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Exploded view of the rear axle spacing guide for a 2008 FLHX Street Glide

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SOURCE: how to program the fob for my 2008 flhx street glide

Per the owners manual that came with my 2008 FLHX on page 119 it says the fob's can only be assigned to the motorcycle by a "trained Harley technician" (for a nominal fee of course). The next 6 or so pages show how to arm and disarm your security system using the ignition switch and turn signals when your fob is not present or broken. If you don't have access to an owners manual you might check with your dealer,( again probably for a nominal fee)
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SOURCE: changed handle bars on 2009 flhx street glide -will not start

I would be inspecting the kill switch. Only thing on the bar that could be it other than the start button.

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SOURCE: where is the oil drain

I'm not really familiar with the Street Glide but usually on the "Glide" models, the oil tank is on the bottom of the transmission. There are usually two drain plugs on the bottom of the pan. The drain closest to the left front corner is the engine oil drain. The one nearest the center is the transmission.

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DOT 4 brake fluid

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Try this site. Any Big Twin from 2006 on should be the same.

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