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Where is the oil drain on the 2003 Heritage Softail Classic?

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On the right side of the bike where the swing arm and frame meet look for a 5/8" head drain plug pointing straight down that is your drain for the engine oil.

Posted on May 20, 2010

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Hi Anonymous, it is on the bottom of the frame tube right hand side all the way in the rear. Good kuck

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its not a plug its a hose look under the tank on the pipe side, look for the hose thats goes to the bottom frame rail (tube) thats the drain hopes this helps

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Its at the back of crank box right hand side of bike attached to bottom of frame in a sprung clamp just before the softtail swingarm- black hose with a plug and hose clip

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