Question about Harley Davidson Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Desktop Telephone
2002 h-d flstf oil just started to leak out of the air cleaner and when i took it off it seems to be coming from the tubes that run from the head that runs into the 4 oclock and the 7 oclock position in the air cleaner assembly this is the first time today i just had got my oil changed and it had never happened now they leak out of both of the tubes when it runs and shortly after it has been turned off
I have an 01 fatboy and, all of a sudden, oil is being pushed out of the air cleaner. oil is not overfull and never had this problem in 10 years and 40k miles. Replaced the umbrella valves in top end and still the same problem
Posted on Jun 13, 2011
If you never had that problem sounds like your oil is over ful and blowing thrugh your beather (crank case vent tubes) check and lower your oil level as needed and clean or replace air filter , should fix your problem
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