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Excess presure in milk crank case on street glide

Milky oil and presure in crank case

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What year????? Sounds like a breather problem. Does the bike get fully warmed up a lot of a lot of short rides???? It appears to have moisture/water in the oil. Should not have pressure in the crankcase.

Posted on Oct 18, 2014

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SOURCE: what plug do i take out to drain oil on a street glide

THE 5/8 BOLT IS ON LEFT SIDE OF UR OIL PAN (LEFT SIDE IF SETTING ON UR BIKE)

Posted on Mar 23, 2009

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SOURCE: 2007 street glide misses and wonts to stall out when taking off??

my roadking just did the same thing, check the gasket between carb and intake

Posted on Aug 10, 2009

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SOURCE: I get excessive vibration in my 06 Street Glide fairing at idle.

I have a 2007 street glid eand have been through 2 sets of fairing brackets. it started with around 500 miles on the bike. very bad design, I had the factory bracket reinforced and problem solved. My old mans bike, same problem. Check the fairing brackets,

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SOURCE: i have a 2006 street glide fuel injected engine

If you have the spark plugs out of the engine, you will not see a spark on them when you crank the engine over. The engine is equipped with a compression sensor. No compression, no spark. Try installing another set of spark plugs and the rotate the engine over with a set in the wires.

Not getting any fuel is a tough one. Since I don't know much about the fuel injected, computer controlled models, the first thing I could tell you to do is to check to see if your fuel pump is working. With your ear press to the fuel tank, turn the switch on after it's been sitting a while. You should be able to hear the fuel pump run for just a few seconds. I don't know what to tell you to listen for though. Some pumps make a whirring type sound others a clicking type sound. If you know someone else that owns a fuel injected bike, try it on their bike and see if you can hear anything. That's the best I can do. Good Luck!

Posted on Jan 22, 2010

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SOURCE: 2007 street glide in need of help(dealers say no problem)

What's your miles between changes?1500 to 2500 miles 1 qt. aint bad.Are you injected?do computer thing for ign/timing and air/fuel settings.If you're carb do jet cleaning and check float bowl setting.Check that float isn't leaking[full of fuel].Check plugs for good color and look for black residue in rear pipe,signs of bad air/fuel mixture and bad burning plug[coil voltage].If your carb doesn't have float check setting of rod that operates the fuel diaphragm.Do computer check for ign timing.Yea, if the plugs are oil fouled then forget what I said bout oil consumption.Baby it till winter and get top end done.Don't worry,2007 is too new for a top end.General tune-up should fix you up.New coils maybe.

Posted on Mar 28, 2010

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