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I have a 2005 electra glide classic, my question is where the clutch cable enters the transmission i have a small oil leak, i check it before each ride , and i havent had to add any oil, is there an oil seal at this location or is there a rubber gromet and what do i have to do to fix the leak

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There is a seal -I suggest you take it to a Service Center

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