Question about 2002 Harley Davidson FLHR - FLHRCI Road king
Any easy suggestions on removing the fuel pump from a 2002 FLHRI
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Changing Oil 05 FLHRI Road King
Same oil filter, you're good to go, not to worry. As for the drain plug, I torque everything that calls for torques. If you don't have a torque wrench, be careful when you put it on, you don't want to over torque your aluminum case...you'll strip it, and wish you had spent the money on the torque wrench. If you plan on doing any work on your bike, get a good torque wrench. It will pay for itself and give you ease of mind knowing the job is done right.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
Hi Cammy, I hope you are following the instructions in the Owners Manual? The steps are as follows: 1. Turn IGN on. 2. Press and hold keyfob until the turn signals flash 3 times 3. Turn IGN off 4. Press and hold keyfob until turn signals flash 3 times again. Red seurity light will be flashing on and off. Alarm will be set but motion detection will be deactivated.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
They're probably not loose. The movement you're feeling is probably in the rubber bushing that the handlebars are mounted in. Harley has used rubber bushings for years to isolate the handlebars from as much engine and road vibration as possible.
On your "cruiser" bikes like your roadking, the bushing are quite soft to dampen the vibration to a greater degree. The bushing on the Softail may not be as soft. The good news is that they aren't difficult to replace with a firmer set. You will have to take the headlight nachelle off to gain access to the nuts or bolts that hold them in place. You can order aftermarket bushings that are more firm or you can even get solid steel bushings to eliminate the movement to the degree that you want.
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
SOURCE: 1997 flhri road king is
According to your description, your bike is a FLHRI. The "I" indicates that it is fuel injected. There are no adjustments that the owner can make to the fuel system. You'll have to take it to a shop,
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
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