Question about 2009 Harley Davidson VRSCF VRod Muscle
When i was replacing the battery on my 2009 V rod muscle i made sure i hooked up the positive side first. then as i started to hook up the negitive side my speedo lit up. and i was like what is the bike ignition switch on. i looked down and its in the off position. so now what
Posted by Anonymous on
I have cleaned the ground under the seat and the negitive battery and where the negitive batter hooks up to the stud on the Engine block. I have checked all fuses front right panel, and main fuse and rear fuse box under the seat ALL GOOD! Still i have the same problem so I guess i need to take of my Speedo and Discon and Reconnect.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the battery connections. Remove, clean and reinstall them. You probably had them off doing the wiring and they aren't making a good connection now. Always remove the negative first and install it last.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
The battery is there to supply starting power only and your bike should continue to run if it is started and you remove the positive terminal. You need to check your voltage regulator to make sure it is getting more than 14V to it while the motor is running. If you provide an email address, I can send you a pdf version of a service manual for a 2003 Heritage ( that is what I have) but the charging system should be pretty much the same. You can email me at email@example.com with your contact information. I assume you checked all the fuses first... If not.. check all the fuses first...
( use a continuity meter and not just by eye) Also: if you do want me to send you that information..make sure you put something related to that in the subject line of your e mail ..or I might think its spam..
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
I am afraid to make assumptions as to what else you have checked due to some negative feedback. Did you LOAD check the Battery? Did you check and clean your grounds? If you have done all of that the next logical problem is the solenoid, which can be rebuilt.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
I assume that the 09 is the same as my 07.Remove the single nut cap in middle of dash console.(1/2 inch wrench)The console will lift off and the ignition switch is held on with four(?) screws.Unplug connector,plug in new and reassemble.
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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