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terminals when connecting wires would indicate either an open or short in the solenoid winding and solenoid switch must be replaced. If the solenoid winding checks good and plunger does close main switch contacts, there is still 4. possibility contacts are badly burned or eroded and will not pass heavy current.

To test continuity on the main contacts, leave 12 V. leads connected to terminals 1 and 2, connect a test bulb of a least 21 CP (12 V.) to terminals 1 and 3. (On servi-car solenoid connect terminals 2 and 4 with a jumper wire.) A bright glow of the test bulb indicates main switch contacts are passing current.

starter motor terminal pull-in coil starter button terminal -

starter motor terminal pull-in coil hold-in coil .6-

battery / terminal contactor plate-

battery / terminal contactor plate-

Figure 5C-1F. Test Circuit for Electra-Glide, 1967 Sportster and 1966 Servi-car Solenoid

Figure 5C-1G. Solenoid Internal Wiring Diagram -Electra-Glide, 1967 Sportster and 1966 Servi-car

Starter relay switch for late 1967 Electra-Glide models is a sealed unit and is not repairable. If test shows unit to be defective it must be replaced.

Figure 5C-1E shows a test circuit using a 12-volt battery and stop lamp bulb. Contacts should close and bulb should light when connection is made at positive post of battery and should go out when connection is broken.

This is a mechanical, normally-closed plunger type switch which closes the stoplight circuit when the front brake hand lever is operated. Repair parts for the switch are not available - it must be replaced as a. unit.

Figure 5C-1E. Starter Relay Internal Wiring

Diagram and Test Circuit

This is a hydraulic, normally-open switch, which is located in the rear hydraulic brake line, and closes the circuit when the rear brake is applied.

Figure 5C-1E. Starter Relay Internal Wiring

Diagram and Test Circuit

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