Question about 2005 Harley Davidson FXDL - FXDLI Dyna Low Rider
I have not worked on any of the newer Dyna's but this is the way Harley usually does the Dyna battery trays. To get the battery out, first remove the seat. Now, look at the battery tray and on the left side is a bolt that screws into the frame and then one that screws upwards hold the battery tray. There is also a bolt on the right side that screws upwards into the frame. Take the bolt on the left out, loosen the bolt that screws horizonally into the frame but don't take it out. Now, lower the battery tray by loosening the bolt that screws upward into the frame on the left side of the battery. This bolt is a "jack bolt" and raises and lowers the battery tray. It might not be exactly like this but I'm pretty sure whatever Harley is using is similar to this.
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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