Question about 2002 Harley Davidson FLHT Electra Glide Standard
Hi Jwaynefan19, call, take a ride or trailer your bike over to your local dealers service/parts department, I'm sure they will be happy to take your Harley Davidson for a test ride if necessary/possible and offer professional advice and assistance concerning your issue. Good luck have a nice day.
Posted on Jun 21, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Apr 08, 2009
HD = Hundred Dollars, voltage regulator.
Stator replacement = big dollars because labor intensive. The part is around $100, maybe more by now
Posted on May 17, 2010
Professeur D is another of the people who just can't say "I don't know" or just be quiet. His comments are worthless. You don't say what the bike model or year is, but I bet it's a newer bike. I have an '02 FLHTCU with the engine juiced up a little and the rear cylinder really runs hot. The circuit breaker is located right over the rear cylinder, and since I have an oil temp gage I can see that when the temp hits 230 the breaker is going to open and shut all electrical off. I've changed breakers many times and the problem is still there and the dealers don't know what to do. I've been told by another rider that I should replace the circuit breaker with a fuse which will not be affected by temp. I'm going to look into that!
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
Sounds like your charging system is not charging the battery.
Put a volt meter on the battery, run the engine up to maybe 2,000 RPM. The voltage must be at least 13.8V, but not more than 14.5.
If that is all OK, your battery is worn out, and is not holding sufficient reserve. It would need to be replaced.
Posted on Jun 23, 2010
Testimonial: "waiting on dealer to get back to me...voltage meter on bike reading between 14-16"
You can test it by applying voltage directly from the battery to the starter where the green wire is connected. If this causes the starter to engage, then adding a relay will probably solve your problem..Also, if your glide is equipped with a clutch safety switch, check that. You can can do that by bypassing it to test. I'm not sure if the 92 had it or not, but thought i would mention it because i have seen that be the problem before. Of course, make sure your "run" switch is in the run position---Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 12, 2011
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