Question about 2008 Harley Davidson FLHX Street Glide
Luckily, I have a 2008 Road King Classic (FLHRC) WITH a manual!
On the left handlebar switch housing there is a lever below the left turn signal button.
It should be flipped to the right for the cruise control to be on, left is off.
On the right switch housing, is a similar lever, below the right turn signal button.
When you're above the minimum speed (I do not know what this is, but 30 MPH is not fast enough for it to engage), push the lever to the right (towards the grip end). This will "SET" the speed.
If you hit the brakes, or accelerate above a certain rate, the cruise will kick off.
To get back to the set speed, when you're above the minimum speed, flip lever to the left to resume.
When the speed is set and engaged, to increase the set speed, flip right lever to the right, to slow, flip to the left.
Posted on Mar 31, 2013
You should have a cruise on and off switch on your dash unit, turn this on. a Red cruise indicator should come on on the tach or speedo. On the right hand set of controls you should have a set/resume rocker switch, Get the bike to the desired speed and push to the set, if you have done this correctly the small cruise indicator should come up Green on your tach or speedo. If you apply the brakes cruise will come off and the indicator will become red again. Get the bike up to speed and hit resume to return to desired speed.
To alter speed while underway, the set / resume button also double as the accelerate / coast button. if you wist to increase your cruise speed move the button to the ACC position until the desired speed is acheived, same for reducing cruising speed, hold to the coast position until desired speed is met then release button.
I don't believe the cruise will lock in if you are below 60kmph or 35mph, as it is meant for highway use.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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