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How to change out transmission lubrication on a 1992 fltcu harley davidson

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The transmission drain plug is in the middle of the transmission case underneath the vehicle. Feel around or get your head near the ground and you'll see it. Fill the tranny (at the plug in the end cover) with 20- 22 ounces of a motorcycle specific gear/transmission fluid.

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