Question about Harley Davidson XLH Sportster 883 Hugger Motorcycles
I cant put the right circuit breaker amp in the right wires??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my 1993 1200 sportster did
If you've got circuit breakers tripping, you've still got a short somewhere. Pay particular attention to either of the handlebar switch housings. There are quite a number of wires running to each side and any one can easily be pinched and cause a short. I'd focus on the right side with the "Run-Stop" switch in it.
Posted on Aug 23, 2011
Look for a bad connection between the battery and the starter solenoid, or between the battery and earth ( The bike frame) HD,s are prone to power drops where the connections are loose or dirty. another possibility , is that the starter motor itself has jammed up. To test this, get a decent fully charged 12v battery and a set of jumper leads. Disconnect the bikes original battery. With the jumper leads, place the black (neutral) wire onto the body of the starter motor. Locate the main power feed to the starter solenoid, its usually on the top of the starter motor and has a round rubber insulator covering it. Make sure the bike is not in gear. Better still, get someone to sit on it with the brakes on. CAREFULLY touch the starter solenoid terminal with the active battery lead, With the Red, (active) jumper lead. The starter , if its OK, should spin the engine over. If it does, you will know the starter is Ok and the problem is on your bike.. wiring , battery etc. If it doesnt turn over or the leads get hot, the starter is faulty and will require stripping out and servicing.. Good luck.
Posted on Oct 07, 2011
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