Question about Harley Davidson FLHR - FLHRCI Road king Motorcycles
Where can I get a replacement actuator have been able as of yet to find one at all
Posted on Oct 11, 2014
All sensors and actuators must be in proper working order
and the engine must be in good condition in order for this
procedure to have correct and consistent results.
1. Remove right side saddlebag. See SADDLEBAG,
REMOVAL, in the appropriate FLT Models Service
Manual.2. Gently pull side cover from frame downtubes (no toolsrequired).3. Remove rubber plug from open end of Data Link connector and plug in Scanalyzer (HD-41325).
4. With the Engine Stop/Run Switch in the RUN position,
turn the Ignition Light/Key Switch to ON. 5. While observing TP voltage under the Data Monitor Menu of the Scanalyzer, turn the Ignition Light/KeySwitch back to the OFF position. Note that the TP voltage drops, increases and then stops just before electrical power is interrupted.If the Scanalyzer display stops within the voltage range listed in Table 1, then the cold idle speed doesnotneedto be adjusted. Proceed directly to WARM-SLOW IDLE SPEED ADJUSTMENT on page 2.(6. If the TP voltage is out of range, proceed as follows::--a. Remove air cleaner and backplate assembly. See AIR CLEANER, REMOVAL, in the appropriate FLT Models Service Manual.
b. With the Engine Stop/Run Switch in the RUN position,
turn the Ignition Light/Key Switch to ON and
then back to the OFF position. The idle speed control
actuator retracts, and then moves out to the
parked position. c. Unplug the wire harness connector from the idle speed control actuator. See Figure 1.d. With the Engine Stop/Run Switch in the RUN position, turn the Ignition Light/Key Switch to ON. e. While observing TP voltage under the Data Monitor Menu of the Scanalyzer (or Breakout Box and
DVOM), use a T10 TORX drive head to adjust the
cold idle speed set screw until reading is within the
voltage range listed in Table 1. Be sure not to move
the idle speed lever while turning the screw.
NOTE:--Gently open the throttle to better access the cold idle speed set screw. After making the adjustment, gently roll the throttle closed and recheck the TP voltage reading.
DO NOT allow throttle to "snap shut" or the idle speed control actuatormay move (resulting in an unwanted voltage change that requires the adjustment procedure be restarted).
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Posted on Nov 18, 2009
When u installed these new parts did u didconnect the battery fro 5 minutes to clear the learned idle strategy? have you cleaned the throttle Valve? is the TPS adjusted correctly?
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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