Question about 2006 Harley Davidson FLHR Road king
More than likely it is the regulator. There was a product recall on these but well expired by now.
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's normal for the check engine light to take from 0 to a couple seconds to turn off. The computer runs a system check. Put an oil pressure gauge on the bike and watch it closely. If your pressure drops when the bike loses power, the engine may be locking up from lack of oil. Another possibility is your lean-angle cut-off switch is defective. The switch cuts power to the bike in case you lay it down. Harley also has had problems with their fuel injection system losing power for no apparent reason.
Posted on May 02, 2009
Try holding your key fob button down for about 20 seconds. This may resync the alarm. If that doesn't work, it's most likely in the speedo. You can try cleaning the speed sensor for the speedo. It is magnetic and picks up metal shavings which short it out. Pull it out of the trans and wipe off the shavings.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
Easiest way is to either remove the seat to gain access to the battery or use the Battery Tender harness, if the bike is equipped with one. Use a multiimeter, set to DC volts. Place the positive meter electrode to the positive terminal of the battery or tender harness. Place the other electrode to negative terminal. At idle the bike should have 12.8-13.2 volts DC. Rev the bike to approx. 2000 rpm. Meter reading should be around 13.8-14.2 volts DC. If you don't get close to these readings, the charging system isn't working. Easiest way to check to see if your stator is burned-remove the clutch (derby) cover and smell the oil inside the primary housing. If it stinks, your stator is bad.
Posted on Jun 21, 2012
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