Question about 2007 Harley Davidson FXSTB Softail Night Train
Trying to find a way around this unit having to be towed in.
Never heard of a self programing speedo unit. Obviously not an HD unit. I can point you in the direction of www.harleytechtalk.org. free to join ask any question you want and you will be answered. This is the best HD site in the world. If you like it, maybe you might consider donating to keep the site going. It's a sponor free site so it runs on donations only from members.
Posted on Jan 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bike 2002 dyna wideglide speeo
First of all electrical problems on these bikes are hard to diagnose, especially on the computer. I assume you checked all your fuses and wires for any obvious shorts or blown fuses. Sounds like a wire might have melted in the heat and shorted out.Check the wiring from your ECM to the speedo under the gas tank and around the motor to make sure nothing shorted out.
Then if nothing found there is the Speed sensor located on top of the transmission. Remove, clean all debris off of it and reinstall. If that doesn't correct the issue, the sensor may need to be replaced.
Posted on Jan 26, 2011
SOURCE: 2000 Roadking my speedo works
The problem is with the speedo. The speedo has a "lean switch" that works in conjunction with the turn signal canceller. If the bike does not detect a "lean", the TSC will not cancel the turn signals Resolve the speedo problem and the turn signal problem will go away. As for what's causing the speedo problem, I have no idea other than maybe a loose connection. I've read a LOT of problems with the speedo not working on this forum but since I don't work the bikes built in 2000 and later, I'm afraid I have no experience with the problem and therefore cannot offer any advice.
Posted on Jul 17, 2011
yes, if you push the new axle in while pulling the old axle out the other side, you can take the old axle completely out and install the backing plate for the axle cover on that side. Then, reverse the procedure and do the other side. But, it's not really necessary to do all this and purchase another axle. If you simply lift the bike until the weight is off the rear tire but it's still on the ground, usually the rear wheel won't go anywhere. You're still going to have to loosen the tension on the rear drive belt though.
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
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