Question about Harley Davidson FLHX Street Glide Motorcycles
Posted by Anonymous on
Check main fuse then check battery posts and cables and clean if necessary and check that they are not loose. Is security system disarmed?? Is there anything when you switch to ACC. Is the run stop switch on or off??
Posted on Aug 31, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That is very interesting. I don't have a real solution, but if I were you I would try grounding the frame to a separate ground source. I don't know why, but I'm thinking you charged the bikes grounding source so now it doesn't appear to be a ground at all anymore. Not sure how, but the frame, engine, etc may have a huge static charge lingering on it.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
SOURCE: My battery is fully charged
You need to check the main fuse. You have to get to the battery and follow the main positive cable from the battery until you find the first junction box. This box will be the starter relay and under a cover there you will find the main fuse. Check this fuse for being bad. While you are there check all your wiring to the starter relay and out to the starter. Here also you should find the main fuse box. so check all the fuses so you get to know where things are.
Posted on May 29, 2011
SOURCE: 86 Yamaha Virago XV1100.
Check the main fuse.The Virago 1100 has a 12v 20Ah battery with main fuse of 30A.Check if this main fuse is shorted.If not then also remove the main fuse for 10 minutes then refit it to its location.Then check.Main fuse is located under the seat.------
Check your kill switch on the right handle bar, Check the main fuse under the seat as well as the other fuses in the fuse holder under the headlight.
The red/white wire is a power wire that supplies power to most of the bike through the main fuse located under the seat. It goes to the starter relay and to a number of relays located under the seat on the rear fender. It also powers the coils through the ignition fuse as indicated on the wiring diagram. You need to take a volt meter and check continuity to all the wiring where the red/white wire goes. Then you need to make sure you have 12 volts at the coils on the red/white wire. As for the loose wire, I would check the starter switch first, it is located by the battery box next to #1 (Rear) cylinder. ----------- Make sure you have power to the coils and to the Igniter unit under the gas tank. If you have power to both the coils and the Igniter, check the continuity of the grey wire from the igniter to the front coil and then do the same from the orange wire to the rear coil. If these are good, pull off the small plug on the igniter and check that the pickup coils read 155 ohms across each coil. Then check from each pin on the pickup coil connector to ground and this should read open. If you get a short, you have a bad pickup coil or a wire shorted to ground at the case opening where they go into the clutch housing. If these all check correctly, you probably have a bad Igniter unit. Don't forget to check the ignition fuse with a meter. ----------- Power for the igniter should come from the ignition fuse to the ignition switch through the kill switch and then through the relays you mention as neutral switch and the side stand switch. So you need to start at the ignition fuse and follow the red/white wire to find where you are losing +12 volts.------- before troubleshooting all this first check the main fuse under the seat.if the fuse checked out ok, then follow thi troubleshooting.This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Jul 02, 2011
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