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1-800-258-2464

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Reach Harley-Davidson Customer Care

Phone Numbers

Phone Number: 1-414-342-4680
Fax Number: 1-414-3434621
Customer Service Number: 1-800-258-2464 or 1-414-343-4056
Harley Owners Group: 1-800-258-2464
Harley Davidson Credit: 1-888-691-4337
Harley Davidson Visa: 1-800-699-2281
Harley Davidson Insurance: 1-888-691-4337 1-800-258-2464

Harley Customer Service - fix my bike

Rated 3.0 out of 5
July 9, 2015

I have a 05 sportster 1200 custom Lehman trike that has been to Battlefield Harley in Gettysburg since I bought it. All the extra they have installed. They replaced the starter/run switch and installed a new battery [ old one they installed 3 yrs ago] Since then I got only 30 min run time before it blows master fuse. it has been in shop twice and they said they found problem , [ bad fuse –60.00 plus hundred for tow.spent 2 wks because of 4th of July, found pinched wire replace fuse 80,00. ] I got it back and now I can’t 5 min. had it towed to back and now they don’t know when they can get to it because it is bike week Yes I know it is bike week. I will still be here after the visitors leave. and since you “fixed it” twice maybe you should give it attention now

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roy

Harley Davidson Customer Service

Rated 3.0 out of 5
July 2, 2014

Harley Davidson Has Gone Bad Again, All They Want Is The Money, Freedom Harley In Canton, Ohio Is The Worst Dealership I Have Ever Dal With All Bad Folks From the Sale To Service Dept, Moron Will Bad The Warrant I Am To Have.

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KICKER

Harley-Davidson Customer Service

Rated 3.0 out of 5
June 23, 2014

Have a 2008 Harley FLHX. only has about 5,000 miles on it. All four fairing supports are broken which caused a board in the radio to crack. Also told that I have to replace the two handlebar bolts since the original ones hit the radio causing a ground out. I understand Harley Davidson is aware of these particular problems but failed to address this problem through a recall or even some type of communication warning of the problem. Between getting the radio repaired, replacing all four fairing supports, and the two handlebar bolts I am out over $370.00. That is if I can do the labor myself.

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John
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Rated 2.8 out of 5
2.8 out of 5 stars (based on 325 reviews)

Harley Customer Service - fix my bike

Rated 3.0 out of 5
July 9, 2015

I have a 05 sportster 1200 custom Lehman trike that has been to Battlefield Harley in Gettysburg since I bought it. All the extra they have installed. They replaced the starter/run switch and installed a new battery [ old one they installed 3 yrs ago] Since then I got only 30 min run time before it blows master fuse. it has been in shop twice and they said they found problem , [ bad fuse –60.00 plus hundred for tow.spent 2 wks because of 4th of July, found pinched wire replace fuse 80,00. ] I got it back and now I can’t 5 min. had it towed to back and now they don’t know when they can get to it because it is bike week Yes I know it is bike week. I will still be here after the visitors leave. and since you “fixed it” twice maybe you should give it attention now

Avatar for roy
roy

Harley Davidson Customer Service

Rated 3.0 out of 5
July 2, 2014

Harley Davidson Has Gone Bad Again, All They Want Is The Money, Freedom Harley In Canton, Ohio Is The Worst Dealership I Have Ever Dal With All Bad Folks From the Sale To Service Dept, Moron Will Bad The Warrant I Am To Have.

Avatar for KICKER
KICKER

Harley-Davidson Customer Service

Rated 3.0 out of 5
June 23, 2014

Have a 2008 Harley FLHX. only has about 5,000 miles on it. All four fairing supports are broken which caused a board in the radio to crack. Also told that I have to replace the two handlebar bolts since the original ones hit the radio causing a ground out. I understand Harley Davidson is aware of these particular problems but failed to address this problem through a recall or even some type of communication warning of the problem. Between getting the radio repaired, replacing all four fairing supports, and the two handlebar bolts I am out over $370.00. That is if I can do the labor myself.

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John