Question about Harley Davidson Motorcycles
This is a plug and play system. What can I do top get the control working again. The only change made after the audio installation was to change the wind shield. Any suggestion in fixing my problem for a 2009 HD FLHT
Hi Drop, take it back to the dealer and demand satisfaction politely and you want it fixed for free since you already paid big bucks for the practice repair. If they give you any static ask the store manager for the Motor Company's customer service phone number so you can ask them why your dealer won;t waranty their work in a timely manner. Good luck and have nice day.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove your "new" heated gear harness, test functionality of audio. When installing the heated gear run new power and ground wires. Unless installing HD items and directed to use existing circuit. Good troubleshooting practice, if it nolonger works undo what you did then move forward after it works again. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
I haven't worked on an '09 model but all the Softails I ever worked on had two tanks. To remove them, first remove the dash and any thing covering the "tank gap". There are three bolts on each tank half, two in the front of the tank and one at the rear. There is also two hoses that connect the two tanks to each other. One in front that is the fuel crossover. Make sure you drain as much fuel out of the tanks as possible before removing this line. Still there will be some gasoline spill out so don't be smoking while doing this job. The other hose is a vent hose at the top of the tanks under the dash. It just vents the left tank to the right one since the left tank gas cap does not have a vent built into it. If it did, gasoline would spill out when the tanks were full and you put the bike on the side stand. You may not have to remove both tanks to install your bars. I don't know where the handle bar wiring harness connects under the tanks.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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