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Handlebar Changed handlebars and now i have no power from the ignition switch. I have power going into the ignition but no power coming out. any thoughts?

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Hi James, check your fuses and circuit breakers, then check your ignition switch for continuity, replace if necessary, for a free wiring diagram please visit the website below and good luck. Harley Davidson Wiring Diagrams and Schematics

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i agree, higher handlebars will keep you relaxed on a long ride, depending on the terrain and the riding style.

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SOURCE: Harley Davidson Ultra classic handlebar replacement

1.cover the tank with towls beachtowls 2.remove switches,unbolt both ,clutch and front brake from bars,leftside grip pry under it with a flat crewdriver and spray under it with hairspray and turn on it to make it come off, right side loosen the bars and move them so when you loosen the rightside it can come right off.unbolt the bars from center of the bars

Posted on Mar 27, 2009

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SOURCE: loose handlebars

Easy 1 min job but an hr taking chrome off. Here is the readers digest version. Start with the headlight off first screw under light on chrome trim. then pry it off. unfasten the screws holding light on about 7 screws, then unplug light. their is a chrome piece on the top of light chrome has a nut holding it on take nut off then lift that piece off. pop the piece of plastic off the key hole it prys off two screws under it remove them. that piece of chrom has a screw in it in front of handlebars you uncovered it when you took that chrome cover piece off. JUST loosen it. Now im sure you took off your windshield before you started so now remove your bolts that hold on the quick release windshield on both sides. Your chrome nacell will now split apart to show your 4 bolds that lock down your handle bar. See I told you 1 in job but hr to take off the samn chrome. When you put that ling cover piece of chrome back on ..NOT To TiGHt or it will snap the piece the plastic goes on. Hope that helps.

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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SOURCE: needing diagram of how to tighten handlebars on motorcycle

You have to remove the headlight, then the Nacelle ( passing lamps if you have them ) Under the lock ( which is removed with a small flat head screwdriver ( it's held in by 3 little push in tabs ) There are 2 phillips head screws( remove them ) then once you have the headlight out, there is a 5/16 nut holding the top chrome spine in place. Remove the nut lift the spline. then remove the nacelle one side at a time. Once you remove the nacelle the 1/4 allen bolts are right there to tighten. Make sure you tighten them evenly. Reverse steps to re-install back to normal.

Posted on Aug 27, 2009

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SOURCE: Installing new handlebars, where are wire

One the earlier models, the handlebar connectors were down under the tank. But, Harley changes electrics every year so you never know. All I can tell you is "follow the wire".

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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