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CAN'T FIND THE OIL DRAIN PLUG ON MY (NEW TO ME) 2003 ROAD KING.

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On the Road King, the oil pan is on the bottom of the transmission. Usually the engine oil drain plug is the one closest to the left front of the pan. The transmission oil drain is also under there so make sure the right oil is coming out. If it looks too clean, you're probably draining the transmission.

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Steve

Posted on May 27, 2011

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