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I have an o7 flhr and it won't start. I was riding down the road and just died. I checked all the relays and I have no power to the system relay on the ECM side the switch works and can hear the relay click but no power to the ECM fuze any ideas????

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    Chad walters Mar 19, 2014

    Fixed! The problem was a broken wire down on the bottom fram tube! Had to chase the wire all the way to the end but finely found it!

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If the relay clicks it is pulling down but not necessarily connecting the contacts so take the relay out and check that it is completing the circuit when it clicks on.

Posted on Nov 28, 2014

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SOURCE: No start - power loss while running - intermittent?

try a new batt--or hav it tested for holdn 12.6v

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