Tech.

1-Press & hold the resume & on/off buttons on the cruise control switch.
2-Turn the ignition switch on.
3-While holding both buttons, start the engine.
4- After the engine starts, watch the cruise indicator lamp on the indicator display until it goes out.
5-When the cruise control lamp goes out, release both buttons at the same time.
6-Press & hold the resume . the cruise indicator lamp should illuminate.
7-Listen for a brief increase in engine RPM(very slight RPM increase)as the cruise control module performs the procedure.
8- Release the resume button when the RPM drops down to idle speed & turn off engine.

The procedure is used when replacing the cruise control cable. The procedure takes any slack or free play out of the cruise cable where it connects to the throttle body.

This is compliments of kevinx01, tech at Gainsville Victory, I believe.
Almost identical to a HD
This should take out the slag when setting the cc.
 

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I don't believe the Custom Dynamics plate frame has anything to do with it. It had done it once prior to that install. I tried the 'Lash Learn Procedure', but could not get the lamp to go out after holding the on/off & resume buttons. My dealer thinks it's an intermittent switch problem. Same as kevinx.
 

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My dealer thinks it's an intermittent switch problem. Same as kevinx.
Same as the other thread where you brought this up. At least you're narrowing it down. A problem is only a problem until it can no longer escape. ;)
 

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Kingpin Cruise control reset

I installed my Cruise Control on my 09 Kingpin Low and once in a while it works but seems I have to always reset it! Yesterday's ride it worked great..but today NO CC! I read that loosening up the push cable is what it takes. I tried that and it did work all day. But again...not today. Any ideas???? I'm frustrated! Do I have to reset it everytime I start the bike? Doesn't seem to me that I should have to do that.
Thanks for any help.
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I installed my Cruise Control on my 09 Kingpin Low and once in a while it works but seems I have to always reset it! Yesterday's ride it worked great..but today NO CC! I read that loosening up the push cable is what it takes. I tried that and it did work all day. But again...not today. Any ideas???? I'm frustrated! Do I have to reset it everytime I start the bike? Doesn't seem to me that I should have to do that.
Thanks for any help.
Sheezabiker
Was "today" colder than before? Maybe the cable is loosened almost as much as it should be, but the cold contracts the cable enough to cause the problem. Can you loosen it a bit more, or can you confirm it's not colder ambient temperature what causes it to stop working?
 

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I had a problem with mine after changing grips. I had the pull cable a smidgen too tight so it wasn't making full contact with the throttle all the way closed so it wouldn't set.

Sometimes it seems to not want to hold the speed once it's set so I pull in the clutch and and quickly go to the zero throttle position and back to the speed I was going and then reset it. Then it works. I'm pretty sure the issue with yours is with the throttle closed sensor.
 

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Was "today" colder than before? Maybe the cable is loosened almost as much as it should be, but the cold contracts the cable enough to cause the problem. Can you loosen it a bit more, or can you confirm it's not colder ambient temperature what causes it to stop working?

It's actually warmer today. I tried loosening the pull cable a bit. If that doesn't work I'll have Victory take a look. I hate going to the dealer tho for something I know I can do. $$$$
Thanks for the reply! Will post tomorrow as to results. Gonna ride early and avoid the St. Patricks Day Amatures!cheers
 

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Sorry i know this is an old thread but does this work if the cruise doesnt hold steady but surges? mine speeds up and slows down constantly. Or what else should i look into?

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Sorry i know this is an old thread but does this work if the cruise doesnt hold steady but surges? mine speeds up and slows down constantly. Or what else should i look into?

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Put more slack in your return cable its to tight
 

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