Question about Harley Davidson 426290 AM/FM Radio
Disconnect AM/FM cable at both ends. With an ohm meter check continuity of cable end to end,center to center. You should see 1ohm on your meter. If so swing forks side to side and watch meter.If meter goes open the cable has a break in it.Look for kinking near where cable exits main harness.Cable is ridculously cheap from the dealer. Labor to install properly another story.
Posted on Jun 11, 2011
If anything has been added to the electronic system (hid lights, led lights, hidden antenna, amp), interference can result.
If not, check the cable and connections at the radio and antenna, vibration may have caused them to come loose.
If all is secure, your radio may need to be realigned. Contact iron Cross Audio for repair options.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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