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2004 Wide Glide electrical issue's

Alright I will jist get started, the battery is new and has good charge. I replaced the stock handle bars with 18'' hangers. I start it and head down the road, I go about 1/4 mile and it dies, loses all electrical power. times vary (from 5 min to days) but I wait, turn the ignition back on ad it starts back up. I have started it and wiggled wires but I cant find anything and cant reproduce the problem. the only thing that I can think is it is due to high humidity, and water getting somewhere that it shouldnt be, but that doesnt explain the 5 minute wait. Any Ideas????

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  • xdirtmonkeyx Nov 11, 2008

    I have a custom 02 Fatboy, it started shutting down while riding on the highway of all places. I checked the battery and replaced with a gel battery and the problem continued. I determined the stator was fine as the battery wasnt dead it was just not maintaining a charge. I then replaced the voltage regulator and it happened again.......it shut down after riding approx 100 miles.............after spending over a couple hundred dollars Im back to square one.........



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You might have a bad sensor, The bank angle sensor turns off the ignition system when it THINKS the bike is leaning over 55 degrees. . The sensor is located behind the electrical panel and can be checked with a magnet. Electrical probelms can be a *****. Start by checking your charging system. Put a voltmeter on your battery. It should read about 12.5. Turn the engine on and the reading should increase to about 13.5. If it decreases, its the regulator or stator.
I had a bad crank position sensor on my wideglide that took me hours to run down. Good luck. Let me know what you find

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