Question about Harley Davidson FXD Dyna Super Glide Motorcycles
My husband just bought a Harley Davidson Dyna Super Glide and as he was going to move it from the yard to the driveway, something happened. He says he accidentally pushed down on the shifter without using the clutch and now he says it's stuck in first gear, and won't even start. When he tries to start it, it just clicks and tries to turn over, but it doesn't.
Rock the bike back and forth and find the spot in the middle, then try shifting up into neutral.
This will take the loading off the gears (which is normal without the engine running).
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is the clutch cable adjusted correctly, you may need to adjust the cable so that the clutch is released more fully, there will be an adjuster on either end of the clutch cable - adjust it so that the cable is tighter - but there should be a little bit of play left in the clutch - if this does not cure the problem you could have some gearbox damage,
The bike is still under warranty so take it to a harley dealers and have them look at it.
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
There are many service manuals available for your bike. Of course, the factory service manuals are the best and you should be able to order one at any local dealer.
If not, there are other sources for both the original Harley manuals and other manuals. Do a search on the internet for motorcycle service manuals. Two such places are www.motolit.com and www.motorcyclebooks.com A service manual should not be difficult to find.
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
Check to see if the brake light works when you apply the front brakes. If they work but if the brake light won't come on when the rear brake pedal is depressed, the rear brake light switch is bad. Find the rear brake master cylinder and you'll see a metal line coming out of it. Follow the line back towards the rear of the bike until you come to a tee in the line. The brake light switch is screwed into the tee and a couple of wires plugged onto it.
If neither your rear brake light nor you tail light works, first check the bulb. If the bulb is good, you might have a wiring problem. The wiring is a sub-harness that plugs up under the seat area and then runs back to the rear light assembly. The turn signal wiring usually run down each side of the rear fender behind the fender struts.
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
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