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How do i change the oil pan gasket on a 2002 Road King? I have oil leaking from the pan.

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Remove the pan, clean both gasket surfaces, wipe a light film of silicone on both surfaces, then stick the new gasket back to the surface and mount the oil pan back on.

Your local dealer can give you the torque specs, but just making them 1/2 turn past finger tight works, too. Don't ride for a couple hours after you're done, so the silicone has time to set up.

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