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On the [28A] connector: 1. Connect PK/W wire - pin #1 to ground. Connect O/BK - pin #8 to ground with a 560 ohm resistor inline. 2. Splice BN/BK - pin #2 and V/BK - pin #7 together with a 1k ohm resistor inline. Splice GY/GN - pin #3 and GY/W - pin #6 together with a 150 ohm resistor inline. Splice GN/BE - pin #4 and BN/W - pin #5 together with a 47 resistor inline. 3. Connect all remaining ends of resistors together and connect to SWC input wire of interface.Harley Davidson Audio Diagram
Harley‐Davidson letter designation and a list Harley model names. Names and Designations for Harley‐Davidson® Motorcycles. The model names shown here are registered trademarks of Harley‐Davidson Motor Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. DYNA Glide FX: Superglide, Kick start FXB: Sturgis Belt (80,81&82) FXD: Dyna Super Glide FXDB: Dyna Sturgis (1991) FXDC: Dyna Super Glide Custom FXDF: Fatbob FXDG: Dyna Glide/Sturgis FXDL: Dyna Low Rider FXDS‐CON: Dyna Convertible FXDWG: Dyna Wide Glide FXDX: Dyna Super Glide Sport FXDXT: Super Glide T‐Sport FXE: Superglide Electric Start FXLR: FX Lower Rider/Evolution FXR: Rubber Mount Super Glide FXRDG ‐ Disc Glide FXRP ‐ Police or pursuit ‐ Defender FXRS: FXR Sport FXRS‐CON: FXR Sport Convertible FXRS‐SP: Low Rider Sport Edition FXRT: FXR Touring FXS: Low Rider/Shovelhead FXSB: Low Rider Belt Softail FXCW: Rocker FXCWC: Rocker C FXST: Softail Standard FXSTB: Night Train FXSTBI: Night Train EFI FXSTC: Softail Custom FXSTD: Softail Deuce FXSTS: Springer Softail FXWG: Wide Glide FLST: Heritage Softail FLSTC: Heritage Classic FLSTF: Fat Boy FLSTFI: 15th anniversary Fat Boy
Harley Dyna Glide 1340 v 1. MILES DRURY Landscape. gardener, 40, Kent. ... Harley Dyna Glide Sturgis launched, with all- new chassis, rubber-mounted 1340 Evo engine ...Harley Dyna Glide 1340 Classic custom styling and vibe killing rubber engine mounts made the 1340 Dyna Glide a solid seller. But its 1450cc successor is an even bigger smoothie... OWNERS’ PANEL MILES DRURY Landscape gardener, 40, Kent. A Hog fan since he was a kid, has owned a Fat Boy and 1450 Dyna Glide.
Mounting Suggestions for the HarleyDavidson® Dyna Glide & Dyna Wide Glide 1991- 1995 One-Piece Seat Tools Required: • Phillips Screwdriver Hardware: • Stock Rear Fender Screw • Short Chrome Bracket for Dyna Glide (Included) • Long Chrome Bracket for Dyna Wide Glide (Included) Dyna Glide Bracket Shown Baseplate Features: One-piece formed steel baseplates have rubber bumper supports at contact points. Two brackets are supplied that bolt to the rear of the Mustang seat. Use the long bracket for Dyna Wide Glide models and the short bracket for standard Dyna Glide models.
FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide Vivid Black FLHTC Electra Glide Classic Flame. TOURING When it comes down to it, nothing compares to the freedom of the open road. Built with a passion for the horizon, the Touring models provide plenty of options to mold your ride into an extension of your body and personal style. For the complete list of Genuine Motor Accessories that appear on these motorcycles or any other Touring motorcycles shown ,
Installation: Harley ® Road Glide • Remove front turn signals, then the bolts by the turn signals, and then the inner fairing screws, you will have to lift up on the front to get it off the hooks under the lights.... (+ to get it back on). • Remove four screws in outer fairing (windshield can be left on). • Place towel of front fender, standing in front of bike gently lift outer fairing up and pull toward you. A real P.I.A. MHO • You need to press the little plastic tab on the side of each plug to each headlight and pull free. • Place faring on table, twist the ring around each bulb, and remove. • Take out old bulbs replace and get ready to cuss as you try and replace the outer fairing onto the two metal hooks above where the headlights would be. NOTE*Be sure to have all the wires tucked in tight and not in way of hooks, and just do it in the reverse direction to get it back on.... just watch the signal wires on the side they seem to get in way at times • This takes time and a steady hand. • You do not need to remove the windshield. If you remove the headlights prior to installing the outer fairing, you will have no problem hooking the fairing, the headlights just snap in after. If you do not, you will be spending a few extra hours of needless time screwing around and cursing. Once I learned the trick of removing the