fault code

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by stuart, Mar 9, 2009.

  1. stuart

    stuart Member

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    electrics does any one know what the fault code 37 on a 1998 roadking classic is?:(
     
  2. flraider

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    that would be low battery voltage
     
  3. glider

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  4. stuart

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    thanks flraider, glider yeah my bike started to spluter and miss then went
    on to one cylinder spoke to roadnsport the hd dealer in hamilton nz but
    they were a bit puzzled about it, they sugested it was a bad coil or the
    crank sensor it starts ok but after a while it starts to miss and the engine
    light comes on then it just goes on to single cylinder almost like its flooding
    i hope to get it to them soon as we are running out of daylight saving hours
    soon cheers stuart:)
     
  5. glider

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    You can test the crank sensor two ways. Heat it up when it's cold or cool it with some freon when it's hot and acting up and see how the engine responds to it. Makes it easier to diagnose it. There was some problems with them back then.
     
  6. stuart

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    thanks i will look into that could be useful

    hey glider its stuart i had the fault code happening checked cranksensor it is melted on
    the top where wire goes in,charged battery then started bike stopped bike code 16
    flashed then bike wouldnt start let cool down then it starts again??? any ideas

    i had issues with 1998 roadking checked crank sensor its melted where wire
    goes in recharged battery bike starts perfect turn off code16 turns up
    then bike wont start till cooled down any ideas?? 16 i think is battery voltage
    but its just been charged.
     
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