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Finding the oil plug on a 2006 Dyna Low Rider

I need a drawing showing the oil drain and the primary drain and fill locations.

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Need assistance on changing oil and primary. Warrenty is out and doing it myself.


The oil drain plug is on the bottom of the transmission as the oil tank is located there. Usually the drain plug is the one closest to the left front of the pan. Drain the oil, change the filter, and add fresh oil. To change the primary, locate the small pipe plug on the bottom of the primary directly below the derby cover and remove it. Drain the oil, remove the derby cover, and stand the bike straight up. Fill the primary with oil just until it comes up the bottom of the outer clutch drum. Do not overfill. To change the transmission lubricant, locate the pipe plug on the front of the oil pan on the bottom of the transmission. Drain the oil and refill though the plug and dipstick in the chrome release cover on the right side of the transmission. Add 20-24 ounces of oil.

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I need to due an oilm change on a recently perchased '88 sofrtail with 5 speed and belt drive.what do I need to do?


Find the oil drain. It's located below the transmission on the frame behind the exhaust pipes. It may be a hose with a plug in it or the hose my plug onto the crossmember of the frame in that area. If it's in the crossmember, the drain plug is underneath the crossmember. Remove the plug and drain the oil. Replace the oil filter with a new one. Refill the oil tank with three quarts of 20W50 oil. Check the oil after your run the engine long enough to get it to normal operating temp. There are two marks on the dipstick. The top mark is "FULL HOT" the lower mark is "FULL COLD". Do not overfill and check the oil with the bike on the side stand.

To change the oil in your primary, Look below the rear of the outer primary cover way back where the clutch is loctated. Drain the oil and remove the derby cover. Stand the bike straight up and refill the primary with H-D Primary Lube. Fill the primary until the level of oil is just below the lowest portion of the clutch spring in the clutch pack. Do not overfill as the clutch will drag and you will not be able to find neutral position in the transmission with the engine running. About a quart of lube is sufficient.

The transmission drain is a pipe plug on the right side of the transmission. Drain and refill with 20-24 ounces of H-D transmission lube.

Your bike originally came from the factory with H-D Syn3 synthetic 20W50 engine oil in all three areas.

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There are two drain plugs on the bottom of the transmission. One is the engine oil and the other is the transmission. Drain the two oils from there. The primary oil drain is a small pipe plug underneath the lowest part of the primary drive cover.

The engine holds three quarts of oil, the transmission holds 20-24 ounces of oil, and the primary hold 36-42 ounces of oil. Fill the primary until the oil level is just to the bottom of the spring in the clutch assembly. If you get too much oil in the primary, the clutch will drag and you will be unable to find neutral with the engine running.

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I,ve got a 2008 Ultra classic, and want to change the fluids. It's got 8000 miles, and i dont have a owners manual. the oil, i can figure out , but the trans, and the primary I dont have an idea.


On the bottom of your transmission, there are two drain plugs, one for the transmission and one for the engine oil. The plug in the center is the transmission drain plug and the one toward the left front is the engine oil drain. The primary drain is a small pipe plug that takes a Torx wrench located at the bottom of the primary cover towards the rear of the bike.

Engine oil three quarts with filter. Then start the bike and let it run for a few minutes. Shut down the engine and check the oil level with the dipstick. The dipstick has two marks on it. "Full Cold" and "Full Hot". Fill to the full cold mark.

Transmission takes 20-24 ounces of oil and the primary takes 38-44 ounces of oil. Do not overfill the primary as it will cause your clutch to drag. All three sections take H-D Syn3 20W50 synthetic engine oil.

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Harley is notorous for changing the oil drain location and type of plug they use. On a '98 model Softail, the oil drain is a large diameter hose that runs down the frame on the right hand side just behind the transmission. It has a hose clamp on it and has a metal plug in the end of the hose. Remove the plug to drain the engine oil. If it's changed, you bike is equipped with a "horse shoe oil tank" in that the tank is shaped like a horse shoe. Look on the bottom of the tank and you'll see two hoses coming off the bottom. One is a small hose and goes to the to the forwards towards the engine. The other should be a bit larger and go downwards with a plug in the end.

There is a plug just below the chrome end cover on the right hand side of the transmission that drains the transmission. To refill the transmission, there is another plug on the chrome cover itself that takes a very large (7/16") allen wrench to remove. There is a dipstick on this plug. When you drain the transmission, refill with 20-24 ounce of H-D transmission lubricant.

