Question about 2003 Harley Davidson FLHRCI Road King Classic
Okay this requires some small or really flexible fingers. the very first thing to stress is do one plug at a time!
If you look at the very front of your gas tank down at the bottom you will see the bolt on each side. The tank has a tab with rubber grommets of sorts over it. Just beneath those you will see the mounting bracket for your coil.
Now lets start with the rear jug, unplug the spark plug wire, using your fingers trace it thru the loom behind the horn, thread it thru the loom and get it clear, then unplug it from the coil. Now take your new wire thread it back fropm the jug to the coil, plug it on the spark plug, then on the coil. Repeat for the front jug. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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