Question about 2007 Harley Davidson FXST Softail Standard
Sounds like you are trying to use the wrong key or the Key has the wrong code in it to start it. Go to dealer to check Key codes!
Posted on Mar 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the battery, try jump starting it with another battery. If the battery voltage drops too low, i believe the alarm default is to disble the bike. (Greasy little criminals will cut battery cables to disarm the alarm) so although you may have enough power to operate the lights and alarm, it may be droppoing too low to start.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
SOURCE: 2001 Road Glide Harley
Your bike has a stator and a voltage regulator. On the right front down tube you will find the plug for the stator and the voltage regulator, unplug the stator from the voltage regulator and use a meter to read the out put from the stator. I don't know the value's off hand but as you rev the motor the voltage should climb. If it doesn't your stator is bad, major job. If it does measure the voltage on the battery cables, when you rev the motor they should climb to a little over 14V's.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
It does sound like your alarm is still on. try manually turning off the alarm. Please post theresults. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
The pre-2000 models came with circuit breakers instead of fuses. They look like little metal cans that are about 1/2" wide by about 1 1/2" long. When a short circuit causes the current draw to exceed the rating of the circuit breaker, it will break with a slightly audible "ping". After a few minutes, it will reset itself. If the short circuit is still present, it will simply start the cycle all over again.
Now, there is a main circuit breaker. Usually it's under the seat and it's rated at 30 amps. It could have been replaced with a fuse by a previous owner if the bike was purchased used.
Now, at the battery or the starter, you should have an additional wire that supplies power to the entire bike. The large battery cable connects to the postive side of the battery and then goes down to the starter. Your bike should have the Nippondenso type starter on it as the '88 year model was the last to have the seperate starter solenoid and Hitachi starter. At one or the other places, the starter or the battery, there should be a large single wire connected along with the battery cable. This wire is the what I call the "accessories" power wire. It must be connected or there will be no power to the rest of the bike. If you failed to reconnect it at the battery, this could be your problem.
If you will contact me directly and tell me you need a schematic for your '89 FLHS, I can send it to you e-mail. firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
Check ur SOLENOiD on the SRARTER, it seems the magnetic coil is is letting go when ur push to start!
Either that, grounding must have not reaching ur STARTER, thats why the solenoid is not pushing ur bendix!
Hope that helps u out!
Posted on Dec 04, 2010
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