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Transmission leaking from shifter arm - 2006 Harley Davidson FLHRCI Road King Classic

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Hi Anonymous, there is a small seal behind that arm and you have to remove the inner primary to replace it. Not a job for the average do it your self type. Take it to your local dealer or reputable shop. Good luck

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