Poor connections on your PCV will do that. Mine did twice. The second time I used dielectric grease and it's not happened since.
Thanks for the info. This has been a long problem (working or not....couldn't figure out why). I'll give it a shot.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.
Sorry I didn't see your return question. But my cruise control would turn on but it wouldn't set half the time. Then it became worse and worse. What I did to cure it was to tighten the cables. I adjusted the wires underneath the throttle. I also use two different sequence to reset it. One was found on this website and then the other one was found on YouTube with a guy who's popular and shows you how to do things from his garage. Can't remember his name right off in. So far I'm curedWhat are you trying to cure?