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VOYAGER 1700 FUSE BOX

Wild Rice
04-20-2014, 11:30 PM
OK.. I feel like a jerk, but how do you OPEN the fuse box on a 2011 VOYAGER 1700? And My Cruise Control will turn on.. but can't set the speed. I'm hoping it's a fuse. Thanks

GREENISBEST
04-21-2014, 03:57 PM
The fuse box cover is secured with a clip at one end which can be poped with your fingers.
5 Amp for the cruise control.

A Clip
B Fuse Box

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Wild Rice
04-21-2014, 11:45 PM
Kev, Thanks so much. I saw the clip but because it didn't immediately open the case when I applied pressure, I didn't want to 'break' anything. I'll try again tomorrow.. with a little more 'force'. Love this forum and the good information that is always on here. thanks again.

Delna
04-22-2014, 11:17 AM
OK.. I feel like a jerk, but how do you OPEN the fuse box on a 2011 VOYAGER 1700? And My Cruise Control will turn on.. but can't set the speed. I'm hoping it's a fuse. Thanks

Have you checked the cruise control sensors? If you can turn it on but it won't engage there may be an open sensor that needs to be cleaned. See the the link below for more info.

2010 Voyager Cruise Ctrl. Diagnostic Codes. HELP - Kawasaki Vulcan Forum : Vulcan Forums (http://www.vulcanforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=17347)

Hope this takes care of your issue.

ketro0713
04-25-2014, 05:16 PM
I have a 2010 Voyager ABS, and I had the same problem with mind. Checked all the sensor points, and found that the one on the rear foot brake had some road grime on it, and was preventing it from letting the pin go all the way back in. So I got some electric contact cleaner and sprayed it real good, then worked the brake pedal back and forth until it worked every time, therefore allowing the cruise to set and hold. Most times that's where your problem will be, because the front wheel will sling road grime on it and jam it to where it won't disengage. Then the cruise can't set and hold.

GREENISBEST
04-25-2014, 05:37 PM
I have a 2010 Voyager ABS, and I had the same problem with mind. Checked all the sensor points, and found that the one on the rear foot brake had some road grime on it, and was preventing it from letting the pin go all the way back in. So I got some electric contact cleaner and sprayed it real good, then worked the brake pedal back and forth until it worked every time, therefore allowing the cruise to set and hold. Most times that's where your problem will be, because the front wheel will sling road grime on it and jam it to where it won't disengage. Then the cruise can't set and hold.

Good to know :)

CabezaCoco
09-25-2014, 12:25 AM
Have you checked the cruise control sensors? If you can turn it on but it won't engage there may be an open sensor that needs to be cleaned. See the the link below for more info.

2010 Voyager Cruise Ctrl. Diagnostic Codes. HELP - Kawasaki Vulcan Forum : Vulcan Forums (http://www.vulcanforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=17347)

Hope this takes care of your issue.

When I purchased the bike - new - my cruise did the same thing. Took it in for its break-in maintenance and they found the brake wasn't set correctly. While it didn't affect the braking, the cruise sensed it as "brake-on" so it wouldn't engage.

KawRydr11
11-03-2018, 06:14 AM
The auxillary lights on my 2011 Vulcan Voyager will not work. Both stopped at the same time which makes me think it may be a fuse. Which fuse operates the auxillary lights?

rbentnail
11-03-2018, 01:25 PM
The auxillary lights on my 2011 Vulcan Voyager will not work. Both stopped at the same time which makes me think it may be a fuse. Which fuse operates the auxillary lights?
Is that not listed in your owner's manual?