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Controls and Indicators

General: Controls and Indicators


en Warning

Read the CONTROLS AND INDICATORS section before riding your motorcycle. Failure to understand the operation of the motorcycle could result in death or serious injury. (00043a)

Some features explained are unique to certain models. These features may be available as accessories for your Harley-Davidson motorcycle. See a Harley-Davidson dealer for a complete list of accessories that will fit your specific motorcycle.

Ignition Switch


en Warning

The automatic-on headlamp feature provides increased visibility of the rider to other motorists. Be sure headlamp is on at all times. Poor visibility of rider to other motorists can result in death or serious injury. (00030b)

See YOUR OWNER'S MANUAL section. Be sure to record all your key numbers in the space provided at the front of this book.

See Ignition/Headlamp Key Switch. The ignition switch controls electrical functions of the motorcycle.

en Warning

Do not operate vehicle with forks locked. Locking the forks restricts the vehicle's turning ability, which could result in death or serious injury. (00035a)

en Caution

Protect your vehicle against theft. Failure to lock the motorcycle after parking could result in theft and/or equipment damage. (00151b)

en Caution

Do not lubricate barrel locks with petroleum based lubricants or graphite. Inoperative locks may result. (00152a)

NOTES:
  • Harley-Davidson recommends removing key from ignition/fork lock before operating motorcycle. If you do not remove key, it can fall out during operation.
  • ACCESS/ACCESSORY - Accessories and hazard warning flasher can be turned on. Instrument lamps are on. Brake lamp and horn can be activated. Key may be removed.
  • The lamps illuminate when the switch is in the IGNITION position, as required by law in some localities.

Ignition/Headlamp Switch Positions

MODEL

FUNCTION

LABEL

OPERATION

FLHR

FLHRC

Switch

Switch is locked or unlocked by lifting switch cover, inserting key and turning key counterclockwise to lock, clockwise to unlock. Key may be removed in any position.

OFF

Ignition, lamps and accessories are off.

ACCESSORY

Accessories are on. Hazard warning flashers can be left on. Instrument lamps are on. Brake lamp and horn can be activated.*

IGNITION

Ignition, lamps and accessories are on.*

Other models

Key Lock

LOCK

Locks the switch in either the FORK LOCK or ACCESS switch position. Remove the key for security.

UNLOCK

Unlocks the switch. Unlocked, the switch can be rotated to any of the 4 positions. To prevent loss when riding, remove the key.

Switch

FORK LOCK

Locks fork in left position to discourage unauthorized use of vehicle when parked. See Fork Lock for operation.

OFF

When switch is in OFF position, the ignition, lamps and accessories are off.

IGNITION

When the switch is in the IGNITION position, the motorcycle can be started and all lamps and accessories will operate.

ACCESS

When the switch is in the ACCESS position, the instrument lamps and accessories will operate but the engine can not be started. Brake lamp and horn can be activated. In ACCESS, the switch can be locked.

* International models have an additional function. Position lamp and tail lamp are also on.



Ignition/Headlamp Key Switch
  1. All except FLHR/FLHRC models
  2. FLHR/FLHRC models (cover shown closed)
  3. FLHR/FLHRC models (cover shown open)

Ignition/Headlamp Key Switch

Fork Lock


en Caution

Protect your vehicle against theft. Failure to lock the motorcycle after parking could result in theft and/or equipment damage. (00151b)

Using the fork lock immediately after parking your motorcycle will discourage unauthorized use or theft when parking your motorcycle.

See Fork Lock: FLHR/FLHRC. On FLHR/FLHRC models, the fork lock is located at the top of the steering head, behind the headlamp nacelle and inset in the handlebar clamp shroud.

See Ignition/Headlamp Key Switch. On other models, the fork lock is integrated into the ignition switch.

NOTE:

Do not force the switch into the locked position or switch damage can occur.

en Warning

Do not operate vehicle with forks locked. Locking the forks restricts the vehicle's turning ability, which could result in death or serious injury. (00035a)

To Lock Fork on FLHR/FLHRC Models


  1. Turn fork to full left position.

  2. See Fork Lock: FLHR/FLHRC. Insert key and turn key counterclockwise to LOCK position. Remove key.

  3. To unlock fork, insert key and turn clockwise to UNLOCK position. Remove key.

To Lock Fork on Other Models


  1. Turn fork to full left position.

  2. See Ignition/Headlamp Key Switch. Turn switch knob to FORK LOCK and push knob down.

  3. Insert key and turn key to LOCK position. Remove key.

  4. To unlock fork, insert key and turn to UNLOCK position. Remove key and rotate switch knob out from the FORK LOCK position.

Fork Lock: FLHR/FLHRC
  1. Unlock
  2. Lock

Fork Lock: FLHR/FLHRC

Hand Controls: Basic Operation


Electric Starter Switch


NOTE:

Off/Run switch MUST be in RUN position to operate engine.

See Basic Handlebar Controls (typical). The electric starter switch is located on the right handlebar control group. See Starting the Engine for detailed operation procedures.

  1. Put the engine off/run switch in the RUN position and the transmission in neutral. Neutral (green) indicator lamp should be illuminated.

  2. See Ignition/Headlamp Key Switch. Turn ignition/headlamp key switch to IGNITION and push the START switch to operate starter motor.

Engine OFF/RUN Switch


See Basic Handlebar Controls (typical). The engine off/run switch (6) turns the ignition power ON or OFF. The engine off/run switch is located on the right handlebar control. Push the top portion of the engine off/run switch to turn off ignition power and shut the engine off. Push the bottom portion of the engine off/run switch to turn on ignition power.

NOTES:
  • The engine off/run switch must be in the RUN position to start or operate the engine.
  • The engine off/run switch should be used to shut the engine off.
  1. To shut the engine off, push the top of the off/run switch to the ignition OFF position.

  2. See Ignition/Headlamp Key Switch. Turn the ignition key to the OFF position to turn the ignition power completely OFF.

Throttle Control Grip


See Basic Handlebar Controls (typical). The throttle control grip (8) is located on the right handlebar control and is operated with the right hand.

To reduce rider fatigue on long trips, a spring loaded throttle friction adjustment screw (9) is located at the bottom of the throttle grip clamp on non-cruise equipped models.

