Question about 2003 Harley Davidson FXDL Dyna Low Rider
Hi Officershane, you might be able to sneek a long telescopic pencil magnet or fexible grab all in between the rear tire and fender. otherwise you have to disconnect the bottom of rear shocks and raise the back end after blocking the frame of course, be nice if you have a cycle jack/lift. The website below has a nice one for $100 including shipping. Good luck
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Posted on May 09, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 93 Dyna low rider fork oil.
your local hd shop should be able to answer this for you as its a mesured amount and to much or too little will make the bike not handle right
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
the tranny plug is behind the oil spout its usually a big allen head bolt. You should use a quality oil like AMSOIL 20W50 motorcycle oil or AMSOIL gear oil. I have the 20W50 in mine and really like the benifit of not having a pultrolium product in my bike. You can get the AMSOIL online a http://hbsynlube.com/sales. You'll beglad you changed it.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
Sorry, not up on new hogs but I think you remove plate off outer primary,it's got the foot peg mounted on it.Look through hole and you'll see the bolt that holds the chain support unit.Carefully loosen bolt and pry up or down,tighten or loosen, tension.You don't have belt right? some newer ones do.If you want hi-tech and yours doesn't have one already remove the outer primary and replace the "skidplate" adjuster with a roller type.Makes things quiet.There is room in the hole to check that you don't get chain too tight.
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
This used to be a common problem back in the days of generators but I've not heard of this since Harley went to the alternator systems in 1970. It is unusual to say the least.
The first thing I'd do is have my battery tested. This is simply good procedure anytime you are experiencing a charging system problem.
Next, check the output of your alternator. To do this, you'll need a DVOM, digital volt ohm meter. Unplug the voltage regular at the front of your engine case close to the oil filter. Now, put your DVOM into "Voltage", "AC", Range 50 volts or better. Now, with the engine running, put one lead from the meter to one of the pins in the plug in the engine case. Put the other lead in the other pin. Rev the engine up to about 2000-2500 RPM. You should read at least 30 Volts AC. You must have the meter in the AC positon because an alternator puts out alternating current. Your regulator converts it to Direct Current voltage for the charging the battery and reduces the voltage. If you are reading thirty volts or better, I would suspect the Voltage Regulator is your problem.
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
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