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Cruise control switch causes the indicator on the dash to activate but the set feature does not work nor does that dash light go on. I tested the connection block under the seat as the manual said and the test light showed all the switches working.

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My 1998 GW has a Motor trike kit on it. About 3 yrs ago the cruse stopped working. All switches have been replaced to include all the brake,clutch and handle bar switches. According to the test lights they all work.
Could my problem be in the vacuum hose system or the control modules?

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Did you check the fuse?

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