  1. Slowly turn throttle control grip clockwise (toward the front of the motorcycle) to close the throttle (decelerate).

  2. Slowly turn throttle control grip counterclockwise (toward rear of motorcycle) to open the throttle (accelerate).

  3. en Warning

    Do not tighten throttle friction adjustment screw to the point where the engine will not return to idle automatically. Over-tightening can lead to loss of vehicle control, which could result in death or serious injury. (00031b)

  4. Unscrew the throttle friction adjustment screw so the throttle returns to the idle position when the hand is removed from the grip.

  5. Screw the throttle adjustment screw in to increase friction on grip. This provides a damping effect on throttle motion.

NOTE:

The throttle friction adjustment screw should not be used under normal stop and go operating conditions.

Clutch Hand Lever


en Warning

Do not position fingers between hand control lever and handlebar grip. Improper hand positioning can impair control lever operation and cause loss of vehicle control, which could result in death or serious injury. (00032a)

See Basic Handlebar Controls (typical). The clutch hand lever (1) is located on the left handlebar and is operated with the fingers of the left hand.

  1. Slowly pull clutch hand lever in against handlebar grip to fully disengage clutch.

  2. Shift to first gear using the gear shifter lever. See Gear Shift Lever.

  3. Slowly release the clutch hand lever to engage clutch.

A clutch switch is incorporated into the left handlebar switch assembly. It enables the rider to start the vehicle in any gear as long as the clutch lever is pulled in. If the clutch is not disengaged, the vehicle will not start when in gear.

Horn Switch


See Basic Handlebar Controls (typical). The horn is operated by pushing on the horn switch (2) located on the left handlebar control group.

Headlamp Dimmer Switch


See Basic Handlebar Controls (typical). The headlamp dimmer switch (3) is located on the left handlebar. The switch has two positions to activate the headlamps high or low beams.

  • Press the top of the headlamp dimmer beam switch to activate the high beam.
  • Press the bottom of the headlamp dimmer switch to return to the low beam.

See Indicator Lamps (Typical). The (blue) high beam indicator lamp will illuminate when the high beam is on.

Turn Signal Switches


See Basic Handlebar Controls (typical). Each handlebar control group contains a turn signal switch.

  • The right turn signal switch (10) operates the right front and right rear flashing lamps.
  • The left turn signal switch (4) operates the left front and left rear flashing lamps.
NOTE:

Front turn signal lamps also function as running lamps (except International models).

Audio/CB Control Switches


On equipped models, the audio/CB control switches (11) set up and operate functions within the Advanced Audio System.

For vehicles with an audio system, see Advanced Audio System for detailed operation.

Cruise Control Switches


On equipped models, the cruise control switches (12) automatically regulate the speed of the vehicle.

For vehicles with cruise control, see Cruise Control for detailed operation.

Basic Handlebar Controls (typical)
  1. Clutch hand lever
  2. Horn switch
  3. Headlamp dimmer switch
  4. Left turn signal switch
  5. Electric starter switch
  6. Engine off/run switch
  7. Brake hand lever
  8. Throttle control grip
  9. Throttle friction adjusting screw (not shown, not used on cruise control models)
  10. Right turn signal switch
  11. Audio/CB switches (if equipped)
  12. Cruise control switches (if equipped)

Basic Handlebar Controls (typical)

Heated Hand Grips


See Heated Hand Grips. Models with heated hand grips have a variable heat control dial located on the end of the left hand grip.

Rotate the control dial to align the desired setting with the arrow on the grip. The heat settings range from 1 (minimum) to 6 (peak). Rotate to the OFF icon to turn off heat.

The hand grips are thermostatically-controlled, providing a constant grip temperature regardless of changes in the outside temperature. To prevent battery drain, heated hand grips should only be used while the engine is running.

If the hand grips are not producing heat, see Heated Hand Grips.

Heated Hand Grips
  1. Control dial
  2. Heat off

Heated Hand Grips

Electronic Throttle Control (ETC)


The motorcycle is equipped with Electronic Throttle Control (ETC). Instead of using a mechanical cable connection to the throttle body, this technology uses redundant grip sensors to indicate rider requested throttle position to the Electronic Control Module (ECM). The ECM then regulates proper fuel/air intake and ignition timing based on the rider request. The grip sensor is manufactured with internal cams and spring retainer for natural feel and operation.

In the event of a component failure, the ETC operation is designed for rider safety and continued motorcycle operation. The Electronic Control Module monitors the status of the grip sensors, throttle plate actuation and airflow. If any problems are detected, the motorcycle will disable cruise control, illuminate the engine check lamp, and revert to one of the following fallback modes.

ETC Limited Performance Mode


The rider will experience near-normal operation. The motorcycle will operate with provisions to guard against unintended acceleration.

ETC Power Management Mode


The throttle plate actuator returns to an "idle detent" or "limp-home" position, which will provide enough torque to achieve speed of about 25 mph 40 kph . The motorcycle's response to grip sensor input is significantly reduced.

ETC Forced Idle Mode


The throttle plate actuator is forced to a "fast idle" position, which will provide enough torque to crawl, but not enough torque to operate at traffic speeds.

ETC Forced Shutdown Mode


The engine is forced to shut down.

Turn Signal Switch Operation


The turn signal switches are used by the turn signal module to control turn signal operation based on vehicle speed, vehicle acceleration and turn completion.

Momentarily press the desired turn signal switch. The turn signal lamps will begin and continue flashing until they are manually or automatically cancelled. As long as the motorcycle is stationary, the signals will flash.

NOTES:
  • If you are signaling to turn in one direction and you press the switch for the opposite turn signal, the first signal is cancelled and the opposite side begins flashing.
  • If you want to stop the lamps from flashing, briefly press the turn signal switch a second time. The turn signal lamps will stop flashing.
  • If a turn signal indicator is flashing at a high rate, a turn signal bulb is not operating. Exercise caution and use hand signals. Replace defective components immediately.

Hazard Warning


4-Way Flashers


Should it be necessary to park along side a roadway, 4-way flashers can be activated as a hazard warning to traffic.

Activate: Turn the ignition/headlamp key switch to IGNITION and simultaneously press the left and right turn signal switches. The switch can then be turned to the OFF or ACCESSORY position and locked. The flashers will continue for two hours.

Deactivate: Turn the ignition/headlamp key switch to IGNITION and simultaneously press the left and right turn signal switches.

4-Way Flashers with Security System


If it should be necessary to leave the motorcycle parked along side a roadway unattended, the 4-way flashers can be activated and the Harley-Davidson Smart Security System can be armed. See Arming and Disarming.

