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atvtinker
Posted 2015-09-28 9:24 PM (#175214)
Subject: Cruise control lash re-learn


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Grand Cane, LA
So did anyone find out what the procedure for the cruise control lash re-learn was for the newer Cross Country's? Tried the one I used to use for my old Vision but that didn't work. That just puts into diagnostic mode. Searched for it forum and can't seem to find a post other than the ones back in 2012 and that wasn't right.
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atvtinker
Posted 2016-07-29 11:41 PM (#186803 - in reply to #175214)
Subject: Re: Cruise control lash re-learn


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Posts: 466
Grand Cane, LA
Wow! Looks like it has almost been a year since I posted this question and no replies. Did anyone ever find out if there was a lash re-learn procedure for the Cross Bikes or is it strictly something I have to take the bike back to a dealer to get fixed? After having the bike for almost a year, the slack in the cruise control still bothers me with it wandering off 3 to 4 miles per hour while going through minor hills.
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atvtinker
Posted 2016-10-10 1:51 PM (#189335 - in reply to #175214)
Subject: RE: Cruise control lash re-learn


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Posts: 466
Grand Cane, LA
Since I couldn't find anyone who knew of a lash re-learn for the Cross Country's cruise control and apparently there in not one according to my dealer, I have come up with a hack that seems to work. Pretty simple and takes all of about five minutes to do. I took 2 lock washers that fit a #10-24 bolt and spread them open a little and placed them around the end of the cable and squeezed them back together. This took up about 90% of the cable slack at the throttle plate arm and seems to be working perfectly. I will try to post a picture of what it looks like and where to place them.



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