Question about 2005 Harley Davidson FXD - FXDI Dyna Super Glide
If the revs are kept down when riding through town my fxd will keep running when I stop at a junction, if I have just given the bike a fist full it will cut out when I pull the clutch in to stop. I have changed the IAC and seemed a very little bit better. Any help?
Hi Danny,Unfortunately, it could be any of a few dozen things and there's no real place to start. I'd start with the obvious first... check the battery and cables, ECM plug, clean the IAC with some carb cleaner, etc. Does it have the original battery? Is it all stock or has somebody installed new bars or messed with the wiring? It could be the CKP (crank position sensor) as was previously mentioned. It's right behind the oil filter. Pull the connector apart and check for corrosion. Maybe you could find a shop that has a spare used one or find one on ebay and swap it out. Hate to see you buy a new one when you don't know for sure, but it is 5 years old, might be worth it, they do go bad. Heck I'd probably ride it a while and see if it does it again, then check the codes IMMEDIATELY after it quits. See what code is stored and go from there. Please visit website below:
Harley Diagnostic Trouble Codes
Posted on May 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I am not completely positive that this is your problem but one thing to try when it starts cutting out is to loosen the fuel cap. On a lot of 2000 through 2004 Harleys the vent in the fuel cap gets plugged up and creates a vacuum not allowing the fuel to flow to the carbs. If this doesn't help run the trouble codes to see if there is a ECM related problem. To access the codes, turn the ignition on for about 3 seconds (one second after the fuel pump stops running) and then turn the ignition off for 3 seconds. Repeat this, then turn the ignition on and the codes will flash on the check engine light after about 8 seconds. The first series of flashes (about 3 flashes per second) are intermission flashes then there will be a 2 second delay and the first code will flash. If the first digit of the code is 1 the light will flash one time and then there will be a 2 second pause before the second digit. There will be a 1 second delay between flashes for a digit of 2 or more. All codes are 2 digit codes. For example, 11 would be throttle position sensor, 12, barometric pressure sensor, 14 engine temperature sensor, 15 intake air temperature sensor, 16 battery voltage, 23 and 32 fuel injector, 24 and 25 ignition coil, 33 fuel pump relay, 52,53,54,55 ECM failure, 56 crank position and cam position sensor timing.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
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