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I can't say I've experienced either of these challenges, yet.
I have gotten the triangle, but it usually goes away.

sounds like a good reason to involve their tech support (bring it in to the shop.)
 

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I might note/ask if you have it on a stand?
When I was doing my stand based hypermile, I noticed that cruise did not work and the triangle was lit as well, as the front wheel needs to be moving in sync with the rear. So, while on the stand, it was pretty much only able to roll under power. I had to use a small bungie to keep the throttle open while testing.
 

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Was this successfully resolved? I recently upgraded my grips, and now my cruise control won't engage. It turns on (the orange light comes on when I press the toggle button in); but it doesn't set - the green light won't come on and it simply doesn't work. I have no corresponding warning lights/symbols/alerts.
 

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It sure would be helpful if instead of the caution triangle in the corner of the display they could supply error codes with an online reference. I’ve had the triangle appear occasionally and disappear if I cycled the power switch on/off once or twice. Yesterday when I turned the bike on I got a “contact dealer” message which may have been a first for me. I cycled the on/off switch once with no change, twice no change, third time was a charm! If my Cub Cadet electric zero turn can give alpha numeric error codes I suspect that HD could do better than a triangle in the corner of the display. The better question might be is if the caution indicator disappears after an on/off cycle maybe the software could do a better job of not displaying false alarms.
 
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