Question about 2001 Harley Davidson FXDWG Dyna Wide Glide
Left signal light comes on when I press the brake, front or rear
Posted by Anonymous on
You may have the wrong bulb or you may have it installed wrong or you may have a wiring problem. When did it start? What was done tot the bike, if anything right before the problem etc???
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'm new to this site but actually has fielded a question about a Triumph motorcycle I'm worrking on!
I have an '03 Anniversary Deuce and I ran into (not the exact) but similar problem. My bike has the bars internally wired from the grips all the way through the top triple tree. Somehow over time the turn signal wire got shorted "internally". You might want to just unbolt the turn signal switch from the bars to see if the wire got pinched up high. If not...move the wires around to see if that helps. If it does...ultimately you should re-wire the connections. Just my experience...good luck!
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
remove switch cover on front brake master cylinder.support assembly. check connections at brake cyl.switch,check wires were not 'pinched' by cover against handle bar
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
Your bike is not equipped with the old style "flasher" like they used to be back in the '80's. You bike has what Harley calls a Turn Signal Microprocessor. It's a "black box" about a half inch thick by an inch and half wide by three inches long. It has a large plug with about a dozen wires on one end and a mounting bolt in the center of it. Exactly where it is, I have no idea as Harley moved these things around as much as they did the oil drain on the Sportsters. Underneath the battery is a bad place for anything, especially electrical components. The faint clicking sound you're hearing may be a circuit breaker. By the signals flashing very rapidly, this would indicate a high current flow that may be caused by a short circuit.
Posted on Aug 05, 2011
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