Question about 2006 Harley Davidson FLHX Street Glide
Location and if any known problems when changing.
They're located on the back side of the exhaust, about foot or so from there the pipe goes into the cylinder head.
When replacing, use a NEW sealing ring (about a buck each), and a dab of Anti-Seize on the threads.
When removing the old ones, they are tight!
The heat of the exhaust system makes them rust into place.
If access is good, you could try a 18mm wrench with a piece of pipe "cheater handle" to break them loose.
There is a special socket you should use, as it has a slot for the wire to pass through, which you can rent from an auto parts store if you don't want to buy.
Posted on Apr 19, 2014
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