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Cruise Control Module Part #
« on: June 16, 2008, 02:11:47 PM »

I'm just about to replace me dud cruise control module.  Part number on the one on the bike is 70955-04 but I see the one the dealer has supplied is 70989-04, so before I change them, can anyone tell me if the replacement part number is good for a CUSE2?

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Re: Cruise Control Module Part #
« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2008, 03:05:18 PM »

I'm just about to replace me dud cruise control module.  Part number on the one on the bike is 70955-04 but I see the one the dealer has supplied is 70989-04, so before I change them, can anyone tell me if the replacement part number is good for a CUSE2?

Jim
Jim, I ran these p/n thru the Zanotti's parts lookup and the first, 70955-04, would not come up - 'no item found.'

The second, 70989-04, did list as cruise control module, $237.55.  So maybe the moco changed the p/n.  Had this happen on the stock spark plugs recently - just new p/n, no 'A' suffix, etc.
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Re: Cruise Control Module Part #
« Reply #2 on: June 16, 2008, 03:21:46 PM »

Jim, I ran these p/n thru the Zanotti's parts lookup and the first, 70955-04, would not come up - 'no item found.'

The second, 70989-04, did list as cruise control module, $237.55.  So maybe the moco changed the p/n.  Had this happen on the stock spark plugs recently - just new p/n, no 'A' suffix, etc.

Cheers - John at Zanotti confirmed by email that it's correct.  :)
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