Starting Problems 2006 FLSTCI

Question I have a starting problems 2006 FLSTCI and just put a 95 big bore kit in with SE 211 cams and now the bike will not start. Trouble shooting we found it has no spark. It had a power commander 3 USB in it and I removed that and still nothing. Any suggestions?


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Answer Hi Marc,

The Power Commander only modifies the signal sent from the ECM. Chances are the ECM has burnt out, from what it is impossible to say. When a scanalizer is plugged in, does it show any codes?



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5 Responses to “Starting Problems 2006 FLSTCI”
  1. Tom Allen

    My 2006 FXD35 ran fine when put away last November. I have no spark and the fuel pump does not run when I turn the key on and hit the run switch. The engine light icon comes on and goes off as if the fuel pump was working. I have checked all the simple stuff like .fuse, battery and connections. The Power Commander green lights go up and down the scale and show 0 for fuel. I think it could be the ECM. What do you think? I did pull the fuel pump to test it and it turns fine. Since I had it out I changed the filter after 10 years why not.

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  2. Lorna

    Starting problem with our 94 softtail. Recent ly replaced starter. Sometimes turns rightonver. Others just click clickclick. Best advice?

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    • Customer Service

      What you describe is typically caused by a low battery.
      Make sure that you are using a quality, fully charged battery and that your battery cables are clean and secure.
      If the battery that you are using is in question, you can take it to a local garage to have it load tested.
      Suggest performing a full charging system test
      https://www.fixmyhog.com/video/charging-system-diagnosis-002187/

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    • Customer Service

      Hello Lorna,

      Make sure that you are using a quality, fully charged battery and that your battery cables are clean and secure.
      HD batteries are best. Yuasa, Spike & Drag Specialties batteries are also better quality than most of what is available.
      If the condition of your battery is in question, bring it to a local garage to have it load tested.
      Suggest performing a full charging system test.
      https://www.fixmyhog.com/video/charging-system-diagnosis-002187/

      Thanks,
      Mark FMH Video Membership

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