Question about 2001 Harley Davidson FXDWG Dyna Wide Glide
Can i get my money back?
There is no set answer to this question. You purchased a used unit. Was there any factory warranty, regular or extended from the previous owner that could be transferred into your name? Was there any written agreement between you and the dealer concerning warranty? If not you may be at his mercy. Also the laws governing this situation vary from state to state in the US. Check with the state DMV.
Posted on Jan 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This needs a new gasket normally, unless there has been some impact damage which has cracked the casing(?) Check where the leak is coming from. If it is further in towards the middle of the bike it could be a crack or a seal between the gearbox and primary chaincase. If it is under the chaincase, you need to remove the footrest/boards and remove the chaincase screws, hitting the outer cover with a rubber mallet to break the seal, and taking off the chaincase cover, clean off the old gasket and applying a new one with some silicone sealer. Make sure you drain the oil from the chaincase or you will have a huge mess!
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
I'm sure there is a seal in the end of the starter and it can be replaced. The problem is that most dealers will not do this. They simply change the starter, it's quicker and they make more money on the job. This is a bad situation but that's the way it is. Now, if you wish to pay him by the hour to remove your starter, disassemble and replace the seal, reassemble the starter, and reinstall it, maybe he'll do it. But, I'd be willing to bet that this route would cost you more as well. The dealer is in business to make money.
This is why people with above average mechanical skills do some of their own work these days. If you can pull the starter and disassemble it, you can remove the seal and take it to most any bearing and seals parts house and they can match you up with a seal.
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
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