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post #1 of 10 Old 01-10-2017, 10:52 PM Thread Starter
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CCS-100 cruise control doesn't work.

Just installed Audiovox CCS-100 Cruise Control on my 2012 DL1000. It will not engage. I checked the voltages and all check good except for the TACH voltage. The red lite in the Control Unit does not flash and the voltage is 12.1 vac and it does not change when changing engine RPM.

I have rechecked the wiring - routing, connections, and continuity - all good. The Blue TACH wire is correctly connected to the Brown/Black wire in the connector under the left fairing. Is there another place to pick up the TACH signal? I've seen reference to connecting it to the ignition coil negative lead. If so which coil front or rear? or it this a bad idea?

Any suggestions are welcomed. The weather in my area is supposed to be Spring-like for about the next ten days. Would really like to get this working and go riding.

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The tach wire feeds a pulse. You can't just use a voltmeter to check it. The typical problems with a CCS installation include lack of vacuum and aftermarket brake light equipment like LED lights.
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Yea, I read all that Greywolf, and it all checks good. I also read that you can check the AC voltage on the TACH wire and it should vary when reving the engine. I am way passed the basic checks you posted.

All that said, THANKS for replying, I appreciate your knowledge and interest.

I kept researching and reading, and found additional info on the switch settings. Moved switch #7 to ECM and now have my RED flashing LED and it flashes faster when reving the engine. The voltage things did not change.

Now I get to put everything back together and go for another test ride...

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If you still have trouble, probably the best compilation of ideas on the subject are the threads at Gearview-Cruise Control-Video

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That's a good tip to check the tach pulse wire with the AC setting on a meter. I think the only check I've seen before needed an oscilloscope.

Dip switch settings that worked for me were........

SW1 ON A combination of switch #1 and #2 sets your PPM (Pulse Per Mile)
SW2 ON set to 8000
SW3 ON Speed Signal, set to VSS & TACH
SW4 ON A combination of switch #4 and #5 sets the vehicle power and
SW5 OFF weight,set to LOW Light vehicle with relative highhorse power
SW6 OFF Control Switch, set to OPEN (the dash mounted control is an OPEN circuit)
SW7 OFF Tach Source Select, set to ECM

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I've been thinking of getting a cruise control

I know they take space under the tank, will an external fuel filter mod interfere with a CS100 or Rostra ?

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External fuel filter mod shouldn't interfere with an electronic cruise control installation. Most of the Cruise stuff is on the right side of the throttle plates, fuel filter is mostly on the left side.

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The only thing that goes under the tank is the actuating cable to the throttle mechanism and some electrical wiring, plus some vacuum hose on the CCS100. I can't imagine an external filter would be a deal breaker.

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thanks, wasn't sure cause that external filter takes a lot of space and if anything had to go on the left side it likely wouldn't work

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If you get a mini fuel filter from this crowd it is a win win. Goodo for fuel injection, small and can be cleaned if required. Go here.10 Micron, KTM & Billet Fuel Filters in California | Golan Products. no affiliate just a happy customer. I have fitted 2 and had brilliant results.

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