Question about Harley Davidson FLHTC - FLHTCI Electra Glide classic Motorcycles
What year, make, and model? As long as the starter is engaging, the starter relay is functioning properly. I would suspect the battery probably has issues. Find somebody with a load tester and test the battery load capacity. On the earlier Harleys, Shovelheads and electric start Panheads, and Sportsters, the starter drive and associated engaging parts,(the solenoid, starter shift fork, etc.) are worth inspecting. A bent starter shift fork will bind the starter drive and cause the starter to drag, (turn slowly). A bad solenoid will engage the starter momentarily, then disengage, or not engage the starter at all. The starter relay either works or doesn't work, ie, if the starter spins, the relay is doing it's job.
Get me the Year & model and I may be able to be more specific.
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
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