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Pepe

Just bought the bike in early December (can't ride here at that time of year).  All looked good when made the deal.  Picked it up mid-April.  The "cruise on" light is constantly illuminated on the dash.  The dealer advised that they could not get it to go off.  Cruise works but having that light on bothers me a lot.  Scary you know.  Any help here would be great.  (newbie member)

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jobe05

Get some electrical contact cleaner and spray the switch, while "working it", pushing it on and off.  Use a little air from your compressor if you have one to blow the cleaner in around the switch.  These bikes are known for stuck or sticky switches.  Contact cleaner is used on my handlebar switches (and console switches) about once a month during riding season.

 I get a big can of CSC cleaner at Autozone for just a couple dollars and that will last me about a year.

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Monkeytrucker

Especially the hazard lights button on our 1800. 

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