2020 Harley-Davidson Wiring Wiring and Circuit Diagrams

ABOUT THIS MANUAL

The diagrams either show entire systems or specific circuits. The circuit specific diagrams only show the components and wiring in the system(s)listed in the diagram title. Always refer to the diagram title for diagram type.

Table of Contents:
FLHTKSE MODEL (94000744)
Front Lighting and Hand Controls: 2020 FLHTKSE
Fairing Harness: 2020 FLHTKSE
Main Harness (1 of 4): 2020 FLHTKSE
Main Harness (2 of 4): 2020 FLHTKSE
Main Harness (3 of 4): 2020 FLHTKSE
Main Harness (4 of 4): 2020 FLHTKSE
Rear Lighting: 2020 FLHTKSE
Radio: 2020 FLHTKSE

SPORTSTER® MODELS (94000739)
Battery Power Distribution
Ignition and Accessory Power Distribution
Sensor Grounds
Ground Circuit: 1 of 2
Ground Circuit: 2 of 2
Front Lighting and Hand Controls: 2020 Sportster
Main Harness 1 of 2: 2020 Sportster
Main Harness 2 of 2: 2020 Sportster
Rear Lighting: 2020 Sportster

POLICE MODELS (94000741)
Front Lighting and Hand Controls: 2020 Police
Fairing Harness: 2020 FLHTP
Main Harness (1 of 3): 2020 FLHTP
Main Harness (2 of 3): 2020 FLHTP
Main Harness (3 of 3): 2020 FLHTP
Main Harness (1 of 3): 2020 FLHP
Main Harness (2 of 3): 2020 FLHP
Main Harness (3 of 3): 2020 FLHP
Rear Lighting: 2020 Police

SOFTAIL® MODELS (94000737)
Power Distribution: 2020 Softail
Sensor Grounds: 2020 Softail
Ground Circuit: 2020 Softail
Front Lighting and Hand Controls: 2020 Softail
Backbone Harness 1 of 3: 2020 Softail
Engine Harness 2 of 3: 2020 Softail
Main Harness 3 of 3: 2020 Softail
Rear Lighting: 2020 Softail

TRIKE MODELS (94000742)
Front Lighting and Hand Controls FLHTCUTG: 2020 Trike Model
Front Lighting and Hand Controls FLRT: 2020 Trike Model
Fairing Harness FLHTCUTG: 2020 Trike Model
Main Harness FLHTCUTG (1 of 4): 2020 Trike Model
Main Harness FLHTCUTG (2 of 4): 2020 Trike Model
Main Harness FLHTCUTG (3 of 4): 2020 Trike Model
Main Harness FLHTCUTG (4 of 4): 2020 Trike Model
Main Harness FLHTCUTGSE (1 of 4): 2020 Trike Model
Main Harness FLHTCUTGSE (2 of 4): 2020 Trike Model
Main Harness FLHTCUTGSE (3 of 4): 2020 Trike Model
Main Harness FLHTCUTGSE (4 of 4): 2020 Trike Model
Main Harness FLRT (1 of 4): 2020 Trike Model
Main Harness FLRT (2 of 4): 2020 Trike Model
Main Harness FLRT (3 of 4): 2020 Trike Model
Main Harness FLRT (4 of 4): 2020 Trike Model
Rear Lighting FLHTCUTG: 2020 Trike Model
Rear Lighting FLHTCUTGSE: 2020 Trike Model
Rear Lighting FLRT: 2020 Trike Model
Radio FLHTCUTG: 2020 Trike Models
Radio FLHTCUTGSE: 2020 Trike Models
Reverse FLHTCUTG/FLHTCUTGSE: 2020 Trike Model
Reverse FLRT: 2020 Trike Model

LIVEWIRE MODEL (94000704)
Battery Power Distribution
High Voltage Circuit
Ground Circuit
Front Harness and Rear Lighting: 2020 LiveWire
Main Harness 1 of 3: 2020 LiveWire
Main Harness 2 of 3: 2020 LiveWire
Main Harness 3 of 3: 2020 LiveWire

