Question about 2010 Harley Davidson XR1200
Posted by Anonymous on
Hi Anonymous, check the switch connector for corroded or loose pins. you can check continuity with a test lite the voltage going into and coming out of the switch should match battery voltage 12.5 volts or better. If you are not getting the matching battery voltage going in the take your test lite and volt meter and start with the battery that must have clean tight connections, and work your way back to the switch. If can't find anything wrong replace the ignition switch. To help you trace wires the following website has a free wiring diagram for a 2003 XL1200 that should be helpfull in some areas: http://officialharleyparts.com/wiring_diagrams.phpas. Good luck
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