Question about 2009 Harley Davidson FLTR Road Glide
Im not over farmiliar with your bike but most bikes they are under the seat / tank aeria if it works at all it shuld make a cliking noise when the indicators are switched on
what lights are not working ? is it just the indicators or is it the back light and brake light as well ?
if its all then its proberbly a problem with the earth / negitive many bikes rely on 1 wire split in to 3 at the rear of the bike 2 for indicators 1 for the back light
Posted on Nov 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1993 XLH turn signal issue
How about looking at ALL of the fuses? A blown fuse can create lots of "back circuits" which will confuse you when trying to diagnose an electrical problem.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
Turn signals are contolled by a module. I'm not thoroughly familiar with you '06 model but think the module is under the fuel tank. What concerns me is the headlight dropping out. The latest schematic I have is a 99 model and the only thing that will cause that is the main circuit breaker. If this is what is causing it, you'll hear a slight "Plink" when it trips. After a few minutes, it will reset itself and the light should come back on. If all this is happening, and you've had the rear fender off for any reason, you may have a pinced wire going to the rear turn signals. this will cause a short preventing voltage from getting to your running lights while causing to high a current draw tripping the main circuit breaker. Check your rear fender area for shorted wires
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
SOURCE: Turn signals, horn and brake
Not sure of the year of your bike, but if you have an aftermarket alarm system, it is related to the alarm system itself or a bad relay in the circuit.
Posted on Nov 28, 2010
Not having the front turn lamps installed and connected is the problem. This system is very sensitive to the total load that is on the unit when activated. Even on the older systems with the standard "flasher", if one bulb was out, that side would light up but not flash. The system on your bike is a much more complicated system as it uses a Turn Signal Cancelling Unit. Contact me directly and I'll send you a trouble shooting guide for the system. firstname.lastname@example.org I'll send it in jpg format.
Posted on Aug 02, 2011
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