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2001 Harley Davidson Touring H-D Service Manual & 2001 H-D Electrical Diagnostics Manual for Harley Models: FLHTCUI Ultra Classic Electra Glide (2001), FLHTC/I Electra Glide Classic (2001), FLHT Electra Glide Standard (2001), FLTR/I Road Glide (2001), FLHRCI Road King Classic (2001), FLHR/I Road King (2001) and also contains the 2001 H-D FLT Police Model Service Manual Supplement and 2001 H-D FLTRSEI2 Service Manual Supplement.
2002 Harley Davidson Touring Service Manual & 2002 H-D Touring Electrical Diagnostic Manual for models: FLHTCUI Ultra Classic Electra Glide (2002), FLHTC/FLHTCI Electra Glide Classic (2002), FLHT Electra Glide Standard (2002), FLHTCUI Ultra Classic Electra Glide (2002), FLTR/I Road Glide (2002), FLHRCI Road King Classic (2002), FLHR Road King (2002), 2002 FLT Police Models Service Manual Supplement and 2002 FLTRSEI2 Model Service Manual Supplement.
2003 Harley Davidson Touring 2003 H-D Touring Service Manual, 2003 H-D Electrical Diagnostics Manual, 2003 H-D Police Model Service Manual Supplement and 2003 H-D FLHRSEI2 Service Manual Supplement for: 2003 Harley-Davidson FLHTCUI Ultra Classic- Electra Glide, 2003 Harley-Davidson FLHR/FLHRI Road King, 2003 Harley-Davidson FLHT Electra Glide -Standard, 2003 Harley-Davidson FLHRCI Road King -Classic, 2003 Harley-Davidson FLTR/FLTRI Road Glide, 2003 Harley-Davidson FLHTC/FLHTCI Electra Glide- Classic, 2003 FLHP, FLHTP and FLHRSEI2.
2004 Harley Touring Service Repair Manual & Electrical Diagnostics Manual For: 2004 H-D FLT Police Model, 2004 H-D FLHTCSE, FLHRS/I Road King Custom (2004), FLHTCUI Ultra Classic Electra Glide (2004), FLHTC/I Electra Glide Classic (2004), FLHT/I Electra Glide Standard (2004), FLTRI Road Glide (2004), FLHRCI Road King Classic (2004), FLHR/I Road King (2004).
2005 Harley Davidson Touring Service Repair Manual & Electrical Diagnostics Manual For: FLHRS/FLHRSI Road King Custom (2005) FLHTCUI Ultra Classic Electra Glide (2005), FLHTC/FLHTCI Electra Glide Classic (2005), FLHT/FLHTI Electra Glide Standard (2005), FLHTCUI Ultra Classic Electra Glide (2005), FLTRI Road Glide (2005), FLHRCI Road King Classic (2005), FLHR/FLHRI Road King (2005), 2005 H-D Touring Electrical Diagnostic Manual (800+ pages), 2005 FLT Police Models Service Manual Supplement and 2005 FLHTCSE 2 Model Service Manual Supplement.
2006 Harley Davidson Touring Motorcycle Service Manual for: 2006 FLHX Street Glide, 2006 FLHT Electra Glide Standard, 2006 FLHTC Electra Glide Classic, 2006 FLHTCU Electra Glide Ultra Classic, 2006 FLTR Road 2006 Glide, FLTRI Road Glide.
2007 Harley Davidson Touring Service Repair Manual & Electrical Diagnostics Manual For: (2007) FLHT Electra Glide Standard (2007), FLHR Road King (2007), FLHTC Electra Glide Classic (2007), FLHRS Road King Custom (2007), FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide (2007), FLHRC Road King Classic (2007), FLTR Road Glide (2007), FLHX Street Glide (2007).
