I am trying to do a spark test on my '07 Street Glide with the tank removed, but it appears the starting circuit is not complete now. I pulled the tank earlier to remove and test the coil, and replace the plugs and wires. The coil tested fine. After that I disconnected the Power Commander, because I think that may be the issue causing engine code P1356. Before I removed the tank, I did a spark test, and had no spark at the rear cylinder. I don't want to put the tank back on until I do the spark test again, unless it needs to complete the staring circuit for some reason (fuel injection). Does anyone know if that is the case or not?
Yes, I do have a plug in the hole. But now the starter does not crank over.
Since the tank is off, the connector to the fuel pump/module is off, and the fuel line not connected.
Do you think that would keep the starter circuit from being complete?