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Where is the siren box with 9volt battery on a 2007 fxstc harley

Box houses the box that has 9 volt battery in it

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Harley alarms, while a decent alarm system, are notoriously hard to set up. On a new installation I have sometimes had to run the set-up routine 4-5 times. I hope you have an owner's manual and/or good instructions. Keep trying to set the alarm up from the beginning. If you miss a key or time limit it's not unusual to have the set-up fail and you have to start all over. Disconnecting the battery will screw things up, so be careful.

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You probably have a bad battery. The tell tale is the melted post. The starter is basically a DC motor. In this case,it is designed to run on 12 volts. If your battery has a shorted cell in it making the voltage drop to 10 volts, the starter motor still tries to turn the engine by drawing more current. It draws an extreme amount of current that overheats the battery cable and the battery post. Take your battery out and take somewhere that can "load test" the battery. Connect a volt meter across the battery and push the start button and see what the voltage does. If it falls below 10 volts, the battery is kaput.

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Replace that nine volt battery, and if there are no other problems, everything should work.

Posted on Apr 19, 2011

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You're welcome to look around but I doubt you're going to find a free manual online. Harley-Davidson is very protective of their copyrighted material. However, I have heard people say that they have found information online before.

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Posted on May 16, 2011

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