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Welcome to just answer. When this happens, bike still idels just wont accelarate?
have you had any wirh done latly, grips, bars, air claner, etc?
once this happens does engine light stay on?
what do you have to do to get it working again after the throttle stops responding?
let me know these few things and we will try and narrow it down.
Thanks Brian D
when you turn it back on does the engine light stay on at that point?
or does it go off until you have problem again?
how often do you have this problem?
Here is the procedure to pull the dtc codes from the ecm if you can do this and get the code number for me then i will see what is at fault. I did want to tell you though that we work on our local police force motorcycles and we have seen some issues with the 80-09's and Harley has replaced some parts under some non published recall so if you do not want to mess with this you may want to take it up with them and see if you can get yours fixed. here is the info to pull codes. let me know when you get them or what you decide to do. if you need more help and info just ask i will be here for you.
thanks Brian D
Turn the Ignition switch to the OFF position.
Set the Run/Stop switch to the Run position.
Push in the odometer reset button and hold.
Turn on the ignition switch and release the odometer reset button. The process has been completed correctly when the speedometer needle sweeps across the speedometer and all indicator lamps illuminate. The speedometer will also display "DIAG."
Press the odometer reset button once. "PSSPt" will display on the speedometer. Each letter signifies an area of the diagnostics testing, with the current selection flashing. Push the odometer reset button to scroll through the components for testing.
Press and hold the odometer reset button for 5 seconds, then release. Any codes stored will be displayed on the speedometer. If no codes are stored, the speedometer will display "NONE."
Press the odometer reset button again to view additional codes, if any.
Record the codes and refer to your service manual for possible faults or conditions.
Turn off the Ignition switch to exit the diagnostics testing.
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With the codes you are getting i hate to say this but you are going to have to take it to the dealer so they can reset everything on the computer. the p1357 code i don't even have listed the rest of then i have for you the one that is creating your problem is the p1511. i think all this will be covered under emissions warranty or the recall i told you about. wish we could fix this for you but somethings just can't be done with out the programs that can read and repair the eletronics. hope i have been a help to you, and hope you get your bike taken care of soon. Thanks for using just answer. Brian D
DTC P0132 (front) or P0152 (rear) is set when the ECM
detects an excessively rich condition for a specified length
of time. DTCs may also set if O2 sensor fails
P 2135 TPS correlation error
P1511 Power Management: This DTC provides more
limitation on drive ability, due to failure of the Throttle
Control Actuator (TCA), without a TGS, MAP or airflow
faults. The TCA is de-energized and the throttle plate
returns to its idle detent position. The ECM will monitor
the operation of the TGS and adjusts the spark advance
and cylinder shutoff/rev limiting, allowing the vehicle to
reach traffic speeds (limp-home).