Discussion in 'Dyna Models' started by gskidd, Nov 4, 2007.
Some of the sensors or plugs on them could have been infiltrated by water.
Here's the best thing you can do to dry it up after a wash. Actually blows hot air after it runs a minute or two. The hot air dries things up better than compressed air or leaf blowers do. I have the 4 HP unit and it works very well, cuts your dry time to nothing at all.
Hi Glider, I lost the link to this web site and have just rediscovered it. Thanks for the suggestion but now I find that any water, standing in the road, a brief shower or any contact with minimal amount of water will shut down my speedometer, six gear light, and I will shut down if I throttle down. I take it in for 15k check up Friday, do you have any other suggestions. It kind of difficult to blow dry her out on the road.
Sounds like a connector. Describe the outages in detail to the dealer when you take it in. They should be able to pinpoint the location based on what goes out and find the offending connector.
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