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Heating up, shuts off, Shutting off going about an 1 hour trip. hearing small noise in front of engine. Seams to be running hot. service techs put it on dyna but no results. Shut off again next trip. ran about an hour then stopped for an hour. 20 minutes into ride shut off again.

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Had a simuliar problem, Bike would have a total shutdown a High Temps/Low Speeds/High RPMs. Everything would reset itself after appox 2 minutes. Everything would shutdown Electric and engine.
2 Harley dealers spent 75 hours diagnosing it, dealer could not reproduce it. Last repair was to replace battery cables. Seems to have fixed it. Have ridden 15oo miles since repair. Problem reacurred once last time I rode. Again complete shutdown bike restored after 2 minutes. Did not happen again the rest of the day over 200 miles

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