Question about Husqvarna Motorcycles
Posted by Anonymous on
MIGHT HAVE BLOWN THE FUSIBLE LINK IN THE POSITIVE CABLE THE ONLY FIX IS TO REPLACE IT
Posted on Jan 11, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Put the key in ignition and leave in the on position for 20 minutes and it should start after that. I had the same problem with a 99 chev silverado an it worked for that. Hope it get you going. Thanks.Bear001
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
Your computer stats are gone, the computer was reset when battery was disconnected, your radio is in theft mode, the radio is waiting on a code to be entered. The reason it does this is so if the radio was stolen it cant be used without the code.
Look in your owners manual and see if the code is recorded there, if not call a local dealer and they can look it up, they will usually do it for free, if not you will have to take the front bezel off and see if you can see the code printed on the top of the radio. Let me know if I can assist further and please rate this solution. lone99star
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Posted on Jan 11, 2009
It could be your neutral safety switch. It could be the starter relay which is located in the fuse panel box. It could be the smaller wire going to the starter could be loose or corroded.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
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