07 flhtcu wont start

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by terry205, Nov 16, 2010.

  1. terry205

    terry205 New Member

    i turn on the ing switch. turn on run switch.i hear ele fuel. wait until the engin light goes out. i push the starter switch and i hear nothing. bike will do nothing at all. all i did was park it, get off of it , got back and this is what happend. any body know what to tell me what to check.:(
  2. Jonas

    Jonas Junior Member

    Battery, connections, starter relay.
  3. dbmg

    dbmg Guest

    Its funny but now days batteries sometime will give no warning and just quit.
    There maybe enough power to operate lights,horn radio, etc. but not enough to engage starter.
    Like the other have said check fob batteries if equipped, check battery cable connections, if OK remove battery and have tested.
  4. Hoople

    Hoople Account Removed

    Wow.. I feel so un-needed. All Great answers. I would bet 1 of them fixes your bike. :)
  5. Dr. Dolittle

    Dr. Dolittle Experienced Member Contributor Retired Moderators

    You know that's not true!!! :)
  6. Cyclops

    Cyclops Active Member

    I've noticed several posts recently where the issue has been Security FOB battery issues, including one of mine. Just a helpful reminder that it's a good idea for everyone to get familiar with their PIN (security code) and the process whereby one can enter them manually. Seems that lately everyone has experienced this problem at home, or close to where they can log on to the forum for help. But, what if the batteries go out while you're at a remote location?

    Understand that I don't want to appear to be preaching to anyone, I simply don't want a fellow rider to experience bad FOB batteries and get stranded or have to spend $s for help.
    1 person likes this.
  7. HDDon

    HDDon Experienced Member Contributor Retired Moderators

    I don't have a security sys. but the suggestion by CYCLOPS sounds like a good idea. Does everyone who has a security sys know about this procedure?
  8. dbinbc

    dbinbc Active Member

    The procedure to over ride the security system by keying in your security code is in the bike's manual. There is also a punch-out wallet card in the back to be carried with you so you don't even have to memorize the instructions. Very easy to do but its is good to have the card with you when the bike won't start and stress levels are up. For anyone who does not know their security code, don't worry about it, just use the instructions for changing your code and key in a new one that you can remember. Just keep in mind that in order to create a new code, you need a working FOB on hand at the time.
  9. gusotto

    gusotto Junior Member

    I always carry an extra FOB battery.... just in case.
  10. billnapabill

    billnapabill Active Member

    Terry..........My 07 Road Glide had the same intermittant problem. The Dealer said it was the Run/Stop switch and changed it out but every time the bike got hot the same thing happened. Turn on the main switch, run/stop in "Run", hit the start and nothing. I finally got a piece of insulated wire and jumped across the starter solinoid and the bike started. I never did figure out if it was the starter switch or something wrong with the solinoid. I finally installed another wire from the hot pole on the starter to a push button to the start pole on the solinoid. The bike starts every time now.