Question about Harley Davidson Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Desktop Telephone
Quick release harley davidson hard bag install. How is it done. the instructions are beyond me.
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Posted on Aug 20, 2010
Im not being a smart *** but if you can't figure out how to install the brackets you need a shop to do it. Find an independent shop don't pay HD prices. I work at a shop and even I have to read the directions and sometimes they are in greek so don't feel dumb.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: harley davidson motorcycle 1971
Some of us here do work on Harley's. You are correct on the gap, and here's enough to get started on the timing. Pull the spark plugs and set the point gap to .018 for 12volt systems, .022 for 6 volts, on the highest point of the point-cam lobe. Turn engine over until the front cyl point cam lobe (the small one) is coming around and getting ready to open the points. Remove the timing plug on the engine and gently turn the engine on the kickstarter until the timing mark appears in the hole. On most earlier big twins it should be a straight line, get it approx. in the center or slightly before.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
SOURCE: Horn does not work
First check the two wires going to the rear of the Horn. One ground One Power. If they are connected to the horn then check the ground wire it comes lose most often. If you have power to the Horn then the Horn is defective. If you have no power to the horn it is necessary to trace up to your switch houseing. Usually the problem is ground, I have found defective horns but not often. You can take the horn off and using a battery and wire touch the two prongs in the back of the horn.If it works then the problem is either ground or power. Make sure horn is grounded. Usually the problem is a grounding one. Good Luck.
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks I will try this. L. Pease"
Big tip 'o' the hat to harleyds96 for giving me the impetus to get after it and tear the lamp down and sort it out. You'll need a precision Phillips #1 screw driver to remove the 8 screws. You'll have to pry the 4 little rubber pads off that double as screw hiders
Once you've carefully separated the bottom plate from the rest of the pedestal, you'll see that you need an extra set of hands to hold the plate, amber glow ring, and the main lamp body with, while you fight with the little fuse box in the center of the lamp.
They all have to be held, because the speaker wire runs through the amber ring to the bottom pad, and can't be unplugged, 'cuz it's soldered. No spade connectors, nah, that'd be too easy - and complicated. They'd like to make it so much easier to toss out another $80 for a replacement, 'cuz you stupidly lost the receipt!
So now that you've got everything separated, you discover that there's another two screws holding the ends of the fuse box to the main body of the lamp. Yes, they must be taken out too, so's you can properly fight with the four little clasps holding the fuse box together!
If you can get it popped open without ripping wires from their solder connection, you're a neurosurgeon! I lucked out, 'cuz I did the operation whilst sitting at the computer desk, so the bottom two pieces could rest on it, without ripping the speaker wires off of the speaker, while at the same time, the main body of the lamp was resting in my lap.
Now that you've succeeded in getting the box open, you'll see that you have that little fuse there, that the Harley lady mentioned above found. It's stamped - 1A/250 V, which, I suppose, would mean it could be plugged in down undah, where they use 240 volts.
So I'm going to see if I can find a 2A/250V fuse somewhere, and if that's too hot for it - TOUGH! I'll have a Harley Davidson plastic patty melt! vonster.vaughn
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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