Question about 2006 Harley Davidson FXDBI Street Bob
Posted by Anonymous on
Under what conditions????
What DTCs are set????????????
Possibly IAC, is p0505 set???
Posted on Oct 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi, if you have not yet fixed the problem , the fuse box is located underneath the left sidecover in front of the left sattlebag youll need to remove the bag to get the side cover off ck the fuses thats all it should be ,prolly what happened was a bulb went bad and shorted the circut blowing the fuse for them theyre on the same fuse as the tach and speedo
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
no need to remove tank, Remove terminal pins from connector under left side of tank then pull gauge and wires out. Install new gauge, replace terminal pins in their propper place in the connector,plug it in and varify the repair.
Posted on Dec 22, 2009
Usually when you change the grips on the throttle side, depending on what type of replacement grips you bought, you'll be replacing the throttle sleeve as well. This means that you will be messing with the throttle and idle cables.
Loosen both cables at the adjusters as loose as they will go. Then, remove the two bolts that hold the right hand switch housing together. Carefully seperate the two halves. Do not damage the wires going to the switch. Work the throttle cable and the idle cable out of there slots in the throttle sleeve of the old grip. Be careful not to loose the brass ferrel that goes over the cable end. Lubricate the inside of the new throttle sleeve, the handlebar, and the area where the cables hook up with white lithium grease. Reassemble cables into new sleeve and reassemble the switch housing.
Once you have everything back together, adjust the throttle cable first and leave just a bit of slack in the cable. You should be able to freely "rock the throttle grip" before you feel the cable tighten up, Just a bit. Then adjust the idle cable about the same way.
Now, Turn the throttle cable to Wide Open throttle position and release it. It should "snap" shut, do this again from half and quarter throttle to make sure it works as it should. Failure to insure that the throttle operates properly can cause serious injury or death.
If you are simply replacing a grip on each side of the handlebar, use a long slender blade screwdriver or an ice pick to slide between the handlebar and the grip. Spray some WD40 in the work the grip a bit and it will break loose. Clean the throttle sleeve and handlebar off alcohol. Now, some people like to use "Grip Glue" on the new grips. Put the glue inside the grip and slide it up on the handlebar. If you put the glue on the handlebar, it will roll up in front of the grip as you slide it on to the handlebar or throttle sleeve. Make sure you "align" the two grips so they look the same before the glue sets.
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
Try loosening the bolts holding the front master cylinder on the handlebars. Slide the master cylinder down as close as possible to the right handlebar switch housing. If this doesn't work, the front brake light switch is probably bad and needs to be replaced in the right switch housing.
Posted on Sep 25, 2010
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