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How to take off the tour pac
Hi Anonymous, I would take a ride over to my local dealer and ask someone in parts or service to check and see if you have a quick release tour pak and show you how it works. Other wise it's hard mounted and the bolts are underneath the tour pak inside liner. If you have radio antena they will have to be relocated, plus there is the wiring to deal with, for some tips go to: http://www.hdforums.com/forum/touring-models/502970-taking-off-the-tour-pak.html. Good luck
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on Apr 30, 2016
Need 198 12v bulb
go to pep boys and buy yourself a bulb and save 10 bucks, but take the ball about your bike. First, make sure you get the right one
on Feb 23, 2015
How can you check crank position sensor?
1 - Turn the key in the ignition to the "Off" position. Turn the "Run/Stop" switch to "Run." Push and hold the odometer "Reset" button. Hold the "Reset" button and do not release it yet.
2 - Turn the key to "Ignition," but don't start the engine. Release the odometer "Reset" button. Wait for the odometer to indicate the bike is in diagnostic mode by displaying "Diag." Push the odometer reset button and then release it when you see the "P" in the menu selection flashing.
3 - Wait for the bike to complete the diagnostic of the electronic control module and the ignition control module. Write down the codes that are displayed after the diagnostic is complete. Code PO374 indicates a failed or faulty crank position sensor due to a synchronization error.
on Jul 26, 2014
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