Question about 2003 Harley Davidson FLHTCUI Electra Glide Ultra Classic
The oil collects just up under near kick stand they said that they think that it is a seal between the trans and engine oil your thoughts??
First off, determine if it's transmission fluid, or primary chain case fluid.
I had the seal on the transmission main shaft go on me once (the seal under the transmission rear drive pulley, behind the inner primary cover).
This can be changed with the transmission still in the bike, but the entire primary needs to come apart, and the transmission sprocket/pulley removed to access it.
If it's primary fluid, it's probably the seal on the inner primary case that the transmission shaft runs through and that the clutch assembly bolts to.
Again, the entire primary needs to be torn down to access this.
Either way, the cost of the part isn't bad, but the labor is the killer, as it's a 6-10 hour job, if I remember the book's quote.
Posted on Mar 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: oil change 1999H D Electra glide
The plug ( 3/4 wrench ) under the trans when your looking at the trans cover ( right side of the bike ) is the trans. If you drained that replace it with 24 oz. of either HD trans fluid or I prefer Golden Spectro 75/140 ( much better shifting on a Harley ( trust me you'll never go back to HD trans fluid ) the drain for your motor oils is on the same pan ( on the bottom ) but it's the plug facing the front of the bike. Looks just like the trans plug. Both use a 11105 o ring which you should replace everytime ( just for piece of mind as well as leaks ) you need 4 quarts of 20/59 HD oil. Hope it helps.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
SOURCE: engine oil plug
Another way to locate it, is with the bike on the kickstand, look underneath of it from the right (brake) side. The oil drain plug is on the front of the square looking pan under, and to the rear of the engine. The oil drain is the plug on the front of that pan, on the left (shifter) side of the bike. The trans drain is on that same square looking pan, but towards the right side, and faces down. It screws in and out vertically, whereas the oil drain is horizontal
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
SOURCE: trans oil change
Run the bike until it's at operating temp. Locate the drain plug. On the oil pan right under the transmission. remove the plug using a 1/4 allen. Fully drain. replace plug ( I suggest applying Teflon tape on the threads to make sure you won't leak ) then put in 23 ounces. runn the bike back up to operating temperature, then check level with bike upright and level.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
well the easy way is to jack up bike remove the nut jiffy stand slide it out hook spring slide it back in and tight nut hope this helps
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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