TOURING MODELS (94000738)
Battery Power Distribution: FLH with Fairing
Battery Power Distribution: FLT
Battery Power Distribution without Fairing
Ignition and ACC FLH: 2020 Touring
Ignition and ACC FLT: 2020 Touring
Sensor Grounds FLH: 2020 Touring
Sensor Grounds FLT: 2020 Touring
Ground Circuit FLH: 2020 Touring
Ground Circuit FLT: 2020 Touring
Front Lighting and Hand Controls: 2020 Touring
Fairing Harness FLH: 2020 Touring
Main Harness FLH (1 of 3): 2020 Touring (with Fairing)
Main Harness FLH (2 of 3): 2020 Touring (with Fairing)
Main Harness FLH (3 of 3): 2020 Touring (with Fairing)
Fairing Harness FLT: 2020 Touring
Main Harness FLT (1 of 3): 2020 Touring (with Fairing)
Main Harness FLT (2 of 3): 2020 Touring (with Fairing)
Main Harness FLT (3 of 3): 2020 Touring (with Fairing)
Main Harness (1 of 3): 2020 Touring (without Fairing)
Main Harness (2 of 3): 2020 Touring (without Fairing)
Main Harness (3 of 3): 2020 Touring (without Fairing)
Rear Lighting: 2020 Touring
OE Radio: 2020 Touring (Except FLHX/S, FLT)
OE Radio: 2020 Touring (No Tour-Pak)
P&A Radio with 1 Amp: 2020 Touring
P&A Radio with 2 Amps (1 of 2): 2020 Touring
P&A Radio with 2 Amps (2 of 2): 2020 Touring
P&A Radio with 4 Amps (1 of 4), Front Amp: 2020 Touring
P&A Radio with 4 Amps (2 of 4), Left Saddlebag Amp: 2020 Touring
P&A Radio with 4 Amps (3 of 4), Right Saddlebag Amp: 2020 Touring
P&A Radio with 4 Amps (4 of 4), Tour-Pak Amp: 2020 Touring

HARLEY-DAVIDSON STREET™ MODELS (94000740)
IGN and ACC
Grounds
Lighting and Hand Controls: 2020 Street
Main Harness (1 of 3): 2020 Street
Main Harness (2 of 3): 2020 Street
Main Harness (3 of 3) (750A): 2020 Street
Main Harness (3 of 3) (except 750A): 2020 Street

FLHXSE MODEL (94000745)
Battery Power Distribution
Ground Circuit
Front Lighting and Hand Controls: 2020 FLHXSE
Fairing Harness: 2020 FLHXSE
Main Harness (1 of 4): 2020 FLHXSE
Main Harness (2 of 4): 2020 FLHXSE
Main Harness (3 of 4): 2020 FLHXSE
Main Harness (4 of 4): 2020 FLHXSE
Rear Lighting: 2020 FLHXSE
Radio (1 of 2): 2020 FLHXSE
Radio (2 of 2): 2020 FLHXSE

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How Much Have Harley-Davidson’s Shipments Fallen Since 2014?

Since 2014 Harley-Davidson‘s (NYSE: HOG) shipments have fallen from 270.7K in 2014 to 228.7K in 2018 which represents a total fall of 15.5%. The primary reasons are a shrinking market for their heavy weight bikes and a global slowdown.

Please refer to the Trefis interactive dashboard – Why Are Harley-Davidson’s Shipments Falling? – to understand the annual change in Harley-Davidson’s shipments.


What Happened?
Total Shipments:

Harley-Davidson’s Total Worldwide Shipments have been falling continuously since 2014.
Annual Shipments have fallen from 270.7K in 2014 to 228.7K in 2018 which represents a total fall of 15.5%.
Trefis estimates a further 8% reduction and Total shipments to be around 210.4K in 2019.
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US Shipments:

Harley-Davidson’s US Shipments have been falling continuously since 2014.
Annual Shipments have fallen from 174K in 2014 to 132.4K in 2018 which represents a total fall of 23.9%.
Trefis estimates a further 9% reduction and US shipments to be around 120.5K in 2019.
International Shipments:

International shipments have fluctuated but in 2018 were quite similar to the 2014 numbers and thus flattish over the period.
Trefis estimates a 6.6% reduction in 2019 and International shipments to be around 89.9K.
Why?

U.S. Heavyweight Motorcycle shipments account for almost 60% of the company’s overall motorcycle sales (in 2018), making it the largest single geographic market for Harley-Davidson. Over the past few years, overall heavyweight motorcycle sales have declined significantly in the U.S. The fall is attributed to a shrinking market in the country and an overall global auto slowdown.
International shipments have been flattish over the period. In 2019 the fall is expected primarily due the global market slowdown.
So What?

A continuously falling sales volume doesn’t bode well for Harley-Davidson. The company announced steps to curb the fall by introducing a “More roads to Harley-Davidson” plan in 2019. The plan’s strategic objectives through 2027 are to: build 2 million new riders in the U.S., grow international business to 50% of annual volume, launch 100 new high impact motorcycles, and do so profitably and sustainably.
The company is also working on exploiting the EV market to increase its market penetration. In November, 2018, the company’s first electric Harley-Davidson was debuted at the Milan Motorcycle Show.
The positive here is that the company has acknowledged its difficult times and has set up plans to combat this.

