Question about 2002 Harley Davidson FLHTCUI Electra Glide Ultra Classic
The manual states to remove gears and slide back with out gears installed can it be done any other way?
Hi Mike, to do any type of transmission work, the transmission case/housing stays in the frame. The bearing housing, main and countershafts with gears come out as an assembly. Good luck
Posted on May 01, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like a loose connection to me. On my FXDWG, the gauge has a rubber ring around it that holds it into the fuel tank. Carefully rock the gauge side to side while gently pulling up on it. Do not twist the gauge and be careful not to pull upwards too hard. The wires under the gauge are relatively short. The gauge will be in your hand and the sending unit is in the tank, Check all wires for a good connection.
I don't know of a test for the gauge. We used to test gauges in automobiles by taking the sending unit wire loose and then grounding it. When the wire is loose, the gauge will read full scale in one direction, when the wire is grounded, the gauge will read full scale in the other direction. Testing the sending unit is more difficult as it's basically a rheostat or variable resistor. You would have to remove the unit from the tank. The sending unit has a float on the end of a long crooked rod. It can be a real treat trying to get the sending unit out of the tank without bending the rod. If you bend the rod, the gauge will not read correctly even if everything else is right.
I'd check the wiring connections first. For what it's worth, these gauges are not known for their reliablity and quite often fail. Since your bike is fuel injected, you really need though. Mine doesn't work anymore and I use my trip meter to tell when I need fuel. Between 150 & 200 miles, I look for a gas station.
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
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REMOVAL & INSTALLATION See Figures 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12
Fig. Fig. 1: To access the instrument cluster mounting screws, remove the lower bezel ...
Fig. Fig. 2: ... and the driver's side end cap ...
Fig. Fig. 3: ... to access the upper trim bezel screws. After removing all of the screws ...
Fig. Fig. 4: ... carefully pull the upper bezel from the instrument panel
Fig. Fig. 5: Once the bezel is removed, the instrument cluster mounting screws can be removed (two on each side)
Fig. Fig. 6: After the mounting serews are removed, reach behind the cluster and unplug the electrical connectors ...
Fig. Fig. 8: Instrument cluster mounting detail (models with a mechanical transmission range indicator)
Fig. Fig. 9: Range indicator cable mounting detail
Fig. Fig. 10: On models with a mechanical transmission range indicator, the cable must be accessed by removing the lower steering column cover. Remove the mounting fasteners, and lower the cover ...
Fig. Fig. 11: ... disconnect the parking brake cable ...
Fig. Fig. 12: and remove the reinforcement
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