Indicator Lamps


See Indicator Lamps (Typical). Five indicator lamps are provided.

  • The left and right green TURN indicators, located on the ends of the indicator bar, flash when a turn signal is activated. When the 4-way hazard flashers are operating, both turn indicators will flash simultaneously.
  • The blue BEAM indicator lamp, when lit, signals high beam headlamp operation.
  • The green NEUTRAL lamp, when lit, signals the transmission is in neutral gear.
  • The red OIL indicator lamp, when lit, signals that oil is not circulating through the engine.
NOTE:

The OIL indicator lamp will glow when the ignition is turned on prior to starting engine. With engine running, lamp should be off when engine speed is above idle.

Several other circumstances that could cause the red oil indicator lamp to signal, include the following:

  • If the oil pressure indicator lamp does not go off at speeds above idling, it is usually because of an empty oil tank or diluted oil.
  • In freezing weather the oil feed may clog with ice and sludge, preventing oil circulation.
  • A grounded oil signal switch wire.
  • A faulty signal switch.
  • A damaged or improperly installed check valve.
  • Trouble with the pump.
en Caution

If the oil pressure indicator lamp remains lit, always check the oil supply first. If the oil supply is normal and the lamp is still lit, stop the engine at once and do not ride further until the trouble is located and the necessary repairs are made. Failure to do so may result in engine damage. (00157a)

Indicator Lamps (Typical)
  1. Left turn
  2. High beam
  3. Neutral
  4. Oil
  5. Right turn

Indicator Lamps (Typical)

Instruments


Speedometer


en Warning

Travel at speeds appropriate for road and conditions and never travel faster than posted speed limit. Excessive speed can cause loss of vehicle control, which could result in death or serious injury. (00008a)

See Instruments (Typical). The speedometer registers miles per hour (U.S. models) or kilometers per hour (international models) of forward speed. The speedometer also provides the following selectable functions:

  • Odometer
  • Trip odometers A and B
  • 12 or 24 hour clock (if radio not installed)
  • Fuel range function

The speedometer has a single display window for the above functions. If an Advanced Audio System is installed, the radio will provide the clock function.

  1. See Instruments (Typical). Pressing the function switch with the ignition switch in any position will activate the odometer reading and time. Time and mileage/kilometers may be checked without unlocking ignition switch. Press and release function switch once to view odometer. Press and release switch again to display time.

  2. To check mileage on trip odometers, the ignition switch must be in the ACC or IGNITION position. Press and release the function switch until the desired trip odometer reading is displayed. An A or B in the upper left of the display window identifies trip odometers.

  3. To reset or zero trip odometers, have desired (A or B) odometer in display window. Press function switch and hold switch for 2-3 seconds. The trip odometer will be reset to zero.

  4. Repeat the previous step if you wish to zero both trip odometers.

Setting Clock


If the motorcycle is equipped with an Advanced Audio System, see the Advanced Audio System section in this manual to set the clock in the radio.

  1. Turn the ignition switch to ACC or IGNITION.

  2. See Instruments (Typical). Press function switch until time (hour and minutes) is displayed. Press and hold the function switch for five seconds or until 12HR begins to blink in the speedometer display window. Release the button.

  3. Press and release the function switch once to advance to a blinking 24HR or military style time display. Each time you press and release the button, the display will switch between 12HR and 24HR.

  4. When the desired time style is displayed, press and hold the function switch for five seconds. The display will switch to the time display with the hours blinking.

  5. NOTE:

    There is no AM or PM time setting required. So when correct hour is reached, press and hold function switch to advance to minute setting.

  6. Press and release the function switch repeatedly to advance the hours. Each time you press and release the switch, the display will advance one hour.

  7. When the correct hour is displayed, press and hold the function switch for five seconds. The minutes display will start blinking.

  8. Press and release the function switch repeatedly to advance the minutes display. Each time you press and release the button, the display will advance one minute.

  9. When the correct minutes are displayed, press and hold the function switch for five seconds. The minutes display will stop blinking, indicating that the clock has been set.

  10. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

Tachometer


en Caution

See OPERATING RECOMMENDATIONS section. Do not operate the engine above maximum safe RPM as shown under OPERATION (red zone on tachometer). Lower the RPM by upshifting to a higher gear or reducing the amount of throttle. Failure to lower RPM may cause equipment damage. (00159a)

See Instruments (Typical). The tachometer measures the engine speed in revolutions per minute (RPM).

Tip Indicator Lamp


en Warning

If tip occurs, check all controls for proper operation. Restricted control movement can adversely affect the performance of the brakes, clutch or ability to shift, which could result in loss of vehicle control and death or serious injury. (00350a)

Should motorcycle be tipped over, the word "tip" will appear in the odometer window. Engine will not start until reset. To reset, cycle ignition/headlamp key switch ON-OFF-ON.

Fuel Gauge


The fuel gauge indicates the approximate amount of fuel in the fuel tank(s) and is located to left of the speedometer or on the left front panel of the fairing.

NOTE:

The FLHR left side fuel cap is a fuel gauge only. Do not remove.

Oil Pressure Gauge


Some vehicles are equipped with an oil pressure gauge. The oil pressure gauge indicates engine oil pressure and is located on the fairing front panel. Engine oil pressure will normally vary from 5 PSI 34 kN/m2 at idle speed to 30-38 PSI 207-262 kN/m2 at 2000 RPM when engine is at normal operating temperature of 230 °F 110 °C .

Voltmeter


Some vehicles are equipped with a voltmeter. The voltmeter indicates electrical system voltage and is located on the fairing front panel. With the engine running above 1500 RPM, the voltmeter should register 13.0-14.5 volts with battery at full charge.

Air Temperature Gauge


Some vehicles are equipped with an air temperature gauge. This gauge indicates the ambient air temperature in degrees Fahrenheit. The gauge is located on the fairing front panel.

Fuel Range Function


The fuel range function shows the approximate mileage available with the amount of fuel left in the fuel tank.

  1. With the ignition switch in the ACC or IGNITION position, press function switch until fuel range function is displayed, as indicated by the letter 'r' in the left side of the odometer display. The calculated remaining distance (miles or kilometers) to empty is displayed, based on the amount of fuel in tank. Range can be accessed at any time using the function switch.

