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2005 FLRTCI Harley Davidson Air Cleaner Removal Instructions

I want to Remove stock air cleaner back plate instructions

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Are you trying to update the pulse tone to DTMF? Remove the 4 screws, take off the plate, pull out all the blue wires and replace them with yellow.

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Hi: My 2004 Harley will only run when leaving choke on, as soon as I push in choke the bike shuts down, also backfires when giving it gas when choke is still on, do you have any ideas what maybe causing...

sat up too long pull the carb bowl remove the jets clean and reinstall them pull your petcock off clean the screen put in good gas,and you should be set when you turn the gas on if the bowl vent leaks gas tap the carb bowl the float needle will find its seat and run

Apr 21, 2010 | Harley Davidson Harley-Davidson Motorcycle...

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No Idle

sound like the idle controll isnt working or got stuck .
it didnt code which makes me wonder does it have the stock air cleaner?

Sep 16, 2008 | Harley Davidson Harley-Davidson Motorcycle...

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Oil in the carb

Without any real detail about year, filter type or where the oil actually is "in" the carb I will try to answer. Oil can come from a few sources. The first is the breather tubes from the engine. If there is excessive blow-by the pistons, oil will be drawn into the carb through these tubes. There are also rubber check valves on top of the heads that can harden and cause the same issue. The last one is excess oil from a oiled cotton style filter (K&N). Either way, while in the garage, remove the air cleaner but leave the breather tubes connected. Get the motor up to temp and watch the tubes while reving the motor. If you see a heavy oil mist from the tubes perform a leak down check on each cylinder to identify the problem area.

Mar 24, 2010 | Harley Davidson Harley-Davidson Motorcycle...

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When i hit the start button on my harley the main circuit breaker blows.

i wish you people would specify year and model but ill geuss 2000 or later lowrider pull your dash and take a long pipe cleaner and at the back of resess on the tankyoull find a hole about3/16 in diameter its a condensation drain tube when they get blocked water backs up to the harnesses under the dash which the right handlebar harness is one pass the pipe cleaner through the drain hole then sepporate each connector and clean them with contact cleaner fyi i had one come in a year ago and he had spent $600 at two different harley dealers and was told they couldnt find anything wrong its not in any troubleshooting guide so todays your lucky day good luck

Oct 29, 2009 | Harley Davidson Harley-Davidson Motorcycle...

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Blowby in 2003 1200 custom harley

The unit I had the best luck with is the whimmer big air kit. I've installed a couple of them and the customer's really like them. You can also run your oil level on the low side as well. That will help reduce the amount of oil whisping through the air filter. Remember that when yo replace the umbrella valves that you update your breather kit to the newer style. I believe you have the multiple piece breather assembly. The newer metal one piecr seems to work really well too.

Apr 28, 2009 | Harley Davidson Harley-Davidson Motorcycle...

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Oil leak from the breather tubes to the air filter

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

Dec 04, 2008 | Harley Davidson Harley-Davidson Motorcycle...

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It doesnt...could be a fuel problem, or even a vacuum leak. You dont say what year bike, but if its carberated, I'd check visually for a good gas stream/ check for **** in the tank...service the air cleaner as well. Check the fuel air mix and set the RPM's to 950-1000 at idle. If that doesnt do it, check the condition of all your fuel and vacuum hoses

Sep 15, 2008 | Harley Davidson Harley-Davidson Motorcycle...

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Can't figure it out !!!!


There are 2 major requirement for a gasoline engine to fire, fuel and ignition. Since you have spark, then ignition is the least likely problem. No fuel could be verified by removing the air cleaner and pouring a small amount of fuel down the throat, start the bike, if it start and runs (even for just a moment), you have verified the fuel problem.

Problems then could be traced along the fuel flow from the ank all the way to the carburator. In some instances of run out of fuel, the bike will have a hard time starting due to:
1. air bubbles in the fuel lines;
2. valve in carb stuck in close position;
3. flooding of both carb and intakes;
4. (in some cases) vacuum insifficient to open petcock or fuel valve/switch.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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Jul 05, 2008 | Harley Davidson Harley-Davidson Motorcycle...

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Easy off turned my gray powder coat on my harley do i remove it from the powder coat?

there is no going back, you have chemically changed the powder coat composition. Learn your lesson well and next time use a H-D listed cleaner and a very soft brush.

Jul 01, 2008 | Harley Davidson Harley-Davidson Motorcycle...

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