Question about 2001 Harley Davidson FLHRCI Road King Classic
You need special o-rings from H-D parts and then need small screwdrivers or like tools to replace them. Often there is trouble with this and people end up with a new tank fitting which requires disassembly of the tank top, removal of the fuel pump and filer etc. etc.
Posted on Nov 29, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You stated you don't need the list. So what is it exactly do you need?
If it's just an oil change there are a couple things you should know before you start. First and foremost is get the right oil filter wrench. I went through this and thought I could handle it with the filter wrenches I had. Big mistake. Spend the money and get yourself a good filter wrench. It will pay for itself first use. The best one I found was a cup with a portion of the back edge cut out. This is clearance for the crankshaft position sensor. I included a link to a pic of the type I got. The only other thing to be aware of is the o-ring on the oil drain plug. Just make sure you check it for damage. As for oil I used Red Line. It's always worked great in my autos and there are no issues with invalidating the warranty.
Hope this helps. But if not or you just need other info let me know and I can give it to you straight out of the service manual.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
remove seat, remove console on top of tank, disconnect wiring from console to tank, disconnect vent line if present, disconnect fuel line on tank, disconnect fuel gauge (up under tank on left side, 3 wires, 4 wire connector, wires are yellow, orange, and black), remove bolt at rear of tank, remove two side bolts up front under tank (coil bracket is there also, carefully cut clamp on cross over hose located up front under tank.
This works better with three hands remove one side of cross over hose, fuel will flow freely so the extra hands are good at "plugging" the hose and the tank. Gently remove tank tilting front of tank as much as you can till you get it clear of the frame, while still tilted at a steep angle put the cross over hose back on.
To make things easier drain all fuel out of tank before reversing the process to reinstall tank. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
If the seventh digit of your VIN is a "W", it's an 88 cu in fuel injected according to what I can find out. But, since Harley has started coming out with so many optional engines, it's best to get several opinions. Best way to tell is go to your dealer or try this. http://www.motoverse.com/tools/vin/harley.asp
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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Those are not proper error codes, but the symptoms of a malfunctioning speedo.
If you get d02=5EE, problem is either the speedo or the speed sensor. Check wiring and volts from speedo to speed sensor.
Here a forum on the same problem.
Posted on Oct 19, 2010
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