  2. When the low fuel warning lamp illuminates, the range feature will automatically be displayed in the odometer unless this automatic pop-up feature is disabled by a press and hold of the function switch while in range display mode. Automatic range pop-up feature will show that it is disabled by blinking twice. Likewise, automatic range popup can be reactivated by a press and hold of the function switch. Range will blink once when the automatic pop-up feature is re-enabled.

  3. NOTE:
    • When the low fuel warning lamp turns on, there is approximately 1.00 gallon 3.79 liters of fuel remaining in the tank. Refuel as soon as possible.
    • The range display is only updated when the vehicle is moving.
  4. After the range calculation reaches 10 miles 16 kilometers remaining, the range display will display "r Lo" to indicate that the vehicle will shortly run out of fuel.

  5. Resetting the low fuel warning lamp and range requires an ignition cycle change.

Instruments (Typical)
  1. Speedometer
  2. Tachometer
  3. Voltmeter
  4. Oil pressure
  5. Air temperature
  6. Fuel level
  7. Function button

Instruments (Typical)

Instrument Lamps


Engine Check Lamp


See Instrument Lamps. The engine check lamp is located along the bottom of the speedometer face. Its purpose is to indicate whether the engine/engine management system is operating normally. The engine lamp color is amber.

The engine lamp normally comes on when the ignition is first turned on and remains on for approximately 4 seconds, as the engine management system runs a series of self-diagnostics.

If the engine lamp comes on at any other time, see a Harley-Davidson dealer.

Low Fuel Lamp


See Instrument Lamps. The low fuel lamp is located in the speedometer face, lower center by check engine lamp. The low fuel lamp illuminates to indicate that you have approximately 1.0 gallon 3.8 liters of gasoline left in the tank. The low fuel lamp color is amber.

Battery Discharge Lamp


See Instrument Lamps. The red battery charging lamp indicates either overcharging or undercharging of the battery. Refer to Battery: General.

Cruise Control Equipped Models


Cruise control equipped models feature two additional indicator lamps.

  • See Instrument Lamps. A green or orange lamp on the tachometer or speedometer face indicates the cruise control is SET (green) or NOT SET (orange).
  • See Cruise Control Fairing Cap Switch. An orange lamp on the cruise control switch which indicates the cruise control is ON or OFF.

Sixth Gear Lamp


See Instrument Lamps. The sixth gear lamp on the speedometer face indicates when the transmission is in sixth gear.

Security System Lamp


See Instrument Lamps. The red security system lamp on the speedometer face indicates when the security system is armed. Refer to Harley-Davidson Smart Security System.

ABS Lamp


See Instrument Lamps. On ABS equipped models, the amber ABS indicator lamp begins to flash at key ON to indicate that the system is operational. It continues to flash until motorcycle speed exceeds 3 mph 5 km/h . Continuous illumination of the lamp will only occur when ABS detects that the system is malfunctioning. In the diagnostic mode, the lamp will also illuminate to indicate the presence of diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs). See a Harley-Davidson dealer for service.

en Warning

If ABS lamp remains on continuously, the ABS is not operating. The standard brake system is operational, but wheel lock up can occur. Contact a Harley-Davidson Dealer to have ABS repaired. A locked wheel will skid and can cause loss of vehicle control, which could result in death or serious injury. (00361a)

Instrument Lamps
  1. Speedometer
  2. Security system lamp
  3. Tachometer
  4. Cruise lamp
  5. Odometer/trip-odometer/clock
  6. Low fuel warning lamp
  7. Engine check lamp
  8. Battery discharge lamp
  9. Sixth gear lamp
  10. ABS lamp

Instrument Lamps

Cruise Control


NOTE:

Touring Models are either equipped with cruise control or are cruise control ready. See a Harley-Davidson dealer for more information.

Operating Controls


The cruise control system provides automatic vehicle speed control.

en Warning

Do not use the cruise control system in heavy traffic, on roads with sharp or blind curves or on slippery roads of any kind. Using the cruise control in these circumstances can cause loss of control, which could result in death or serious injury. (00083a)

See Cruise Control Fairing Cap Switch. A fairing cap cruise control switch located to the right of the ignition/headlamp key switch turns the cruise control system ON and OFF. An orange lamp on the cruise control switch indicates the cruise control is ON.

See Cruise Control Switch FLHR Models. On FLHR models, the cruise control switch housing is on the left handlebar.

NOTE:

The cruise control icon on the speedometer or tachometer will turn orange to indicate the cruise control is ON. If the orange icon does NOT come on, the system is NOT ON. You cannot SET cruise speed, see your dealer.

See RESUME/SET Switch. RESUME/SET switch located in the right handlebar control group.

The RESUME/SET switch controls several system functions, including set, resume, accelerate and decelerate.

Cruise Control Fairing Cap Switch

Cruise Control Fairing Cap Switch

Cruise Control Switch FLHR Models

Cruise Control Switch FLHR Models

RESUME/SET Switch

RESUME/SET Switch

Cruise Control Operation


Theory of Operation


The cruise control is designed to be safely operated with minimum movement by the rider and all rider control actions are natural and easy.

NOTES:
  • The rider always over-rides and controls the system.
  • The system will not work at vehicle speeds below 30 mph 48 km/h or above 90 mph 145 km/h .
  • The system is managed by the ECM. The tachometer provides information to disengage the system if the engine RPM suddenly increases.
  • Besides the ECM, the system has other components: a stepper-motor (controlled by the computer) which operates the throttle during CRUISE operation, and several internal switches, all sending information to the computer.
  • The system will allow rider to increase speed 10 mph 16 km/h or more (depending on how hard the rider rolls on the throttle and the condition of the vehicle) over the SET point before deactivating. This feature allows the rider to momentarily increase speed, if necessary. Rolling on the throttle to greatly increase speed may deactivate the system.

Engaging Cruise Control


NOTES:

System will NOT work if:

  • Rider operates at vehicle speeds below 30 mph 48 km/h or above 90 mph 145 km/h .
  • Brake lamps are on constantly. See dealer.

Installing non-specified tires or gearing may affect cruise control operation.

  1. See Instrument Lamps. Push the CRUISE switch to activate cruise control. The orange icon on the cruise gauge face will light when activated.

  2. With the motorcycle traveling at the desired cruise speed of 30-90 mph 48-145 km/h , momentarily push the RESUME/SET switch on the right handlebar to SET. After a delay of about 1-1/2 seconds, the icon will turn green on the face of the gauge to indicate the selected cruising speed is locked in.

