Question about 2003 Harley Davidson FLSTCI Heritage Classic
Posted by Anonymous on
Hi Anonymous, if you are carburated remove air cleaner and check your accelerator pump, if you are injected it could be fuel or the ICM, see if you can pull up any fault codes by going to: http://www.fuelmotousa.com/harleycodes.html Good luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
look at the fork legs at the bottom there is a bolt on both legs its only a small bolt,,, undo this bolt and the fork oil will drain out,, to refill the forks take the top nut off the fork leg near the handel bars,,,,,,dont over fill with oil,,,and only use the proper oil,,or the seals will blow out and the forks will be very stiff
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
Look under other for a shop manual Good Luck
Posted on Feb 25, 2011
SOURCE: My starter went out on
To remove your starter, first disconnect the negative side of the battery. Now, remove anything on the left side that prevents you from taking the outer primary cover off. Drain the oil from the primary and remove the cover. Just above the clutch assembly, you'll see the starter jackshaft. It has a bend tab type lock washer. Bend the tab out and remove the small bolt. Remover the starter jackshaft. There is a coupling that couples the jackshaft to the starter. It goes in only in one direction. Mark the coupling so that you know which way it goes back in.
Now, to the right side of the bike. Remove the exhaust system and take all the bolts out of the oil tank. You don't usually have to remove the tank but you need to be able to lift it a bit to get to the rear starter bolt and to get the starter out. There are two large bolts that hold the starter in. They take a 1/4" allen or hex key to remove them, Take these two bolts out and remove the positive battery cable from the starter and it will come out. The nut holding the starter cable on is metric, 12 or 13mm as best as I recall.
Installation is the exact reverse of the tear down.
Posted on Feb 27, 2011
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