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Do you drain the transmission fluid from more than the bolt on the bottom of the bike/ 2005 road king. Is there a primary that you drain too?

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No, to first question, yes, to the primary drain.

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the oil tank is on the bottom of the transmission in your RK. There are two drain plugs. The plug towards the front left of the pan is the oil drain plug. The other one is for the transmission.

Drain the oil, replace the filter, refill with three quarts of oil and you're ready to go. The dipstick has two marks on it. The upper mark is "FULL HOT", and the lower mark is "FULL COLD". Do not overfill.

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Is there a site that i can see where the drain plugs are for changing my fluids on my 2000 harley


Print this out and have seat on the floor beside your bike.

The oil tank for you bike is on the bottom of the transmission. Look under the bike from the left hand side. On the bottom of the transmission, you'll see two drain plugs. The one nearest the center of the pan is the drain for the transmission. The one nearest the front left corner is the engine drain plug. Now. Put our hand on your derby cover (large round cover on the outer primary cover). Just below it all the way at the lowest point on the bottom of the cover you'll find a pipe plug. This is the drain for the primary. It takes a Torx type allen wrench to remove it. Refill the primary from the derby cover. Remove the derby cover,stand the bike as straight up as you can get it safely, add primary lubricate until it reaches the bottom edge of the clutch spring. 36-44 ounces.

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Oil Change instructions for a 2007 FLHRS . Is there an online instruction link available for changing the oil on my 2007 FLHRS


I've never seen an online link but Chilton's sells a manual that will tell you most anything you want to know.

To change the oil, you must first drain the oil tank. Looking underneath the bike on the bottom of the transmission, you'll see two drain plugs. One will be in the middle of the tank and one will be towards the left side of the bike and slightly forward. The one on the left side and forward is your oil drain. Remove it to drain your oil.

While the oil is draining, change out the filter. Simply screw the old one off and install the new one. You may have to take the crank sensor out of the crankcase to get the filter out. Remove the screw holding it in, pull it out. When you get the new filter back on, reinstall the sensor. Don't overtighten the bolt holding the sensor in.

Now refill the oil tank. I think your FLHRS takes four quarts of oil. Put in three and check the level with the bike on the stand. Fill to the "Full Cold" mark is reached.

If you drain the transmission oil, remove the small plug and refill with 20-24 ounces of Harley Davidson trans lube.

If you wish to drain and change the primary lube, remove the drain plug on the bottom of the primary case and the "derby cover" over the clutch. Once drained, replace the drain plug and stand the bike straight up. Add 40-44 ounces of H-D transmission/primary lube or fill until level just comes to the bottom of the clutch spring.

Your bike originally came with Syn3 lubricant in all three places.

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