Disengaging Cruise Control


The cruise control automatically disengages whenever the cruise control module receives one of the following inputs:

  1. Front and/or rear brake is applied.

  2. Throttle is rolled back or closed, thereby actuating roll-off (disengage) switch.

  3. Motorcycle clutch is disengaged (module senses too great an increase in RPM).

  4. Vehicle speed is out of the operating range.

NOTE:

Rolling on the throttle more than 10 mph 16 km/h above the set speed may also deactivate the cruise control.

When the cruise is disengaged, the green cruise engaged icon on the face of the gauge changes to orange. The orange cruise control system icon remains ON until the main switch is turned off.

However, should you decide to SET a cruise speed, RESUME last set speed, ACCELERATE or DECELERATE, simply press the RESUME/SET switch.

Resuming Cruise Speed


If the system is deactivated using one of the methods described under DEACTIVATING CRUISE CONTROL, the system is still ON should you decide to RESUME the set speed. To accomplish this, simply press the RESUME/SET switch to RESUME.

NOTE:

The computer will hold the SET speed in memory for the RESUME function. If the vehicle speed drops more than 15 mph 24 km/h below the SET speed, speed can no longer be RESUMED. If cruise operation is still desired, press the RESUME/SET switch to SET to reset the cruise speed.

Accelerating Above Cruise Speed


  1. With the cruise speed set, momentarily press the RESUME/SET switch to RESUME to increase the speed by 1 mph 1.6 km/h .

  2. Pressing and holding the RESUME/SET switch at RESUME will cause the system to continue to increase speed in increments of approximately 1 mph 1.6 km/h until the switch is released. There is a delay of about 2 seconds before the speed increases.

Decelerating Cruise Control


  1. With the cruise speed set, momentarily press the RESUME/SET switch to SET to reduce the speed by 1 mph 1.6 kph .

  2. Pressing and holding the RESUME/SET switch at SET will cause the system to continue to reduce speed in increments of approximately 1 mph 1.6 kph until the switch is released. There is a delay of about 2 seconds before the speed decreases.

Deactivating Cruise Control


Push the CRUISE switch to turn off cruise control. The orange icon in the gauge is extinguished to indicate the system is OFF.

Gear Shift Lever


Location


See Gear Shift Lever and Shift Pattern. The gear shift lever is located on the left side of the motorcycle and is operated with the left foot. The shift lever changes gears in a sequential six-speed transmission.

Shift Pattern


en Caution

The clutch must be fully disengaged before attempting a gear shift. Failure to fully disengage the clutch can result in equipment damage. (00182a)

See Gear Shift Lever and Shift Pattern. Each gear must be engaged in sequence. Lift the gear shift lever to upshift and press the lever to downshift. After each gear change, release the gear shift lever to allow it to return to its resting position. See Shifting Gears.

Neutral


Neutral is located between first and second gear. The transmission can be shifted to neutral from either first or second gear. Lift or press the gear shift lever 1/2 of its stroke. In neutral, the indicator lamp will light.

Gear Shift Lever and Shift Pattern

Gear Shift Lever and Shift Pattern

Heel-Toe Foot Shifter


See Heel-Toe Foot Shift Lever. Some motorcycles have a heel-toe shifter lever. With this shift lever, upshifts can be made with the heel of the left foot. Downshifts can be made with the toe.

  • Pushing toe shift lever all the way down (full stroke) shifts the transmission to the next lower gear.
  • Lifting the toe shift lever all the way up (full stroke) shifts the transmission into the next higher gear.
  • Pushing the heel shift lever all the way down (full stroke) shifts the transmission to the next higher gear.

Release the foot shift lever after each gear change to allow the lever to return to its center position before another gear change.

Heel-Toe Foot Shift Lever

Heel-Toe Foot Shift Lever

Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)


Identification


See Hydraulic Control Unit (behind right side cover). Models that are equipped with the ABS option can be identified by the presence of a hydraulic control unit as shown.

Hydraulic Control Unit (behind right side cover)

Hydraulic Control Unit (behind right side cover)

Brake System


General


The rear brake pedal controls the rear wheel brake and is located on the motorcycle's right side. Operate the rear brake pedal with the right foot.

The front brake hand lever controls the front wheel brake and is located on the right handlebar. Operate the hand lever with the fingers of the right hand.

en Warning

Do not position fingers between hand control lever and handlebar grip. Improper hand positioning can impair control lever operation and cause loss of vehicle control, which could result in death or serious injury. (00032a)

Some models are equipped with an anti-lock braking system.

Non-ABS Brake System


Apply brakes uniformly and evenly to prevent wheels from locking. Use front and rear brakes equally for best results.

en Warning

Do not apply brake strongly enough to lock the wheel. A locked wheel will skid and can cause loss of vehicle control, which could result in death or serious injury. (00053a)

Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)


Harley-Davidson's Anti-Lock Brake System assists the rider in maintaining control when braking in a straight-line emergency situation. ABS operates independently on front and rear brakes to keep the wheels rolling and prevent uncontrolled wheel lock-ups either on dry pavement or on slick surfaces such as gravel, leaves or when riding in wet conditions.

ABS: How It Works


The ABS monitors sensors at the front and rear wheels to determine wheel speed. If the system detects one or both wheels are slowing down too quickly, which indicates they are close to locking, or if the deceleration rate does not match a criteria stored in memory, the ABS reacts. The system rapidly opens and closes valves to modulate the brake caliper pressure utilizing only the brake lever/pedal pressure being applied by the rider. During ABS activation, the system provides the electronic equivalent of manually pumping the brakes and is capable of cycling up to seven times per second.

The rider will recognize ABS activation by the slight pulsing sensation in the hand lever or the rear brake pedal. The pulsing sensation may also be accompanied by a clicking sound from the ABS module. Both are the result of normal operation. Refer to ABS Symptoms and Conditions.

ABS: How To Use


While an advantage in emergency braking, ABS is not a substitute for safe riding. The safest way to stop a motorcycle is upright with both wheels straight.

Harley-Davidson ABS is a manual assist system. When in an emergency stopping situation, maintain pressure on the brakes through all ABS events. Do not modulate or "pump" the brake controls. The wheels won't lock until the end of the stop when motorcycle speed reaches approximately 4 mph 6 km/h and ABS is no longer needed.

en Warning

ABS cannot prevent lockup of rear wheel due to engine braking. ABS will not aid in cornering or on loose/uneven surfaces. A locked wheel will skid and can cause loss of vehicle control, which could result in death or serious injury. (00362a)

More information is available at www.harley-davidson.com/abs.

