Question about 2003 Harley Davidson FLSTC Heritage Classic
All fuses I know of are o.k.-bike will fire on starter fluid. Trouble started with a dead battery, but when I recharged, a series of flashes appeared on the panel light-happened only once. Did I accidentally activate some sort of anti-theft circuitry?
They do have the scanalyzer and it also has the ability of resetting your ECM back to operating condition. By default there is a tamper device in the ignition that will disable the bike. To my knowledge you must take it to a dealer to have the computer reset. The reason being is if you could DIY then there would be no reason to have the anti - theft device. Sorry for the bad news but you are right on target with whaat is wrong. Now for a work around in the meantime, perhaps you can buy a electric fuel pump and hard wire it from your battery, bypass the factory electronic one and use the new one until you can get the bike to the shop for the quick fix. It only takes them a few minutes to fix it. I would take your registration and proof of ownership because they are mandated by law to verify you are the owner. At least where I live they must do it.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check your relay for the fuel pump, make sure you are getting power to fuel pump connector (outside of tank). Check for fuel flow when pump is on, ( remove tank to fuel rail line from intake side)be carefull this results in a good fuel stream that may go everywhere. Oh yeah and no smoking. Hope this heps as it sounds like the pump is not getting poweror you have a blockage somewhere.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
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