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I had my 92 FLHS service last year but was unable to use it due to an injury not related to the bike. It been in storage since, but now I want to use it. I tried to start it up but all it does is cranks 9 or 9 time then backfires. I put some "heat" in the tank but it continues to backfire and foul the plugs. have any recommendations.

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Replace the plugs with HD Genuine plugs and drain the gas out of the bike and start with fresh fuel and fresh spark

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Well, that depends on what model your bike is. You said a 92, but a 92 what. Your best source of information is going to be an aftermarket catalog. Look up the kick stand for your bike and then see which bike they list as it fitting besides yours. Try Custom Chrome's online catalog.
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I suggest you charge your battery up, put it in the bike and start it up. Using a Volt meter, check the reading, to see if charge is going into the battery, reading should be about 14V with a little rev of the engine. If the reading remains at 12V, then ther is no charge going in.
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The pre-2000 models came with circuit breakers instead of fuses. They look like little metal cans that are about 1/2" wide by about 1 1/2" long. When a short circuit causes the current draw to exceed the rating of the circuit breaker, it will break with a slightly audible "ping". After a few minutes, it will reset itself. If the short circuit is still present, it will simply start the cycle all over again.

Now, there is a main circuit breaker. Usually it's under the seat and it's rated at 30 amps. It could have been replaced with a fuse by a previous owner if the bike was purchased used.

Now, at the battery or the starter, you should have an additional wire that supplies power to the entire bike. The large battery cable connects to the postive side of the battery and then goes down to the starter. Your bike should have the Nippondenso type starter on it as the '88 year model was the last to have the seperate starter solenoid and Hitachi starter. At one or the other places, the starter or the battery, there should be a large single wire connected along with the battery cable. This wire is the what I call the "accessories" power wire. It must be connected or there will be no power to the rest of the bike. If you failed to reconnect it at the battery, this could be your problem.

If you will contact me directly and tell me you need a schematic for your '89 FLHS, I can send it to you e-mail. wd4ity@bellsouth.net

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Basically you just have a relatively low milage bike that is three years old. If you are concerned about waranty issues (is it still under warranty?) most waranty maintrence requirements are scheduled by miles so you are probably are still okay. If you looking to sell it just tell the potential buyers you got sick and were unable to ride it. You can say I just had her serviced but that is about all you should ethically feel to say. Any buyer should test drive the bike and make their own decision.

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