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2009 ultra classic engine light staying on and cruise light flashing

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SOURCE: I have a 2007 Electra glide Ultra Classic. The cruise will not e

You may need a new ECM module .

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I believe the turn sigs, speedo and cruise are all controlled in part at least by a module under the fairing. It may need replacement or it could just be a loose wire. Sounds more like a loose wire plug or bundle, if intermittent.

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SOURCE: i have a 2005 ultra classic. when i started it

sounds like you have lost all the oil presher,,,first check if it has oil in it? if it has dont run the engine till you have given it a realy good looking at,,this engine wont live very long without oil presher
it could be some thing simpel like a sheared off drive pin on the oil pump

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You say there is power at the fuse. ok . You need to also check now if there is power to the headlight and spotlights, if yes, then it is possible your globes have blown. If no power to the back of the lights, then the problem exists in your lighting switches.

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The engine oil drain plug is on the left front corner of the oil pan on the bottom of the transmission.

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