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2006 Road King Classic what are the oil requirements for primary, trans and crank

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Engine 4 quarts, primary 40 oz, transmission 32 oz

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Is it possible for the transmission fluid in my 2005 Road King to leak into the crank case oil pan?


if there is a faulty seal on the crankshaft then the gear oil can get to the crankcase
being a separate case with separate oil, check that the breather for the transmission is not blocked and the pressure build up is not forcing the oil past the seal into the crankcase

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2008 road king classic leaks engine oil into my primary case?


Hi Anonymous, first check your engine breathing system to make sure it isn't block or restricted causing the crankcase to pressurize. If ok replace engine case main seal. Good luck

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I just switched from a Softail Standard to a 2001 Road King Classic (FLHRCI). I need to service the bike but noticed the drain plug for the oil is not located in the same place on the frame as the...


The RK oil tank is on the bottom of the transmission. the drain plug is near the center of the oil tank. There is also a transmission drain on the side of the oil pan. Loosen the plug just enough to allow a little oil out to make sure you have the correct plug before you take it completely out. It take three quarts of oil with a filter change.

Steve

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My dad has a difficult time finding neutral on his 99 road king classic. is there a way to adjust?


I have a 99 FLHT. The issues are the same with finding neutral. This was because of a gear design change in the tranny to supposedly make the trans quieter.
So that said, do this, while in 1st, clutch pulled in, rev (blip throttle) motor slightly with upwards pressure on the shift lever. This blip breaks the friction between the plates in the clutch pack taking the pressure off the trans gears which helps get it into neutral.
BTW, this issue was present in my 1990 Softail as well, what worked then still works now.

Jun 08, 2010 | 2000 Harley Davidson FLHRCI Road King...

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Seeking drain plug location on 1999 classic road


the engine oil drain plug is on the right side almost in line with the end of the back cyclinder just under the exhaust make sure that it is the front plug (oil) not tranny

Jul 19, 2009 | 2006 Harley Davidson FLHR Road king

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Have devolped a small leak on 2005 road king. drips from bottom of primary cover at drain bolt. running down from above. back of primary cover has slight oil dampness around transmission and starter shaft...


Spray it off at the car wash to remove all the oil , then spray Right Guard (Yes, that Right Guard) on the area of the leak. It will show up, but you may not be able to see exactly where. There are a couple spots where it can leak. The jackshaft oil seal, as you said, transmission output shaft (clutch shaft) on the trans itself, the inner primary seal where the trans shaft runs thru, the engine sprocket shaft oil seal, inner primary O-ring, the bolts that hold the inner primary to the engine/trans, the primary chaincase gasket and the drain plug. Hopefully when you get it apart, you will see which seal is leaking. If not, replace them all. Still want to fix the leak? LOL

Jun 30, 2009 | 2005 Harley Davidson FLHR - FLHRI Road...

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Oil change on 05 road king


I typed out a Real Long dissertation of how to do this step by step, and all of my tricks. Forgot what the primary oil amount is to refill, don't have access to my manuals. (Gloomy day for an old biker)

Went to find this info, and there's an old Harley mechanic, (Kinda' looks like me!), that has a step by step Video of how to do an oil change on a Road King!

Here it is,
http://www.expertvillage.com/video/164136_do-oil-change-harley-davidson.htm

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Primary case


3/4 of a quart or bottle of primary chaincase fluid or change to 20/50 synthetic and dont worry about changing it for about 6000 miles the oil can be put in by removeing either cover hope this helps

Nov 10, 2008 | 2006 Harley Davidson FLHR Road king

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