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    Oct 15, 2013, 04:03 PM
    Shifting problem Harley 2011 electra glide limited
    Went to go in a ride on my 2011 Harley electra glide limited and found that I could shift from neutral to 1st and back again beyond that it wouldn't shift into any of the other 5 gears. It doesn't even feel as if its trying to shift. The bike has 16,000 on it and has the 103 inch. Transmission has the red gear saver in it /clutch is adjusted correctly and primary fluid is new. Worked perfect one day and the next wouldn't shift. Any ideas would be appreciated Greg

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