Question about Harley Davidson 426290 AM/FM Radio
I have a 2002 Harley Road Glide. The battery went dead over the winter. I jumped it at 40 amps, and the radio started acting up. It will turn on, but not play. I get a low frequency hum out of the speakers but no sound. I replaced the battery today, as it was bad, but still the same problem with the radio. Any ideas?
You fried the circuitry in the radio, you can't jump the battery at so many amps, it needs to be gradually charged up if the radio is attached. You need to take the radio to an electronics store to see if they can salvage it and replace the fried board, if they can't, then you need a new radio. This is a common problem that many people have experienced so don't feel bad since you aren't the first to do it.
I'm sorry that I am the bearer of bad news, but if you have any further questions, please let me know
Posted on Jun 07, 2008
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