2008 Harley Davidson Touring Motorcycle Factory Service Manual for: FLHT Electra Glide Standard, FLHR Road King, FLHTC Electra Glide Classic, FLHRC Road King Classic, FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide, FLHTCU ANV 105th Anniversary Ultra Classic Electra Glide, FLHRC ANV 105th Anniversary Road King Classic, FLTR Road Glide, FLHX Street Glide, 2008 FLT Police Models Service Manual Supplement, 2008 FLHTCUSE 3 Model Service Manual Supplement.
2009 Harley Davidson Touring Motorcycle Factory Service Manual for: 2009 FLHT Electra Glide, 2009 FLHTC/U Ultra Classic*Electra Glide with Side Car, 09 FLTR Road Glide, 09 FLHX Street Glide, 09 FLHR Road King Shrine, FLHRC Road King classic, FLHTC Electra Glide Classic.
A single 12-volt battery system is standard factory installed equipment on Harley Davidson Touring models. Refer to the Touring service manual for the service information for the battery system which covers the following related components in further detail elsewhere in this service manual:
Battery - The battery provides a reliable
means of storing a renewable source of electrical
energy within the motorcycle.
Battery Cable - The battery cables connect the
battery terminal posts to the motorcycle electrical system.
Battery Hold down - The battery hold down
hardware secures the battery in the battery tray in
Battery Tray - The battery tray provides a
secure mounting location in the bike for the battery
and an anchor point for the battery holddown
For battery system maintenance schedules and jump starting procedures, refer to the Harley Touring manual located on the home page. Optionally, refer to Lubrication and Maintenance for the recommended battery maintenance schedules and for the proper battery jump starting procedures. While battery charging can be considered a maintenance procedure, the battery charging procedures and related information are located in the standard procedures section of the service manual. This was done because the battery must be fully-charged before any battery system diagnosis or testing procedures can be performed. Refer to Standard procedures for the proper battery charging procedures.
The battery system is designed to provide a safe, efficient, reliable and mobile means of producing, delivering and storing electrical energy. This electrical energy is required to operate the engine starting system, as well as to operate many of the other instruments & accessory systems for limited durations while the engine and/or the charging system are not operating. The battery system is also designed to provide a reserve of electrical energy to supplement the charging system for short durations while the engine is running and the electrical current demands of the chopper exceed the output of the charging system. In addition to producing, delivering, and storing electrical energy for the Harley Davidson Touring motorcycle, the battery system serves as a capacitor and voltage stabilizer for the motorcycles electrical system. It absorbs most abnormal or transient voltages caused by the switching of any of the electrical components or circuits in the bike.
DIAGNOSIS AND TESTING - BATTERY SYSTEM - Refer to the service manual for battery and testing procedures.
TYPICAL BATTERY PROBLEMS
THE BATTERY SEEMS WEAK OR DEAD WHEN ATTEMPTING TO START THE ENGINE.
THE BATTERY STATE OF CHARGE CANNOT BE MAINTAINED.
THE BATTERY WILL NOT ACCEPT A CHARGE.
See Table 8-3 in service manual. The voltmeter test provides a general indicator of battery condition. Check the voltage of the battery to verify that it is in a 100% fully charged condition. If the open circuit (disconnected) voltage reading is below 12.6V, charge the battery and then recheck the voltage after the battery has set for one to two hours. If the voltage reading is 12.8V or above, perform the LOAD TEST described in this section.
The load test measures battery performance under full current
load and is the best indicator of battery condition. To
load test the battery, proceed as follows: SEE SERVICE MANUALS FOR DETAILS
2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 & 2009 FLHTCUI, FLHTC/I, FLHT, FLTR, FLTRI, FLHRCI, FLHR, FLHRI, FLT, FLTRSEI2, FLHP, FLHTP, FLHRCI, FLHRS, FLHRSI, FLHX, FLHTC, FLHTCU, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09
Battery positive cable
Battery positive (+) terminal.
Battery negative cable.
Battery negative (-) terminal.
Battery positive cable and main circuit breaker ring terminals.
Voltage 12V Amperes – 28 AH @ 20 Hour Rate
The H-D Battery Tender Automatic Battery Charger.
Overcharging or boiling