Question about 2004 Harley Davidson FLHR - FLHRI Road King
You're going to have to remove a lot more than that. You've got to remove the outer primary cover to get to the jackshaft. The jackshaft has a long bolt in it with a bend tab washer to hold it in place. Remove the bolt. You may can pull the starter out then there is a "coupling" that connects the starter and the jackshaft. It has to go in in a particular way. Make sure you identify which way this coupling has to be in there. It has a snap ring on the inside of it.
With that off, you may be able to get your starter off. I have seen them where you had to remove the clutch assembly by an inch or so to get the starter out. Of course, everything on the right side of the bike that gets in the way of the starter must come off as well.
Good Luck, Steve
Posted on May 06, 2010
Testimonial: "thanks bro...but its just a starter,lol"
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