Question about 2004 Harley Davidson FXDL - FXDLI Dyna Low Rider
I ride a 2001 Dyna Lowrider and recently at varied speeds and time intervals the engine will quit instantly. All I need to do to restart is reach down and quickly cycle the ignition key to off and back on, hit the start button or pop the clutch and the bike starts right back up. There is no sputtering/gradual loss of power, no engine light or error codes recorded. My gut tells me this is an intermittently failing Bank Angle Sensor but I would love a second opinion before I throw money at it or attempt to bypass the sensor. Thanks!
Posted by Anonymous on
That would be my initial guess also. If you find something out for sure please post it as a comment.
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