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Old 09-01-2006, 01:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Bank Angle Sensor

I have a heritage softail classic. I am trying to find the bank angle sensor on my bike and I do not knwo where to find. Is there any way that one of you guys could tell me where it is at? Thank you for any help.
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I believe the Bank Angle Sensor is inside the TSSM. If it goes bad I believe you have to replace the entire unit. On a softail this should be behind the plastic fender panel forward of the rear wheel.
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I believe the Bank Angle Sensor is inside the TSSM. If it goes bad I believe you have to replace the entire unit. On a softail this should be behind the plastic fender panel forward of the rear wheel.
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The Bank Angle Sensor should be a small black sensor with a 3 pin connector and only 1 bolt holding it on. I do not know the exact location on your year and model but I would suspect it is behind the access panel covering the inside of the swing arm. You should be able to remove 2 bolts from the bottom of the access panel and then lift it slightly to release the top. You may have to remove the right side saddlebag to do this. You may have to bend the fender in towards the tire a little in order to lift it. I don't mean bending it so there is a crease, just a little for clearance. Removing the rear tire will make this considerably easier.

I Highly recommend you get the factory service manual as it will spell out every step.
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