ABS: Tires and Wheels


ABS motorcycles must always use Harley-Davidson specified tires and wheels. The ABS monitors the rotational speed of the wheels through individual wheel speed sensors. Changing to different diameter wheels or different sized tires can alter the rotational speed. This can upset the calibration of the ABS and have an adverse effect on its ability to detect and prevent uncontrolled wheel lockups. Operating at tire pressures other than those specified in Specified Tires can reduce ABS braking performance.

ABS Symptoms and Conditions

SYMPTOM

CONDITION

Pulsing brake lever or pedal during an ABS event

Normal condition.

Clicking sound during an ABS event

Normal condition.

ABS lamp flashing

Normal condition - motorcycle turned on - speed under 3 mph 5 km/h .

"Surge" sensation while braking

Normal condition - most noticeable when braking with one brake (front only or rear only). Result of a reduction in deceleration which can be caused by cracks or bumps in road, engine braking (high engine RPMs causing the rear wheel to slow down), hard braking at slow speeds, and other conditions. This is due to ABS modulating caliper brake pressure to prevent uncontrolled wheel lock.

Temporarily stiff rear brake pedal

Normal condition - engine braking (high engine RPMs causing the rear wheel to slow down) or down shifting can activate ABS. If applying the rear brake at the same time or immediately after, the ABS may be closing a valve to prevent pressure to the rear brake. This is due to ABS modulating caliper brake pressure to prevent uncontrolled wheel lock.

Tire chirp

Normal condition - depending on surface, tire can chirp without locking the wheel.

Black mark on pavement

Normal condition - depending on surface, tire can leave a black mark without locking the wheel.

Wheel lock at low speed

Normal condition - ABS will not activate on front wheel below 3 mph 5 km/h or on rear wheel below 5 mph 8 km/h .



Jiffy Stand


en Warning

Always park motorcycle on a level, firm surface. An unbalanced motorcycle can fall over, which could result in death or serious injury. (00039a)

The jiffy stand is located on the left side of the motorcycle and swings outward to support the motorcycle for parking.

en Warning

The jiffy stand locks when placed in the full forward (down) position with vehicle weight on it. If the jiffy stand is not in the full forward (down) position with vehicle weight on it, the vehicle can fall over which could result in death or serious injury. (00006a)

en Warning

Be sure jiffy stand is fully retracted before riding. If jiffy stand is not fully retracted, it can contact the road surface causing a loss of vehicle control, which could result in death or serious injury. (00007a)

Jiffy Stand Interlock: International Models


Some international models are equipped with a jiffy stand interlock feature.

The vehicle will start and run with the jiffy stand down while the transmission is in neutral. If the jiffy stand is down, the transmission is in gear, and the clutch is released, the vehicle will stall. The message "SidE StAnd" will scroll across the odometer to indicate this to the rider. Raising the jiffy stand (or putting the transmission in neutral) will permit the engine to run and clear the message.

If the jiffy stand moves out of the fully retracted position while riding at speeds greater than 10 mph 15 km/h , then the jiffy stand interlock system will maintain engine operation and alert the rider about this by illuminating the indicators (flash twice) and scroll the message "SidE StAnd" across the odometer. The message will remain until the system detects the jiffy stand in the fully retracted position again. The rider may continue to operate the vehicle while in this mode.

The rider may clear the text messages at any time by pressing the function switch once while the vehicle is powered up.

Rear View Mirrors


en Warning

Objects in mirrors are closer than they appear. Use caution when judging distance of objects in mirrors. Failure to judge correct distances could result in death or serious injury. (00033a)

Your vehicle is equipped with two convex rear view mirrors.

This type of mirror is designed to give a much wider view to the rear than a flat mirror. However, cars and other objects seen in this type of mirror will look smaller and farther away than they actually are.

  • Use caution when judging the size or relative distance of objects seen in rear view mirrors.
  • Always adjust the rear view mirrors to clearly reflect the area behind the motorcycle before riding.
NOTE:

Adjust mirrors so you can see a small portion of your shoulders in each mirror. This will help you establish the relative distance of vehicles to the rear of your motorcycle.

Fuel Filler Cap


en Warning

Avoid spills. Slowly remove filler cap. Do not fill above bottom of filler neck insert, leaving air space for fuel expansion. Secure filler cap after refueling. Gasoline is extremely flammable and highly explosive, which could result in death or serious injury. (00028a)

en Caution

Do not spill fuel onto the motorcycle while refueling. Immediately wipe up fuel spills on your motorcycle. Fuel can cause damage to cosmetic surfaces. (00147b)

en Caution

Use only unleaded fuel in catalytic converter-equipped motorcycles. Using leaded fuel will damage the emission control system. (00150b)

To open, turn fuel filler cap counterclockwise and lift up. To close, turn fuel filler cap clockwise until it clicks. The ratchet action of the cap prevents overtightening.

NOTES:
  • See Fuel Tank: FLHR/FLHRC. On FLHR/FLHRC models, the fuel filler cap is located on the right side of the fuel tank. The cap on the left side is the fuel gauge and is not removable.
  • See Fuel Door. On all other models, the fuel filler cap is located beneath a locking door. Use the ignition key to unlock fuel door. The fuel filler cap should be fully closed before closing the fuel door.

See Safe Operating Rules and review safety procedures listed below.

en Warning

Do not store motorcycle with gasoline in tank within the home or garage where open flames, pilot lights, sparks or electric motors are present. Gasoline is extremely flammable and highly explosive, which could result in death or serious injury. (00003a)

en Warning

Do not use aftermarket fuel caps. Aftermarket fuel caps may fit improperly and leak, which could lead to death or serious injury. See a Harley-Davidson dealer for approved fuel caps. (00034a)

Fuel Tank: FLHR/FLHRC
  1. Fuel gauge
  2. Fuel filler cap
  3. Function switch

Fuel Tank: FLHR/FLHRC

Fuel Door
  1. Lock
  2. Unlock

Fuel Door

Rear Air Suspension


All models feature air-adjustable rear suspension. Air pressure in the rear shock absorbers may be adjusted to suit load requirements, riding style and personal comfort.

en Caution

Do not exceed maximum air pressure for rear suspension. Air components fill rapidly. Therefore, use low air line pressure. Failure to do so may result in possible damage to components. (00165a)

en Warning

Use caution when bleeding air from the suspension. Moisture combined with lubricant may leak onto the rear wheel, tire and/or brake components and adversely affect traction, which could result in death or serious injury. (00084a)

  1. Remove the left saddlebag, if present.

  2. See Rear Air Suspension Air Valve. Remove the cap from the air valve located behind the shock absorber on the left side of the vehicle.

