Question about 2003 Harley Davidson FXD Dyna Super Glide
Hi Kim, It can be done without jacking up engine, just takes a little patience and a ball allen would be helpfull. Start by blocking up motorcycle with wood in a safe and secure manner, drain engine and transmission oil. Remove the ten screws that secure the oil pan to the transmission housing. Remove oil pan and gasket, remove baffle assembly and spring from oil pan. When re-installing start with a clean pan and new gasket, I use a few dabs of gasket cinch to hold gasket in place or heavy grease will also work, torque oil pan screws to 84 to 108 inch pounds or 7 to 9 ft lbs. in a criss cross pattern starting in the middle and working your way outwards. Torque drain plug bolts to 14 to 21 ft lbs. You can go to the website below and for $5.50 you can download a service manual (highly recomended)
Posted on Apr 26, 2015
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