Question about 2006 Harley Davidson FXDI35 35th Anniversary Super Glide
FXDi35 that has developed a unwelcome habit of shuting off the rear cylinder after a couple hours of continous riding. This problem remains until the motor has cooled overnight. I think it may be the coil since the spark plugs and the HT leads would have heated up and failed long before this problem presents itself. A failing coil takes a lot of heating to reach the breakdown point, but once it does it breaks down sooner each time, which is what is happening. Am I overlooking something else?
Coil, sparkplug, sparkplug wire, what else is there? Make sure to disconnect the battery before changing the coil so nothing gets fried accidentally.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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