Unplug the tender from the outlet or extension cord and plug it right back in. The light should go to green if it is charged, if not something may not be connected properly, most likely at the battery. If your connections are all good, it could be the battery tender.
The other option is that you have a bad regulator and there was a VIN recall on those. That should be looked into, as well. My tender did not indicate a full charge until the regulator was changed out under warranty.
It is the HD battery tender. It worked last week with no problems. This week solid amber for 12 hours. Pulled the fuse and the amber flashed, replaced the fuse and checked all the connections, all tight. Is there a way to check the voltage with a voltmeter from the tender without killing myself? Don't think the battery is already bad on a 2013 model.
Disclaimer...... Im in no way affilitated with or get any compensation from D2moto. Now with that said.... FYI for those that use the sintered D2Moto pads. If you were unable to order them because they were out of stock THEY ARE CURRENTLY IN STOCK. I just ordered a bunch to have on hand as I'm...
Adding a tour pack and would like some recommendations between the chopped and regular. Rarely carry a passenger and usually do long day rides. I’m leaning towards the chopped because of the look but want to ensure I’m not neglecting functionality.
I just got one of these kits HD part #69060-90G for $44.95. It is the stock horn for the 2014 models and since the stock horn on my bike SUCKS I thought I would give the new horn a try.
I haven't put it on yet I am going to do that in a bit so I don't know if it is much better than the stock...
Just ordered Hog liners stretched saddle bag liners. Without a liner my shields and glasses get scratched up. Anyone using them? The reviews are good. I was going to just felt line them. But these carpets are water proof and gives a flat bottom to the bags.
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