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Hi friends, this is my first post here. I got my 750 twenty days ago. At the RTO office the guy touched the wiring to see the engine id hidden under it. since then my horn, head lamp and turn signal are not working. I am hassled about this. Please suggest how to troubleshoot myself as we do not have Harley dealership in Dehradun , my place of residence.

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It sounds like it is due to the wiring. Have you taken a closer look to see that all the wires are hooked up properly? Have you checked a wiring diagram?

Other than that I would take it to the dealer. It sounds like an easy problem to fix if you know what to look for.
 

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This problem reported here means that wiring is not secure. Just touching wiring cannot otherwise lead to these kinda problems. I hope wiring would be secured in future.
 

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Sounds like when he moved the wiring to check the id #, he pulled a connector apart. Follow the wires that he moved and you should find it.
 

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Friends,

I am facing the same issue with my Street 750, can any one advise what could be the cause, and how to resolve.
Has anyone else faced a similar issue???

Please Help

Preet Inder
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Friends,

I am facing the same issue with my Street 750, can any one advise what could be the cause, and how to resolve.
Has anyone else faced a similar issue???

Please Help

Preet Inder
+91- 9999048443
I had this when I was changing my bars. Easy fix

The firing loom that is by the front of the tank, there is a small room plug (black) that is unplugged, undo the tank and lift it up a little and plug it back in.

Been there , done that....

Ray
 

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I had this when I was changing my bars. Easy fix

The firing loom that is by the front of the tank, there is a small room plug (black) that is unplugged, undo the tank and lift it up a little and plug it back in.

Been there , done that....

Ray

Thank you So Much Ray 0:)

I was changing The bars as well, will try and remove the tank to reseat the plug, as soon as I get time. Is there any other fastener for the tank apart from the big one under the front seat?

additionally, is there a way we can re-route this cable, maybe from behind the left fork instead of going from its front, as this will provide a better leway, without having to replace / extend(tamper) it.
my new handlebar is a little bigger than the stock one, I am able to manage all the stock cables, except this one due to the size of hand control housing, which I was not able to slip between the headlight and the Tripple Tee... :crying:
 

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No, just the big hex under the front of the street - when you lift the tank take a careful look under the tank , take a photo, make sure all cables and hoses reroute as they are now when you put it back together

The tank is held by 2 lugs at the front - it's a trick to get them to line back up , I've had plenty of experience with my sons race bikes

Regarding the cable routing, I've not bothered at the moment, but will look to see what can be done later. As you have found out , there is not much slack , so will be tricky

Might be able to put them into a sleeve and semi hide them

Good luck with the control connector


Ray
 

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No, just the big hex under the front of the street - when you lift the tank take a careful look under the tank , take a photo, make sure all cables and hoses reroute as they are now when you put it back together

The tank is held by 2 lugs at the front - it's a trick to get them to line back up , I've had plenty of experience with my sons race bikes

Regarding the cable routing, I've not bothered at the moment, but will look to see what can be done later. As you have found out , there is not much slack , so will be tricky

Might be able to put them into a sleeve and semi hide them

Good luck with the control connector


Ray

Thanks a ton Ray,

Will try this out on thursday most likely, if I am able to get hold of a new set of Allen Keys by that time.

Will keep you posted on the progress.

Regards

Preet Inder Singh
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Loosen up the clutch adjustment, first measure freeplay at the lever, then remove the cable from the lever. Reply back and let us know how you made out?, how much taller are your bars?
 

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Thanks a ton Ray,

Will try this out on thursday most likely, if I am able to get hold of a new set of Allen Keys by that time.

Will keep you posted on the progress.

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Preet Inder Singh
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How did the fix go?

I know the loom on the Street needs "attention" but once you know where everything routes - it's easy to manage

Ray
 
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