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2009 Harley Davidson FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide ABS brakes not working properly

A common problem with this is that the connector-wire gets torn, but that's not the case with my bike... I get a bunch of PN codes, but I can't find them somewhere on the net. Could you please help me? @ The codes are: pn 32937-09 pn 68924-07 pn 67350-08 pn 67348-04d pn 32836-09

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Hi, Kvidde PN is not a fault code they usually show up at the end of a diagnostic search for generated error codes that are active or non-active that have been resolved but not cleared. They are part numbers that identify electrical components that are currently installed on the bike. 3291917-07 is the ECM that has been may have been remapped for a stage one upgrade. 68924-07 is the turn signal security alarm module. 67350-08 is the speedometer.
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