Question about 2006 Harley Davidson FXDLI Dyna Low Rider
Is the Throttle Lock (THUMBSCREW at the bottom of the throttle housing, in between the two cables) turned all the way clockwise? TURN THE THUMBSCREW COUNTER-CLOCKWISE to release the lock. Be careful - do not to turn counter clockwise enough to were the thumbscrew comes out of the housing. The thumbscrew is held in the housing via a c-clip. If the thumbscrew was turned counter-clockwise too far, and the c-clip came out of the grove on thumbscrew, it is possible that the c-clip and 'shoe' , which are located inside the throttle housing ( aka Control Housing) have jammed the throttle boss, not allowing it to rotate freely. If that is the case, the Throttle/Control Housing needs to be opened and you have to take a look inside. Other than that, check to make sure that there is no obstruction at any of the moving parts of the Carb, especially where the throttle cables connect to it.
If the problem still exists after you've verified that the cables move freely, notify me and I'll go further into it with you.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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