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Oil come out the air cleaner

Why does oil come out the air cleaner on Harley Davidson 1991 fat boy?

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Could also be that you you added too much oil. I had that problem on a sportster

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Too much crankcase pressure or the breather pipe is split/dosconnected. The crankcase breather goes into the rear of the air filter and the crankcase gasses are drawn in to the cylinder with the gas/air mixture and burned

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Too much crankcase pressure or the breather pipe is split/dosconnected. The crankcase breather goes into the rear of the air filter and the crankcase gasses are drawn in to the cylinder with the gas/air mixture and burned

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