Question about 2003 Harley Davidson FLHRCI Road King Classic
No fuel is going thru the injector to the rear cylinder, bike has been sitting for 2 years. i drained the tank, put new gas in with injector cleaner. cranked the bike , but the rear cylinder is just not hitting. it tries to but its still skipping.put new plugs in also. i'm almost sure the injector is not working properly.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the gas line before the fuel injection and let it drain. Make sure that your gas valve is opened though so that it will flow. You can also do it from the gas selector it will drain that way also. If this helped please rate. Thank you
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
You have a couple of electrical checks you can do first. Yes this will be somewhat painful. The other item is if you go through these troubleshooting steps you won't be happy if your fuel pumps DOA.
First replace your fuse, I know it may look good, but replace it anyway. Next check your relays, then under your speedo console there is a connector on the tank. If this connector has been unplugged it is very easy to bend the pins inside, check for that. Check for power to the pins. If you have power and still no working pump, then it is an entirely different task and somewhat costly.
A bad fuel pump is not a real fun replacement sometimes it is however not a bad idea to replace the whole ball of wax which can run you about $400 for parts at retail. If you conclude your pump is bad just post with your year and model. Hope this helps,
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
Did you add gas additive and run motor prior to storage? If not Gum in carb could be the problem.If it won't kick over it's either gas or spark.Make sure the battery is fully charged,I have used starting fluid to start hard to start bikes with good results.Use Caution Read Directions.Good Luck
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
Testimonial: "awesome thanx but still no luck find i have no spark at plug"
Yes your injectors could be sticking. The last owner may have had the PCM in the computer reprogrammed for more power (IE more fuel) and failed to do any of the other associate modifications (pipes, air filter). This will cause it to run rich, but I doubt it would flood it out. You can take the injectors out and put them in an ultrasonic bath for 30 minutes or so and this will clean them out really good. A jeweler will do this for you sometimes. Or you can purchase your own ultrasonic cleaner for around $60.00. I would start there. If your fuel system has a schrader valve somewhere on it you can attach a fuel pressure guage to it. Start the bike and then turn it off, the fuel systenm should maintain pressure, if the pressure goes down rapidly you have an injector that is sticking open.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
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