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Code po261 comes up and pops out of air cleaner at low speeds

Pops when at low rpms. replaced fuel filter and hoses in tank per. shops suggestion

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P0261 66 Front injector open/low 6.8 DTC P0261, P0262, P0263, P0264
Replace both injectors.

REPLACE INJECTOT

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SOURCE: Bike began running rough so I changed the oil,

"Oh, and now I can\'t even read the oil level on my dipstick due to the fact it is significantly LOW" This is not a good sign. Now, my expertise is NOT on the Twin Cam bikes but I do try to help when I can. In your case, if your engine were an earleir Evolution or Shovelhead engine, I'd say that you had sheared a scavenge gear drive key in the oil pump. Now, I do not know a thing about the oil pump in a Twin Cam as I've never worked on one. It sounds like your oil pump is not scavenging (sucking) the oil out of the engine and pumping it back to the oil tank. Once the pump pumps the oil into the engine, it stays there. Thats why you're seen the "massive amounts of oil spitting out of the little hoses behind the air cleaner". Take your bike to a dealer or qualified shop as soon as possible and I'd refrain from running it. An engine full of oil would also expain why the engine does not want to run as well.

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Never owned a H-D, but every bike I've owned has the gas tank vented through the fuel cap.

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SOURCE: Bike starts and runs good

Yes corroded ignition switch can cause the problem.------- Dirty coil and spark plugs or weak cam sensor can also cause this problem.------- You can test this with meter and confirm.Some parts gets weak and heat sensitive, so the bike starts fine, but once the part gets hot, it stops operating and problem occurs.-------- Click this below and get more details, for troubleshooting the problem:--- http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/09/harley-davidson-fuel-injected-flhrci.html ----------- This will help.thanks.Helpmech.

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Many gasoline powered small engines incorporate a "fuel shut off valve" either at the bottom of the tank (near the fuel hose connection) or an inline type valve on the fuel line itself. Make sure the valve is on - many times this means the handle is inline with the hose instead of perpendicular to it.

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The next thing to check is the fuel and air filters. If the fuel is old or has become clogged, it will be necessary to replace it. These filters are located between the fuel tank and carb. Many are located inline on the fuel hose. You should shut the fuel shut off valve if it is between the tank and the filter to prevent fuel from draining from the tank when the filter is removed (or have a container ready to capture the entire contents of the tank). The air filter usually becomes clogged before the fuel filter will - depending if it is operated in a dirty / dusty environment or not. You may be able to wash a sponge filter or use compressed air to clean a paper filter by directing air / water streams opposite of the normal airflow direction. Older foam filters will likely break apart and require replacement and paper filters contaminated with oil (unless designed to be in oil) may not clean up enough to allow enough air into the carb and require replacement.

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How to change the fuel filter


Fuel Filter The filter should be inspected for external damage and/or leakage at least once a year. The fuel filter should be changed only as necessary. Toyota Motor Corporation recommends replacing the carbureted fuel filters at 15,000 miles and 30,000 miles on fuel injected models. NOTE: Fuel lines and connections, fuel tank vapor vent system hoses and fuel tank bands should be inspected every 60,000 miles or every 36 months. The fuel tank cap gasket should be replaced 60,000 miles or every 72 months.
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REMOVAL & INSTALLATION Carbureted Engines The fuel filter on carbureted engines is a plastic cylinder with two ports for the fuel. It is usually located in the engine compartment near the charcoal canister.
  1. Using a pair of pliers, expand the hose clamp on one side of the filter, and slide the clamp further down the hose, past the point to which the filter pipe extends. Remove the other clamp in the same manner. Grasp the clamps and slide them up the hose slightly above the filter ends 88271p10.jpg

  2. Grasp the hoses near the ends and twist them gently to pull them free from the filter pipe. Slide the hose off the end of the fuel filter end 88271p11.jpg

  3. Pull the filter from the clip and discard. Be carefull when removing the filter, some fuel may spill out if not held upright 88271p12.jpg
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  4. Install the new filter into the clip. The arrow must point towards the hose that runs to the carburetor.
  5. Push the hoses onto the filter pipes, then slide the clamps back into position.
  6. Start the engine and check for leaks.
Fuel Injected Engines 1993-97 MODELS
  1. Turn the ignition switch to the LOCK position. Disconnect the negative battery cable and wait at least 90 seconds before proceeding with working on the fuel system. This will depressureize the fuel system. The fuel filter can be hard to locate on these engines 88271pa1.jpg
    Fig. 4: Exploded view of the fuel filter mounting - 1993-97 models 88271g02.gif
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  2. Disconnect the Intake Air Temperature (IAT) sensor wiring.
  3. Loosen the air cleaner hose clamp bolt, the disconnect the four air cleaner cap clips. Fig. 6: Loosen the air cleaner hose clamp bolt 88271g04.gif

  4. Spearate the air cleaner hose from the throttle body, and remove the air cleaner cap together with the air cleaner hose.
  5. Disconnect the EVAP canister hose from the charcoal canister. Fig. 7: Remove both EVAP hoses from the charcoal canister 88271g05.gif

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I've had this problem on vehicles with 70k or more miles on them. Symptoms include rough or uneven idle and dying. OBDII showes no codes.

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Check fuel pressure and replace the fuel filter if it's low.

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