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Where is the oil drain plug on a 2005 FLSTSCI?

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Look in owners repair manual for location spects

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I pulled the plug right under the center of the block. What did I do?

You simply took a plug out as far as I know. It's a drain plug like they used to put in them years ago and you've done no harm as far as I know. I'd put it back in and start the engine up. There is nothing in the crankcase but the crankshaft. There is a plug under the cam chest but it's just a drain plug as well. That might be the one you took out. If so, no harm has been done.

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Apr 30, 2011 | 2005 Harley Davidson FLSTSC - FLSTSCI...

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How to do an oil change

Look at the bottom of the oil tank from the right hand side of the bike. You'll see a large hose that runs towards the back of the bike instead of forward towards the front of the bike. Follow this hose or tube down along the frame, behind the transmission and you'll see a plug in the pipe. Remove this plug and the oil will drain out of the tank. Harley used to have a large diameter rubber hose but I've heard they changed that. If you follow the bottom frame tubes back to where they turn upwards behind the transmission, you should see the drain hose.

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Jun 17, 2010 | 2004 Harley Davidson FLSTF - FLSTFI Fat...

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It has a tickingnoiseat idle is that okey FLSTSCI

Yes - a ticking noise at idle (and lower engine RPM) is normal for Harleys of any year.

Apr 13, 2010 | 2005 Harley Davidson FLSTSC - FLSTSCI...

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What is the normal oil pressure on a HD 2005 Heritage Springer?

hello you didnt say what oil you run (weight 10-50 20-50 conv, or synthetic) as a average pressure at idle as low as 10psi and running down the road as high as 50psi

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Oil levek

On my 89 heritage flstc, with a 3 quart oil tank, I use just about 2.75 quarts to allow for expansion. Also I scratched a mark on the dip-stick to let me know if it gets too low

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