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2004 electra glide classic- cut out going down the road after riding for about an hour. start back up on second try. at 50 mph 2000rpm oil gauge reading less then 32psi. checked oil level when engine cooled off, level was low but still between the arrows.

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Call your local dealer and have them run your vin( Vehicle Identification Number ) through HD Net to see if you have any outstanding recalls. There was a recall on the circuit breaker and the ignition switch around that time of production. better to be safe than sorry.

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