Question about 2006 Harley Davidson FLHX Street Glide
I have a 18" rear tire. dealer said tire clearance was a problem. it had rubbed wires under rear fender, shorting out wires. he moved them to the side. 5 minutes after leaving dealership, fuse blew again.
Hi Bob: sounds the repair shop did not follow thru with the repairs. In my shop we solve the problem before the bike leaves. They were on the wright track. Recommend the tire to be removed and pull the wiring down so you can open the sleeve and inspect ALL the wires. you may find bare wires shorting out. Repair them and ride like the wind. Fran PS find a good local shop they will treat you the best.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
chk backwards to your turn signal control unit. The brake lights and rurn signals are routed in a way that would affect each other.Is this a four wire or?Chk fuses 1st. Good Luck- -Ned- A good grd is important.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
I'd say that you have an intermittant short somewhere. These are very difficult to find. I'd start at the tail light assembly as most of the time, I've found the shorts in that area, from the seat back to the tail light assembly.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
You really need a schematic to determine what equipment is on the circuit protected by this fuse. I do not have schematics for the late model machines, only a few earlier models. Some of the equipment supplied by this fuse are connected by sub-harnesses with plugs on them. If you unplug a sub-harness and the fuse stops blowing, then you know it's something on that leg of the circuit. You may have to take the tanks and the seat off to access the plugs.
Posted on May 20, 2011
Check the wiring under the handlebar assembly that controls that side, sometimes if this is taken apart for mod, a wire get pinched under the assembly. Check both sides while your at it. I would put a fuse in and unplug all the connectors, with the bike on, start connecting the connectors back and the fuse should blow, then you know exactly which system your working with. Check ALL the wiring in that system, I bet its a pinched wire up in the handle bars.
Let me know what happens please.
Posted on Oct 28, 2011
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