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I'm trying to identify the oil plug to complete an oil change. Do you have a digram so that I can select the correct plug?

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Well, you didn't tell me what model Harley you are working on. But, if it's one of the bikes with the oil pan on the bottom of the transmission, it's the plug closest to the left front corner of the pan. The plug nearest the center of the pan is the transmission drain.

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