The primary oil drain is located on the bottom of the primary cover at the very back. Some models screw into the out primary and some go into the inner primary from below. Either way, drain the primary and replace the plug. Remove the five bolts holding the derby cover on and fill the primary with H-D primary lubricant up to the bottom of the clutch spring. Look at the clutch assembly and you'll see the aluminum outer drum. Just inwards of that, you see a black disc. This is the diaphragm clutch spring. Fill the primary just up to this spring with the bike standing as straight up as you can safely get it. The capacity is 40-44 ounces of oil. Do not overfill or it will make your clutch drag.

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You have THREE oil 'compartments' on your particular year&model bike.

(1) The ENGINE OIL
---( which holds 3 to 3.5 quarts or liters of oil).
---On the right side of the bike, and at the rear of the ENGINE OIL TANK, you should notice a Hose that is connected to the oil tank. Follow that Hose downward.
The other end of that hose will either :

----A: Be connected to the bottom of the frame,
OR
----B: Have a Metal Plug in the end of the hose. That 'plug' will be held in the hose via a hose clamp, and also will be secured to the frame via a 'clip' that is actually part of the frame).

-- IF(A): the Hose leads from the tank and is attached to the frame, you will notice a hex-head plug (that also has a hex-cutout in it's center for insertion of a hex or allen key) underneath the part of the frame that the hose is attached to. Remove/Unscrew that Hexplug from the frame to drain the engine oil.

--IF(B): the hose that leads from the Oil Tank has a "HosePlug" that is inserted into the end of the hose, remove that plug to drain the engine oil.

*Removal of the Enging Oil DIPSTICK, located at the mouth/fill area at the top of the Tank will aid in a faster flow of oil from the tank. When done draining, re-install the drain plug.

-When changing the engine oil, also remove and install a new Oil Filter.

*Put in no more than 3 quarts/liters of oil into the Engine Oil Tank.
*Ride your bike for min. of 10 minuets, then park and shut down the engine, wait for about 2 minuets, and check the level via the Dipstick. Proper oil level will be at or just below the 'FULL' mark of the dipstick.

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(2) The TRANSMISSION OIL:

On the right side of the motorcycle, the
TRANSMISSION OIL FILLER PLUG/DIPSTICK is located on the foward facing side of the Transmission End Cover. The Trans End Cover is the cover that the Clutch Cable goes into. The Trans Fill/Dipstick has a Hex/Allen cutout in it for insertion of a hex/allen key to remove it.

The Trans DRAIN PLUG is either located either:
A: -Located on the Transmission Case, JUST BELOW the Trans End Cover. If here, the "Drain Plug" will be a TORX fastener. Remove that Torx fastener to drain the Trans Oil.
OR
B: -Located UNDERNEATH the Trans Case, in between the two Shock Absorbers. If here, the 'Drain Plug" will be a HexPlug that is the same type drain plug as described earlier for the engine drain.

TRANSMISSION OIL QUANTITY is as follows:
** 600 ml. for a 5-speed transmission.
OR
** One Full Quart/Liter for a 6-speed Transmission.

******Use the Trans Dipstick to verify that the level is correct. Between the FULL and ADD mark, or at the FULL mark.

ALSO NOTE: Drain, and Check your Oil when the bike is level. Have a friend assist you if needed. You don't want the bike falling, and/or landing on you.

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(3) The PRIMARY OIL

Located on the LEFT SIDE of motorcycle, the PRIMARY HOUSING connects the Engine Crankshaft TO the Transmission Output Shaft via a Primary Chain, which is lubricated by an oil bath.

(Make sure the Engine Run/Stop Switch is in the STOP or OFF position).

Remove the DERBY COVER (the Large round cover, with 5 Torx Fasteners. With the bike level, you should note that the oil level come to approx. just past the bottom of the Clutch Basket.

The Primary DRAIN PLUG is located: either at the

(A) Left Face of the Outer Primary Cover, below the Derby Cover.
If so, it will be a TORX or HEX/ALLEN fastener. It is NOT the same as the Hex/Allen fasteners that surround the Outer Primary Cover securing it to the Inner Primary Cover.

OR

(B) Located UNDERNEATH and ON the Outer Primary Cover, just below the Derby Cover area. It will either be a HEX FASTENER, or a Torx Fastener.

-Remove the Drain Plug to drain the Primary Oil.
-Reinstall the drain plug and fill (thru the Derby Cover Area) with ONE QUART/LITER of PRIMARY OIL.


****** BE SURE to clean and coat the threads of each Drain Plug with Teflon Paste thread sealant. NOT THREAD LOCKER.

****** BE SURE NOT TO OVER TIGHTEN THE DRAIN PLUGS.

If you are unclear of anything I wrote, please dont' hesitate to get in touch with me through here.
Good Luck , and THANK YOU.
-Marko






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