My 02 LT cruise works sometimes and not. Hit a bump, and it disengages. What are the usual suspects for this problem?
This I tried, and to no avail. It also does not engage all the time.Chockkicker said:I had same problem, it was front brake handle switch needed adjusting, try riding it with opposite force on the clutch handle, front brake handle and foot brake, this should help isolate the switch.
Steve - take a look at this by Joel.OU812 said:Is the "Hall of Wisdom" the archived treads? I saw a few in there about steps. Just can't find the one with the steps laid out.
No I never dropped it, but the previous owner had(not moving). It only had 1200 miles on it, but I can see with all the switches, any one or more could be causing it.
Well, I went through the diagnostic check, and got as far as twisting the throttle back. No light up. It does not tell you what to do at any point, when the test fails. And that is when mine did. I checked the cable adjustment accoring to my Clymer's, and still no positive light up on the full throttle twist to stop (with the motor off).Dick said: