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sorry do not recognize the correct termbest front turn signal goes on but doesnt flash. neither rear workssomething tells me the flasher module is poor...wbelow is it?
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2014 Ultra Limited #5552013 124 Softail Bobber #52124" Custom Softail #51 5093" Shovelhead Softail #71
No... on the Evos, it is between the tanks. It is not ONE tank, however instead 2 "halves". Under the consingle is a gap, the Turn Signal Module is tbelow, placed to the backbone.Even for the Twin Cams, it is not under the seat... that is the ECM. the TSM on those bikes is down by the rear tire, behind the splash guard.
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yup, in between the tanks. I have actually a hand-operated. sorry for not looking at it first.renders it a little bit of a pain to get at.
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Are you kidding?...the only method it might be easier to obtain at is if they placed it on top of the consingle...:redrolf:
Is it common for people to talk **** here? Seems incredibly prevalent.Maybe I got it wrong...but don"t I have to remove the tanks to get at it? And don"t I have to drainpipe the tanks to carry out that?I can be absent something, but...there"s absolutely no factor to ridicule someone that does not know something. You weren"t the impressive Harley expert you clearly are currently appropriate from the gain go.Thanks for your input, though!
Is it common for world to talk **** here? Seems very common.Maybe I obtained it wrong...however don"t I have to rerelocate the tanks to acquire at it? And do not I need to drain the tanks to execute that?
Did you not just remove the console? It"s just one nut if I respeak to effectively. Put a towel on your seat and just "fold" the console back over the seat. You must be able to see/access the module that easily.You must not need to remove the tanks. I think he was "laughing" because you assumed it was going to be difficult, and didn"t rerelocate the console. It"s really not a big deal to just pull ago the console. Try that, and also report ago below if you have any problems... or you can just PM me if you want.
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No... on the Evos, it is in between the tanks. It is not ONE tank, yet rather two "halves". Under the console is a gap, the Turn Signal Module is tbelow, mounted to the backbone.Even for the Twin Cams, it is not under the seat... that is the ECM. the TSM on those bikes is dvery own by the rear tire, behind the splash guard.
2014 Ultra Limited #5552013 124 Softail Bobber #52124" Custom Softail #51 5093" Shovelhead Softail #71
Did you not just rerelocate the console? It"s only one nut if I recontact correctly. Placed a towel on your seat and also just "fold" the consingle earlier over the seat. You should be able to see/accessibility the module that conveniently.You should not have to rerelocate the tanks. I think he was "laughing" because you assumed it was going to be tough, and also didn"t remove the console. It"s really not a big deal to simply pull earlier the consingle. Try that, and report ago right here if you have actually any issues... or you can simply PM me if you want.
I haven"t done anypoint yet. I have actually my front end apart ideal currently and also am concentrating on that, but...PM sent out so someone else does not ridicule me to make themselves feel bigger.
Is it widespread for civilization to talk **** here? Seems extremely prevalent.Maybe I obtained it wrong...but do not I have to rerelocate the tanks to obtain at it? And don"t I have to drain the tanks to execute that?I might be lacking somepoint, however...there"s absolutely no factor to ridicule someone who does not understand something. You weren"t the impressive Harley experienced you plainly are now right from the obtain go.Thanks for your input, though!
I deleted my previous write-up bereason I did not intend to ridicule anyone, must have provided a I guess...
I deleted my previous write-up bereason I did not expect to ridicule anyone, should have actually provided a I guess...
You have to be able to readjust the module without draining or rerelocating the tanks. If you need even more room, you have the right to unexecute the rear and peak tank mounts. Then spcheck out the tanks at the optimal. This have to not be exceptionally difficult.
You should be able to change the module without draining or removing the tanks. If you require even more room, you deserve to unexecute the rear and also height tank mounts. Then spread the tanks at the height. This should not be exceptionally difficult.
OK. Thanks. I think I"ve actually checked out a photo of someone with the tanks spreview like that.hey...one more question...someone offered me a run/turn/brake controller yet it"s a plug-in form. Is my bike a plug-n-play setup choose that or no?
OK. Thanks. I think I"ve actually checked out a photo of someone through the tanks spread favor that.hey...another question...someone gave me a run/turn/brake controller but it"s a plug-in type. Is my bike a plug-n-play setup favor that or no?
What they provided you is more than likely the newer "Amp Multilock" style connectors, the Evo you have actually is the previous kind (forgain the name). The connector wbelow that commonly plugs in is under the seat, near the right side of the rear fender... you have the right to see if it will certainly work simply by looking at that.
sorry don"t recognize the correct termappropriate front rotate signal goes on but doesnt flash. neither rear workssomepoint tells me the flasher module is bad...where is it?
What they gave you is more than likely the more recent "Amp Multilock" style connectors, the Evo you have actually is the previous form (forget the name). The connector wbelow that commonly plugs in is under the seat, near the right side of the rear fender... you can view if it will job-related just by looking at that.

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Yup, found it and nope, not the same connectors. was told this is a knockoff of a badlands illuminator pro 3. Not designed for older evo bikes.bummer!
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