Question about Harley Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic Motorcycles
I have hooked up all the wires according to their diagram but cannot get the speedometer or odometer to work.their gauge has spots for 12 wires to be hooked up this includes wires for tach,speedometer,turn signals,oil light,nuetral,high beam lights,power&ground.ihave a total of 17 wires coming out of my wire harness
Your spedometer should be hooked up via cable off the front wheel. not through wiring but use your volt meter to ensure the wire coloring didnt change in the makes of bikes
Posted on Apr 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have 2005 softail as
No, the TSM does not have this function in it. It controls nothing but the turn signals. Whoever wired the passing lights in used the wire for the high beam light as a power wire for the passing lights. This was probably done so that they would not overload the charging system. If you have the high beam light and the passing lights on, it's a tremendous draw on the charging system and it may have caused a fuse to blow. So, they probably wired the passing lights to operate without the high beam light. I think the wire is white for the high beam.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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Posted on Jul 24, 2010
SOURCE: On my Gauge Cluster my
I assume the headlight works for this answer. Let's separate the 2 issues to see where the the problem could be. First check the fuse box( under the seat or a side cover). Did you check the bulbs on the rear lights? If they are bad, replace them & recheck those. Being that the other gauge lights work, there are a few bulbs in the gauge assembly. You need to take apart the assembly part way to replace those. Those bulbs get used alot so them burning out is a possibility. If all that is ok, Check the wiring coming from the battery area for corossion & breakage,common on bikes.
Posted on Apr 30, 2011
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