Question about Harley Davidson 426290 AM/FM Radio
The battery on my electra-glide went dead this winter, from sitting. Jumped with a charger, at 40 amps.Now every function on the radio is working, but no sound comes out of the speakers, except for a low static sound. Is this a small repair bill or should I find a new radio? I am experiencing exactly the same problem. Battery went bad over the winter. Jumped it at 40 amps and get the speakers to hum but no radio. I replaced the battery, as it was bad, but still the hum and no sound. Any ideas? DE in Iowa
First I would try driving it a few times to see if the battery will charge completely up and the problem will go away, if it doesn't, then you may just have something fried from starting it. You may also try hooking a different battery to it. If anything, take it to an electronics store and have them check it over if none of the above work and they will be able to narrow it down well enough for you. I know that this has happened on multiple bikes so I will see if I can see anything else that might have fixed this problem. Let me know if you have any other questions
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
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