Fuse Replacement
Always use replacement fuses that are of the correct type and amperage rating. Use of incorrect fuses can result in damage to electrical systems. (00222a)
If replacing a fuse does not correct the problem or if a fuse is repeatedly blown, see a Harley-Davidson dealer.
  1. Turn off the ignition.
    1. Keyed ignition: Turn the key to OFF.
    2. Keyless ignition: With a fob near, switch OFF/RUN switch to OFF.
  2. Open left side cover.
  3. See Figure 1. Pull the fuse block from the oil tank.
  4. Lift the side latches to remove the cover.
  5. NOTE
    Models with sirens: With fob present, turn OFF/RUN switch to RUN.
  6. See Figure 2. Remove the suspect fuse.
    1. Main fuse (1)
    2. P&A (2)
    3. Battery (3)
  7. Inspect the element. If the element is burned or separated, replace the fuse with an automotive type ATO fuse with the same Amp rating.
  8. Align fuse block cover with retaining guide. Slide the fuse block cover until tab latches.
  9. Press the fuse block into the recess in the oil tank.
  10. Close left side cover.
Main Fuse
The 40 amp main fuse can be removed to disconnect power from the electrical system (except starter motor/solenoid).
To prevent a security siren from sounding, turn on the ignition with the hands-free fob present to disarm the security system before removing the main fuse.
Figure 1. Fuse Block
Figure 2. Fuses