A friend has a 1987 sportster. she says you have to hold the signal light button on in order for the signal to work. if you let go of the button the light quits flashing? sounds to dangerous to be correct? with my 2001 fxd you push the button and it flashes until the bike leans then upright and cancels its self. shouldn't hers at least stay on with out having to hold the button in?
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Hi friend, I think may be you have set the"light setting",you can try to resetting or cancel this setting.Some phones will flash when they are under good signal. If you have any phone's questions,you may check the website,it may be an useful website:
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It's quite a process to remove a starter on a sportster. I changed one for my friend on his 03 sportster. You have to take alot of stuff off to get to the bolts that hold it on. Can I suggest getting a service manual for the bike. Trust me it's worth its weight in gold. I've done alot of work on my sportster and my friends sportster and would never attempt anything without the book. As far as the starter, From what I remember, I had to remove the exhaust pipes then the primary cover, and I'm sure there were more parts, but you need to know what gaskets you will need to replace. Good Luck. And go get the book. I got mine at Barnes and Noble. and my friend got his at the Harley dealer. Have fun.
Walk up to the phone, press FEAT 00 press the button you want to program then press INTERCOM and dial the 2 digit extension or * + 2 digit if you want Voice signalling. Do this for all the buttons you want to program and end with FEAT 00.
if you have power at the harness pin but not the light then your problem could be a cut wire grounding to frame between connector and light. you did not say what kind of light you have. a regular filament light check the socket as they sometimes go bad due to vibration, if it is a led light, look for a bad componet on the circuit board like a open resistor or such. if you are handy with a soldering iron, you can repair it pretty cheaply.
1st) you must identify the ranking order of your handset. Put all your handsets in the main base cradle and it will tell you which phone is your handset ie: (1) (2) (3) (4). (if you are reseting a handset, chose a number that is missing to reset your phone to) Now, with NO handsets in the main base cradle. Hold your phone and press "menu", then key in the numbers 00. Now, don't do anything with your handset just now. Go to the main base cradle. On the bottom, where it says"locator" press the select button until you get the desired phone rank needed. H1,H2,H3 etc... Now, press and hold "call". (The charging light should start flashing) Now, on your handset press the "OK" button on the top upper right corner. Your phone should now be working! If you are still having problems, call Panasonic Customer Service at 1-800-211-7262 for tech support.
hold the volume and intercom buttons together the in use light will come on and then go to menu on handset press 6 then 1 to regester that should work i just talked to a friend with a telecom buisness and he told me what to do with mine good luck