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I am parolized and I still ride with my boyfriend but we are looking for a suction seat with a liittle bit of a backrest or a seat together with a backrest that will look good on his bike because we don't want to drill in the finder he has a ultra classic groundpounder chopper
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
As per what Sev first said.... check all nuts and bolts. Not just the seat/sissy bar mounts, all the engine mounts, swingarm pivots, wheels, calipers, covers, bars, pegs, clamps.... everything. But most obviously the engine mounts, a loose or busted engine mount can make all sorts of odd things vibrate. While you're checking them out, make sure that any mounting plates or braces are not cracked, and that the bolts haven't stretched and are being torqued against their own threads, instead of the mounting hardware.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
You don't have that on a 2002. Do you have a power commander on it? Sounds typical of the older style power commander ( IIIr ) one thing to pay attention to is does it do it under load? If it's not showing any historic codes and the bike rides fine, and you have a power commander 3r I wouldn't worry. It's normal. The older power commander lies to the ecm. Sometimes it gets confused and kind of glitches ( that's where the light comes from ) but if it has running issues to I would take it to a shop to find out what the codes are and go from there.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
SOURCE: 2003 Ultra Classic shuts down
This problem has affected may of us. The problem could be the ignition switch. I have changed 3 on my bike and have had 2 other friends that have 2004 FLHTCU And 2004 FLTC that have had to do the same. Ae there any other symtoms? Do your Lights stay on or quit what esle is affected?
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
Sounds like your charging system is not charging the battery.
Put a volt meter on the battery, run the engine up to maybe 2,000 RPM. The voltage must be at least 13.8V, but not more than 14.5.
If that is all OK, your battery is worn out, and is not holding sufficient reserve. It would need to be replaced.
Posted on Jun 23, 2010
Testimonial: "waiting on dealer to get back to me...voltage meter on bike reading between 14-16"
When you're saying "everything stops", do you mean everything electrical stops? If that's the case and it restarts in about two minutes, it sounds like something is tripping your main circuit breaker. I do not have a schematic for your bike but it has to be something that is not protected by the smaller fuses. If it were, the fuse would blow before the main tripped out. The main circuit breaker should be located right there with your other fuses. It'll be a metal can like device about a half inch wide, a half inch tall, and about an inch long. It should be 30-40 amps rated. Whatever the rating is, do not change it as it's designed to protect your wiring harness. It may have just gotten weak and needs to be replaced but this is rare. Have you added anything electrical lately? This could be just enough to "trip it over the edge".
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
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