Question about 2007 Harley Davidson FLHX Street Glide
Installed ape hangers. extended the wiring and cables.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Iwant to install a set
Nobody sells a kit specifically for this job but the parts are available. Custom Chrome sells the wiring extension kits. Barnett offers or will make us a set of cables for you but you must tell them the length of the cables. Once you figure out how long the cables need to be, you may find that they've already got them available. I usually put the bars on and then use stiff wire to "fabricate" a cable. Once you get the wire run like you want it, take off and measure it. This is the cable length you need. You can go to Barrnett's website and they've got a page that tells you how to measure the cable from the total length that you got using the wire.
Posted on Apr 26, 2011
SOURCE: Installing ape hangers and I
Well, you didn't say what year model bike you're working on but if the bike has the early connectors, you need a pair of special tools to "unpin" the plugs. If your bike is later than 1996, I think, it probably has Bosch type connectors. These things come apart but it's like one of those Chinese puzzles to me. I have gotten them apart but I have to figure each different one out. The service manual tells you how to get them apart. May be a site online that will tell you.
Posted on May 28, 2011
SOURCE: I took the apes off
Hello desertchop, i have done this before with the same results...I had two stereo amps mounted inside the fairing to deal with and birdsnest of wires from hell. Needless to say it's very aggravating....The dangling should of not hurt the lights, but before you backtrack, run a hotwire to see if they will power on, if they wont the solder might of pulled loose. I found that i had pinched a couple of wires and a one of the wiring harness connectors wasn't all the way in when i went back over everything...When the abs light flashes the brakes convert back to regular brakes, you have wire that has come off somewhere...check the harness...follow the abs line and you will find it. Take a zip tie and tie it together. Hope this helps & good luck with your glide.
Posted on Jul 15, 2011
I don't know a lot about the later model bikes since I specialize in repairing the older bikes but I guess you damaged your front brake light switch in the right side handlebar switch housing. The switch sticks out of the side of the housing that faces the front MC. That's my best guess.
Posted on Jul 15, 2011
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