Question about Motorcycles
Depends on what year it is.
Location varies year to year.
Some are under the seat.
Other years are behind the left side cover below the seat.
Posted on Apr 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You stated you don't need the list. So what is it exactly do you need?
If it's just an oil change there are a couple things you should know before you start. First and foremost is get the right oil filter wrench. I went through this and thought I could handle it with the filter wrenches I had. Big mistake. Spend the money and get yourself a good filter wrench. It will pay for itself first use. The best one I found was a cup with a portion of the back edge cut out. This is clearance for the crankshaft position sensor. I included a link to a pic of the type I got. The only other thing to be aware of is the o-ring on the oil drain plug. Just make sure you check it for damage. As for oil I used Red Line. It's always worked great in my autos and there are no issues with invalidating the warranty.
Hope this helps. But if not or you just need other info let me know and I can give it to you straight out of the service manual.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
SOURCE: oil drain plug for 2006 flhrs
The nut is a 5/8 socket, its almost directly under the seat on the bottom of the engine. Best to pull out the dipstick to drain the oil quicker. Use a new washer when you refit the sump plug to prevent leaks.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
If you have other accessories try un hook them and check all your wire harness make sure nothing is melted or damaged.clean all contact surface for wire connections.if removing accessories helps u might consider installing relays that pull power from the battery to power them,but get their signal from accesory circuit with on off switches.(to ensure everything gets turned off by the key)
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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