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|02-12-2019 08:10 PM|
[QUOTE=Thermodyne;4571499] Or I should say, pulling the main fuse with the key on is the way to do it. It disarms the security if equipped,
+1exact what's in my user manual.
|02-10-2019 02:11 PM|
Originally Posted by geo8866 View Post
|02-10-2019 11:58 AM|
Originally Posted by RGKen View Post
|02-09-2019 12:42 PM|
|Ray26||Didn’t know I should do either when putting my 13 inch road 6 customs on but it’s easy enough to clear codes after install. Plenty of videos on you tube showing how to clear codes|
|02-06-2019 09:36 PM|
|fatchoppers||I just did my 2013 bars without disconnecting battery or pulling main fuse. Didn’t even think about doing it. Ooops|
|02-01-2019 10:41 PM|
|RoadglideinMO||Best to live by the rules set back in the ole fraternity days "When in doubt, better pull it out"|
|02-01-2019 03:32 PM|
|prostar||Cant hurt to pull it|
|12-10-2018 07:34 PM|
Originally Posted by Hammerhandle View Post
|12-10-2018 07:16 PM|
Originally Posted by craigffb View Post
|12-10-2018 01:16 PM|
Pulling the main fuse first is the safe way to do it. Or I should say, pulling the main fuse with the key on is the way to do it. It disarms the security if equipped, and is less likely to arc and cause a spike as there is load on the circuit to draw it down. And most of all, its quick and easy. After that, the starter is still hot, so you would disconed the ground cable to kill that, and makes the scooter basically inert.
Now with that said, some people just work em hot. As you get deeper into the system diagnostics, you'll find that there are times when you'll have the scooter in pieces and need to observe live circuits.
And some techs will even add backup power before killing power to the radio, just because some folks bitch if you kill their radio presets.
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