Question about Harley Davidson FLHX Street Glide Motorcycles
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Wonder about your stoplight, taillight? Most of that stuff runs off the accessories fuse. Check that fuse to see if it is blown. If it is, replace it and see what happens. If it blows immediatly, you've got a dead short somewhere. If it stays there, you may have an intermittent short. The intermittant short is a bear to find because it's tough to fix a problem when it ain't there. Electrical problems are always difficult and this about the best information I can give you. It's a starting point.
Posted on May 27, 2010
Anything much lower than an inch and a half, the ride quality suffers bad! Put a lowering kit in the front forks and use shorter shocks in the rear. DO NOT install any type of aftermarket kit that moves the rear shock mount rearward. If the bike still isn't low enough, check into purchasing a thinner seat. Good luck!
Posted on Oct 19, 2012
sounds like a short in the loom you may have trapped a wire putting it all together check all wiring ????
Posted on Apr 05, 2013
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