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Blow job for my EHC

Discussion in 'Ignition / Electronics / Batteries' started by SKOGDOG, Mar 26, 2017.

  1. BWG56

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    You just hit the nail on the head Cdoggy:old2::old2:
     
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    Thanks![​IMG] :old2::oldlaugh:
     
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    If Axels EHC 58 work on your model - Garantee is two years and you can program the ehc module functions like you prefer.
    (example flasher lights up 20/ 40 times, brakelight flashes before burn, showblinking and so on.) Maybe the PIC of the connectors is helpful for see it fits your dog? Programming is easy and can be changed more times. For better understanding: I thought wrong in my case - thought my ehc was gone bad - only in my case was another error. - No Critic on your detection. If I would know all, I have another shoes and can walk over the water. Wish good hands for repair your bike. EHC 58.jpg
     
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    I would have liked to simply replace 1 plug-in unit instead of rewiring the whole bike with DOC's esc, but I would have always been skeptical about leaving that dodgy excuse for a factory headlight harness in play. By redoing the whole thing, I feel a lot safer riding the bike.
     
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    Your right bout that, and now you know its done right, no worries
     
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    What about the vibration and the desk top computer type connectors on the factory harness.
     
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    You sure your name is not really Axel?
     
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    2 Axels
     
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    I wonder if the OP ever fixed the problem or just blows it every morning
     
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    Seems to have been a fluke occurerence. Didn't happen again on the trip and we got colder weather.

    Sent from my 2PS64 using Tapatalk
     
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    1. Update...no further occurrence, but my speedo was delayed is firing up yesterday when we left Tucson in a chill. After a half hour or so, it flicked on. Interestingly, it did not register the odo miles. when we fueled up, my reading was less than the rest of them.Tomorrow is going to be cold (hi 30's), so I'll have an update.
     
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    It will, its just a matter of time, been there done that. Then wait for it to happen when its not that cold, ask me how I know.
     
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    Absolutely -- once that EHC starts to react to cold - its a slippery slope.
    If the speedo started not reading might be time to consider a Dakota Digital.
    That's how one of my speedo's failed -- Had a cold day coming home from Maryland and would be off, ride a bit it would come on, stop for lunch etc would go off, would come on randomly going down the road.

    I've had a series of speedp's between my 2 k-9's and my BMC and I must say that the Dakota Digital has been the best and most reliable (2 of them with NO problems at all)
     
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    Mine was the speedo, then the lights, then the turn signals. We had good days and bad. It's like riding down a gravel road. Your happy your riding but can't wait to get back on stable ground. Replace the EHC because it's not a matter of IF now, it's a matter of when it's going to leave you stranded! Call and order a RIP
     
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