2006 FLHTC Radio Problem

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by Big-Daddy46, Jul 12, 2008.

  1. Big-Daddy46

    Big-Daddy46 New Member

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    harmon kardon radio i used to love it till lately now i will be crusin down the highway and it will just blow a fuse for no apparnt reason has a 15 amp fuse thinking of trying a 20 amp any better advice. bought bike new wish i would have kept my old harley have had a few problems with this one and only has 11000 miles on it it also has the early injectors but my dealer said they dont replace them unless there is a problem is this right? seems like a lot (EDITED) comes out of harley and its dealers anymore like once you buy it its your problem no matter what. this post is not a flame to harley just an aggraveted owner who wish he had a EVO powered Harley.:bigsmiley19:
     
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  2. glider

    glider Veteran Member

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    15 amp is standard on most bikes. Replacing it with a 20 could damage the wiring on the bike if it overloads it. Sounds like a wiring problem.
     
  3. whatyardwork

    whatyardwork Banned

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    Seems I hear this more and more with Harley.Ive had a few small SNAFU'S with my new one and recieved the same brush off.Ive now resorted to asking the service manager for every complaint to be documented with me recieving a copy..Seems we have some pretty strong consumer protection laws here in Mass.Three strikes for the same problem and they eat the bike.
     
  4. glider

    glider Veteran Member

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    Excellent idea that everyone should do., and to that I can add to make sure that they log YOUR complaint just as you tell it. They have a way of overlooking or minimizing it.
     
  5. rbmount

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    You may still be under warranty. Check with your dealer. We had to order a refurb radio for one 2 weeks ago that was doing the same thing.