What’s behind Trefis? See How It’s Powering New Collaboration and What-Ifs For CFOs and Finance Teams| Product, R&D, and Marketing Teams More Trefis Data Like our charts? Explore example interactive dashboards and create your own

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Harley-Davidson’s Diversification Efforts Continue With Two More Unconventional Models


Harley-Davidson continues to make announcements that indicate their willingness to move past the traditional market boundaries of the 116-year-old company in search of new riders.

At the all-important EICMA motorsports show in Milan this past week, The Motor Company officially revealed two widely rumored and expected new motorcycles that operate far outside the usual cruiser segment H-D is most associated with. The new bikes follow on the heels of the beginning of series production of the $30,000 LiveWire electric motorcycle, introduced earlier this year. They also come at a time of slipping sales and stock performance for Harley, although there was finally some good news in the most recent quarter as international sales gave the company a boost. Will these two new bikes, aimed at markets and audiences not typically associated with Harley-Davidson, catch on and bring those highly coveted new riders into the fold? It looks like 2020 will be a key year in Harley-Davidson’s long and colorful history.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/billroberson/2019/11/08/harley-davidsons-diversification-continues-with-two-more-unconventional-models/#6651c73862d6


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Harley-Davidson has resumed production of the LiveWire


Harley-Davidson has resumed production and deliveries of its electric LiveWire motorcycle after determining an issue with charging was isolated to a single vehicle.

Harley-Davidson halted production and delivery of its first electric motorcycle earlier this week after discovering what it described at the time as a “non-standard condition.” Harley-Davidson didn’t recall any of the LiveWire motorcycles already on the road, but it did stop production and deliveries, and began additional testing and analysis.

At the time, Harley-Davidson didn’t explain what the non-standard issue was, but TechCrunch has since learned that it was a charging-related problem on one motorcycle.

“After completing rigorous analysis this week, we have resumed LiveWire production and deliveries,” Harley-Davidson said in a comment emailed to TechCrunch. “Customers may continue riding their LiveWire motorcycle and are able to charge the motorcycle through all methods. Temporarily stopping LiveWire production allowed us to confirm that the non-standard condition identified on one motorcycle was a singular occurrence.”

The company added that this incident shows that its quality assurance measures are working as designed.

The production stoppage put a damper on Harley-Davidson’s first foray into electrification just weeks after deliveries of LiveWire began to ramp up. The $29,799, 105 horsepower electric motorcycle was to be the first of a future line-up of EVs from Harley-Davidson spanning motorcycles, bicycles and scooters.

The LiveWire, which is meant to complement, not replace, Harley-Davidson’s premium internal-combustion cruiser motorcycles, went into production in 2019. Delivery to dealers began September 27.

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Harley-Davidson Goes on the Offensive, Plans to Gain 1 Million Riders by 2027


It is not the first plan America’s favorite motorcycle builder, Harley-Davidson, comes up with to increase its customer pool, but it may be, by far, the most ambitious. As per Harley, if everything goes according to plan, the brand should have 1 million more customers by the end of the next decade, and that in the United States alone.

Presently engaged in an effort to launch a new - and its first -  line of electric motorcycles, Harley believes it could do better in terms of sales, brand awareness and customer loyalty. To prove this, the More Roads to Harley-Davidson accelerated growth strategy was announced a while back.

Initially, that plan called, among others, for the launch of the LiveWire electric motorcycle in 2019, and the launch of multiple middleweight motorcycles. Now, the plan has a more customer-oriented component as well.

By 2027, the company intends to have 4 million riders in the U.S. alone, way up from the 3 million reported for 2017.

“We see a meaningful opportunity to leverage the power of the brand to demonstrate how riding a Harley-Davidson fills the mind, body, and soul in ways that help riders live for real,” said in a statement Matt Levatich, president and chief executive officer of Harley-Davidson.

“We’ll continue to fuel all aspects of the riding experience and add new solutions to fully develop, engage and retain riders through their journey, starting with the very first spark of interest.”

One of the main tools Harley will use in attracting more riders is of course the LiveWire, the first in a new breed of bikes.

The machine is already on sale, and it ships with free charging of 500 kWh over two years for anyone buying it by July 2021. That means roughly 30 full fills for the bike’s batteries and a total of 2,850 miles (4,586 km).

The LiveWire electric motorcycle starts at $29,799.

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