Question about 2011 Harley Davidson FLHTK Electra Glide Ultra Limited
Posted by Anonymous on
Hi Anonymous, and the usual suspects are:
1.Ignition/Light Key Switch not in IGNITION position.
2.Engine Stop switch in the OFF position.
3.Discharged battery, loose or corroded connections check negative cable at "BOTH" ends. (solenoid chatters).
4. Bank Angle Sensor tripped and Ignition/Light Key Switch not cycled to Off and then back to on.
5. Starter control circuit, relay or solenoid faulty.
6. Electric starter shaft pinion gear not engaging or over-running clutch slipping.
7. Security alarm not disarming
For a prime suspect please visit website below. Good luck and have nice day.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To begin with, I'd have that battery load tested to see if it's any good. I've seen brand new batteries that were bad. It it checks OK, check all the connections that go to the battery. Be especially attentive to the smaller wires that attach to it. I've seen battery acid eat the wire out of the insulation leaving the insulation intact and the wire appeared fine. If the wire bends too easily, be suspect. If the wires have the "crimp on" connectors, make sure they're tight. Your problem sounds like a bad connection somewhere.
Posted on May 20, 2011
SOURCE: I keep blowing fuses when
Do not put a bigger fuse in the slot. If you do, you'll just burn up your wiring harness. A fuse is there to protect the wires. The fuse does this by blowing if the maximum current capacity of the WIRE it's protecting is exceeded. If it's blowing the fuse ONLY when you press the start button, it's in that circuit somewhere. I'd pull the starter relay and try it again. The relay is on the backside of the oil tank. You'll have to take the seat off to get to it. If it blows a fuse then, the problem has to be in the wire that comes from the start button going to the relay. If it does not blow the fuse, buy an new relay and install that. If it starts blowing the fuse again, you'll have to look at the schematic and find out where the wires go and trace them out. If you aren't getting any voltage at the blue wire, pull the relay and do a continuity check from the end of the wire where it plugs onto the starter and the frame. Pull the wire off the terminal on the starter and test it. If you have continuity, you have a short somewhere in that wire. Contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send you a schematic. Remind me of what you need.
Posted on Jun 27, 2011
SOURCE: I have replaced starter clutch
never done one to be honest but from your description it sounds like the lever bar from the solonoid to the pinion is having a problem ,what exactly iam not sure but it does sound like your starter motor was a reconditioned unit so rather than sort this out yourself which is not difficult i would return the starter under warrenty .
Posted on Sep 04, 2011
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