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Hi, I have a 2004 dyna-wide glide, i'm going to change the oil, i'm not sure which plug on the bottom case is the one for the engine oil. can you please advise me? thank you

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The large plug on the outside is the engine oil drain. It's made exposed because it's changed more often than the transmission oil. It's the plug closest to the left front corner of the pan.

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