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Introduction; Warnings, Cautions And Notes; Tools Required; Parts List - Honda Goldwing GL1200 Installation Manual

Electronic cruise control.
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INTRODUCTION

Congratulations, you have purchased one of the most advanced cruise control systems in the world - and the
first after-market electronic cruise control kit adapted to motorcycles. Your new cruise control has more
operating features than many units costing much more. All functions are microprocessor controlled, which
reduces the complexity of installation.
Before installing your cruise control, take the time to read and understand each installation step in this manual.
Several steps are dependent on others, so it is important know where and how each component is to be mounted
before installation commences.
Your kit has been designed for a specific motorcycle. Even if you have installed kits before, take note of where
and how components should be installed - particularly the wiring harness layout and connections.
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WARNINGS, CAUTIONS and NOTES

This manual contains several cautions, warnings and notes, which are prominently displayed. The convention
used is:
A warning applies whenever injury could result from ignoring the warning;
A caution applies whenever damage to the bike or cruise control could result from ignoring the caution;
and
A note applies where other aspects should be considered before any action to do with installation is
undertaken.
EXAMPLES:
WARNING:
CAUTION:
NOTE:
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TOOLS REQUIRED

• Standard metric socket and spanner set ;
• Phillip's head screwdriver;
• Flat blade screwdriver;
• Long nose pliers;
• Metric Allen key set – preferably with a 'ball end';
• Loctite 243 or 222;
• Flat file & a vice with soft jaws or a rag, or a grinder or sandpaper.
4.

PARTS LIST

Check that all components depicted in the parts list at the rear of this manual are included in the cruise
control kit. Please phone your dealer or (03) 9808 2804 within Australia, international (61 3) 9808 2804
or fax (61 3) 9808 2445 for advice, if any parts are missing;
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Always ensure the bike is properly supported on the side or centre stand and cannot
accidentally fall off either stand.
Before drilling any holes, make sure there are no components that may be damaged
on the other side of the surface being drilled. Double check for any wiring harness
which might be easily damaged by a drill bit.
Lay the wiring harness in place and connect the components before cable tying the
harness in place.
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