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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-21-2011, 11:05 PM Thread Starter
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Default no signal lights, starts and quits, speedometer wont work some times

well i see theres a topic similar to mine.. i have an 06 king pin i love the bike but it just keeps seeming to be one thing after another... i was on a trip and my speedometer quit working. shut the bike off fire it up and it would work... then today i noticed that my signals quit with the bike running...shut the red switch off and the signals work...turn the switch on to run the pump and the lights wont work again...fire up the bike it will run for two seconds then die then it will cycle the pump its self off and on off and on...if you can get it to fire, you can hold it up in revs for a few seconds it will continue to run but still no lights...? totally confused and getting frustrated with it..i pulled the fuse box appart cleaned all conections to fuses and relays, and i pulled the red switch, hazzards and starter switch cleaned all the contact points... bought it to get out of the four wheel hot rodding in hopes to just get on and go but it isnt panning out for me... any help would be appreciated... i was thinking maybe some sort of modual that runs all these pieces...?
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-21-2011, 11:38 PM
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Start with clean, tight battery terminals and the earth on rear of engine [10mm socket head bolt]

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Might be as simple as a bad battery.

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this is becoming a common theme for me this week.....
You DEFINITELY have a bad speed sensor. it is shorting, and back feeding AC voltage the ECM through the ACM

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