  3. NOTES:
    • Always add 3-5 psi 21-35 kPa to the existing pressure before releasing air from the system to prevent oil for exiting the air valve. NEVER exceed 50 psi 345 kPa .
    • Do not exceed maximum GVWR or GAWR.
  4. Refer to Recommended Suspension Air Pressure: FLHR, FLHRC, FLTRX, FLHX and Recommended Suspension Air Pressure: FLHTC, FLHTCU, FLHTK, FLTRU. Attach AIR SUSPENSION PUMP AND GAUGE HD-34633 to the air valve. Fill or release air from the shock absorber to the pressure specified for your model motorcycle and load.

  5. NOTE:

    The specified pressures are recommended starting points. Adjust pressure to suit load conditions, riding style and comfort desired. Less pressure does not necessarily result in a softer ride. Using pressures outside the recommended loading range will result in a reduction of available suspension travel and reduced rider comfort.

  6. Install cap on air valve and install left saddlebag, if removed.

Rear Air Suspension Air Valve

Rear Air Suspension Air Valve

Recommended Suspension Air Pressure: FLHR, FLHRC, FLTRX, FLHX

SHOCK LOAD

TOTAL WEIGHT

PRESSURE

PSI

kPa

Solo rider

up to 150 lb 68 kg

0

0

150-200 lb 68-91 kg

0-10

0-69

200-250 lb 91-113 kg

10-20

69-138

250-300 lb 113-136 kg

20-30

138-206

300 lb 136 kg to maximum added weight allowed*

30-50

206-345

Solo rider with capacity luggage of 40 lbs 18 kg

up to 150 lb 68 kg

10-20

69-138

150-200 lb 68-91 kg

20-30

138-206

200-250 lb 91-113 kg

30-40

206-276

250-300 lb 113-136 kg

40-50

276-345

300 lb 136 kg to maximum added weight allowed*

50

345

Rider plus passenger

Any weight up to maximum added weight allowed*

40-50

276-345

Maximum loaded vehicle

Maximum added weight allowed*

50

345

If an optional Tour-Pak is installed, add 5-10 psi 34-69 kPa to shock pressure.

Do not exceed 50 psi 345 kPa suspension pressure.

*Refer to Weights: FLHR, FLHRC, FLTRX, FLHX for maximum added weight allowed on the motorcycle.



Recommended Suspension Air Pressure: FLHTC, FLHTCU, FLHTK, FLTRU

SHOCK LOAD

TOTAL WEIGHT

PRESSURE

PSI

kPa

Solo rider

up to 150 lb 68 kg

5-10

34-69

150-200 lb 68-91 kg

10-20

69-138

200-250 lb 91-113 kg

20-30

138-206

250-300 lb 113-136 kg

30-40

206-276

300 lb 136 kg to maximum added weight allowed*

40-50

276-345

Solo rider with capacity luggage of 70 lbs 32 kg

up to 150 lb 68 kg

25-30

172-206

150-200 lb 68-91 kg

30-40

206-276

200-250 lb 91-113 kg

40-50

276-345

250 lb 113 kg to maximum added weight allowed*

50

345

Rider plus passenger

Any weight up to maximum added weight allowed*

50

345

Maximum loaded vehicle

Maximum added weight allowed*

50

345

Do not exceed 50 psi 345 kPa suspension pressure.

*Refer to Weights: FLHTC, FLHTCU, FLHTK, FLTRU for maximum added weight allowed on the motorcycle.



Luggage


en Warning

Do not exceed the motorcycle's Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) or Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR). Exceeding these weight ratings can lead to component failure and adversely affect stability, handling and performance, which could result in death or serious injury. (00016f)

GVWR is the sum of the weight of the motorcycle, accessories, and the maximum weight of the rider, passenger and cargo that can be safely carried.

GAWR is the maximum amount of weight that can be safely carried on each axle.

The GVWR and GAWR is shown on the information label, located on the frame steering head.

Make sure all storage compartments are secure before operating motorcycle.

Adhere to the weight limits and loading instructions on the labels within the storage compartments.

Tour-Pak


Operation


See Tour-Pak Lock and Draw Catch. Some models are equipped with a lockable Tour-Pak. To open, unlock the Tour-Pak lock with the ignition key and open the draw catches.

Removal/Installation


en Caution Mark

Do NOT pull on any electrical wires. Pulling on electrical wires may damage the internal conductor causing high resistance, which may result in minor or moderate injury. (00168a)

The Tour-Pak can be installed in the forward or rearward position. See the service manual or a Harley-Davidson dealer for Tour-Pak removal/relocation.

Tour-Pak Lock and Draw Catch
  1. Key
  2. Lock
  3. Draw catch

Tour-Pak Lock and Draw Catch

Leather Saddlebags


Opening


See Saddlebag Quick Disconnect. To use the quick disconnect strap feature, lift up the strap end to expose the quick release buckle and press on the lock tabs as shown.

The straps may also be opened and closed using the buckle in a conventional manner.

Closing


Insert the male strap end into the receptacle on the bag and push until a positive "click" is felt.

NOTE:

See Leather and Vinyl Care for proper saddlebag care.

Saddlebag Quick Disconnect

Saddlebag Quick Disconnect

Hard Saddlebags


Opening


  1. See Hard Saddlebags. Unlock latch using ignition key.

  2. Place fingers under latch and lift.

  3. Place one hand at OUTSIDE CORNER of cover and other hand at opposite outside corner.

  4. Lift outside edge of cover, pivoting inside edge of cover in brackets.

  5. Lift inside edge of cover to disengage brackets.

  6. Bring cover towards you, over saddlebag.

  7. As you bring cover toward you, let it flip over, so the inside faces up. Let cover rest against rub bars and nylon check strap.

NOTE:

The saddlebag lids are designed to stay attached to the bags at all times.

Closing


  1. See Hard Saddlebags. Use both hands to hold OUTSIDE corners of cover up and slide inside edge back into place so brackets slide together.

