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Need diagram where oil plugs are to change oil on a 1998 harley electrc glide classic

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The oil drain plug is on the bottomof the oil tank under the bike it is a bolt with an allen bolt hole in the middle going from frnt to back the tranny bolt goes straight up in about the same spot and the primary is the small torx fastner at the bottom of the primarry cover

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    my buddy just bought 1998 HD electra glide , we can't locate the transmission drain plug. Trying to do oil change. Help please?

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No oil pan plug, it is a sump system. Just find the oil tank, drain it, change the filter.

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