Has anyone else had this problem. On Sept 23rd I purchased a '17 FLTRU. It has been amazing to realize the improvements over my '09 FLTRSE3. However, on 20 May I had traveled to San Francisco, via Chico, CA, some 655 miles. The bike ran perfectly. Then when leaving the Bay Bridge toll booth the bike started to bogged down, lurch, and want to kill. I finally made it into San Francisco and codes 107 and 113 showed. It seems that the sensors to the TMAP and air intake has come unplugged. I found that if I kept RPM's between 1500-2000 when slowing down the engine would not kill. At 3000 RMP the bike ran like it should. When I returned I took the bike to my dealer who reconnected the sensors. Unfortunately the TMAP sensor is located UNDER the tank.
I noticed when traveling to San Francisco that the bike would start with the bike in gear and the clutch pulled only in the morning, but after I had been on the road for a while, I could only start in Neutral. Unfortunately that problem was not fixed when the sensors were reconnected. Is there a sensor for the clutch which can be easily accessed to cure this problem. Navigating the hills of San Francisco is not a place which one wants to engine to kill, necessitating shifting into neutral to start then shifting to low, all the while on a steep uphill grade.