  2. Close lid and secure latch. Brackets will engage automatically.

NOTE:

Saddlebag latch and Tour-Pak draw catches should be closed and locked whenever motorcycle is in operation.

Removing


See Hard Saddlebags. The saddlebags are secured to the support brackets by 1/4 turn fasteners called bail head studs.

NOTE:

If your vehicle (international only) does not have the wire form "bail", use a flat bladed screwdriver to turn the studs.

  1. Rotate bail head studs 1/4 turn counterclockwise.

  2. Remove saddlebag.

Installing


Carefully place saddlebag in position on saddlebag rail and align the bail head studs with the support bracket fasteners.

  1. See Hard Saddlebags. Fasten studs by pushing into support bracket fasteners and turning 1/4 turn clockwise.

  2. Check that studs are securely fastened.

Adjustments


If the latches become loose, you can adjust the latch fingers.

en Caution

Adjust the latch fingers only enough to enable them to properly engage the latch hinge. Bending latch fingers back and forth can overstress the metal and weaken the fingers. (00169a)

  1. Bend the fingers until they firmly engage the hinge.

  2. See Miscellaneous Lubrication for lubrication details.

Hard Saddlebags
  1. Hinge
  2. Latch
  3. Anchor tabs
  4. Bail head studs
  5. Anchor brackets

Hard Saddlebags

Windshield: FLHR/C


Removal


  1. See Windshield: FLHR/C. Lift the wire form latch springs at either side of the windshield and move the TOP of the windshield assembly forward, until the TOP bracket notches slide away from the grommets.

  2. Carefully lift the windshield bracket BOTTOM notches off the bottom grommets.

  3. Remove windshield.

NOTE:

For proper windshield maintenance, see Windshield Care.

Installation


  1. See Windshield: FLHR/C. Lift the wire form latch springs at either side of the windshield and slide the BOTTOM windshield bracket notches onto the bottom grommets.

  2. Slide the TOP bracket notches onto the top grommets.

Windshield: FLHR/C
  1. Wire form latch spring
  2. Grommet
  3. Windshield
  4. Clutch cable

Windshield: FLHR/C

Adjustable Air Deflectors


See Adjustable Air Deflector. Some models are equipped with adjustable air deflectors located along the left and right bottom edge of the fairing. These deflectors can be rotated to direct airflow for rider and passenger comfort.

To adjust, grasp the outer edge of the deflector and pivot to the desired position.

Adjustable Air Deflector

Adjustable Air Deflector

Cigarette Lighter


en Caution

Do not use cigarette lighter socket to power electrical devices. Automotive electrical plugs can damage the socket, which can result in improper lighter operation and overheating that could cause equipment damage. (00599b)

See Cigarette Lighter. Some models are equipped with a cigarette lighter. The lighter is located on the left side of the fairing. To operate, press lighter into socket. The lighter will pop out when hot.

Cigarette Lighter

Cigarette Lighter

Accessory Switch


The accessory switch controls power to the accessory connector under the seat. See a Harley-Davidson dealer for electrical accessories that may be purchased and installed on the motorcycle.

See Nacelle Switches: FLHR/FLHRC. On FLHR/FLHRC models, the accessory switch is on the left side of the nacelle.

See Switch Indicators. On all other models, the accessory switch is on the right side of the fairing cap.

en Caution

It is possible to overload your vehicle's charging system by adding too many electrical accessories. If the combined electrical accessories operating at any one time consume more electrical current than the vehicle's charging system can produce, the electrical consumption can discharge the battery and cause damage to the vehicle's electrical system. See an authorized Harley-Davidson dealer for advice about the amount of current consumed by additional electrical accessories or for necessary wiring changes. (00211c)

Nacelle Switches: FLHR/FLHRC
  1. Accessory switch
  2. Auxiliary lamps (SPOT) switch

Nacelle Switches: FLHR/FLHRC

Switch Indicators
  1. Auxiliary (SPOT)
  2. Speakers
  3. Cruise control
  4. ACC switch (ACCESSORY)

Switch Indicators

Auxiliary Lamps


Use the auxiliary lamp switch to turn on the auxiliary lamps as needed. When the high beam headlamp is turned on, the auxiliary lamps automatically turn off.

See Nacelle Switches: FLHR/FLHRC. On FLHR/FLHRC models, the switch is located on the right side of the nacelle.

See Switch Indicators. On all other models equipped with auxiliary lamps, the switch is located on the left side of the ignition/headlamp key switch on the fairing cap.

Fairing Lower Vents


Some models are equipped with fairing lowers. The fairing lowers block wind and water from the rider legs, and include a compartment for storing small items.

See Fairing Lower Vent Control. Vents in fairing lowers are controlled by the lever shown. Adjust vent openings to control air flow.

Fairing lowers may be removed in warmer ambient temperature to increase rider and passenger comfort.

Fairing Lower Vent Control

Fairing Lower Vent Control

Passenger Footboards/Footrests


Passenger footboards/footrests can be adjusted to one of three positions. Before moving to a new position, remove plastic plugs from holes in the footrest mount in the frame as necessary.

  1. See Passenger Footboard/Footrest (typical). Remove socket screw with lockwasher from top of footboard/footrest bracket. Do not remove lower screw from footboards.

  2. Place bracket at the desired position. Insert pin (on footrest bracket only) into mount hole.

  3. Install socket screw with lockwasher. Apply a drop of Loctite Threadlocker 243 (blue) to the threads. Tighten socket screw to 36-42 ft-lbs (49-56 Nm).

Passenger Footboard/Footrest (typical)
  1. Screw with lockwasher
  2. Pin (footrest only)
  3. Lower screw (footboard only, do not remove)
  4. Footrest/footboard mount on frame

Passenger Footboard/Footrest (typical)

Auxiliary Power Outlet


See Auxiliary Power Outlet. Some models are equipped with an auxiliary power outlet in the Tour-Pak. This outlet may be used to power or charge 12 VDC electrical accessories. The outlet is on a fuse-protected circuit that can support devices rated up to 15 amps.

Power is supplied to the outlet only while the ignition/headlamp key switch is in the IGNITION or ACCESSORY position. Raise the spring-loaded protective cover on the outlet to plug in a standard 12 VDC automotive accessory plug.

NOTE:

Items charging with the power outlet may cause interference with radio reception.

Auxiliary Power Outlet

Auxiliary Power Outlet