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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 05-24-2012, 11:04 AM Thread Starter
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Error 34 need help

I just got this bike last night from this guy. He was reallly nice and it was a smooth deal. It is a 07 with only 1500 miles on it. Problem is I get the red blinking fi light when it's on. He sent me Pictures of the bike and the light was not on a week before he sold it and said he got It a new battery. Btw she rides great. I don't think I'll get on my Harley much this season.

Error 34 - exhaust butterfly actuator malfunction. Wires open or short
Ya no clue what that means!



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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 05-24-2012, 12:14 PM
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Does it have an aftermarket exhaust? If it does you should install a servo buddy to eliminate that light. If it is a stock exhaust, check the condition of the exhaust servo and its connections.

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It's a stock exhaust. And not sure where the servo cables are located. I don't have a manual for the bike.


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Btw when the battery is on I get the red blinking light and the fi and oil blinking.. Changed the oil yesterday and when it turns over the oil light goes away.


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Your exhaust servo is under your drivers seat. Check to see if it is damaged and check all of your connectors while you are under there.

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My oil light comes on when the bike isn't started, there is no oil pressure when it's not running. As long as it goes off when you start it you are fine.

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Your exhaust servo is under your drivers seat. Check to see if it is damaged and check all of your connectors while you are under there.

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Error 34 need help-imageuploadedbymo-free1337902876.420952.jpg

I left the big yellow one up so you can see its just chilling there. Notice anything?


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Wiring looks unchanged and normal to me, does the bike have the stock exhaust, and is it still connected to the servo pulley? The servo should be to the top right of your picture


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Its bone stock and yes I believe the servo pully is connected.. He changed the battery before he sold it to me.


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