Question about Harley Davidson Motorcycles
Sounds like your Immobilizer is on. This is in the TSSM module and may need to be re-assigned to the ECU. This can be done by the owner or by your local dealer. If it "dies" cleanly then this is more than likely whats wrong. If it splutters etc. then possible fuel pressure problem. Harley fuel pressure is approx 60 PSI. when engine is running. Is your alarm working correctly? The Immobilizer is part of the alarm ststem.
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
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