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For a 2004 Softail - you never gave a model year.
1. Place rear fork (3) in the frame so that
the bores in the frame align with the bores in the fork.
Insert the bushings (10) into the spherical bearings (7)
from the inside.
2. Install pivot shaft.
a. Apply LOCTITE ANTI-SEIZE to pivot shaft (4).
b. From the right side, install pivot shaft and spacers
with spacer collars facing transmission case.
c. Apply LOCTITE THREADLOCKER 262 (red) to
threads of pivot shaft nut. Install and tighten pivot
shaft nut to 90-110 ft-lbs (122-149.1 Nm).
Proper pivot shaft tightening is important to maintain rear fork
3. Check for freedom of rotation of the rear fork around the
bearings and that the fork and frame side members have
not been distorted when the pivot shaft nut was tightened.
4. Install the canister (California models),
fender extension (2), brake caliper and rear wheel.
5. Install both rear shock absorbers (9) using bolts and
Hi, there are pivots bolts on the alternator, power steering pump, and A/C compressor (if you have one). Depending on which belt is broken, you may have to remove outer belts first to install inner belts. To remove a belt, you have to loosen the pivot bolt on the accessory as well as the adjusting bolt. The accessory will then pivot to loosen the belt. To install a belt, again loosen the pivot and adjusting bolt, install the belt, and then carefully use a pry bar to pivot the accessory to tighten the belt. While holding the belt tight, tighten the adjuster screw and then the pivot bolt. Please let me know if you have more questions, and thanks for using FixYa.
Try altering your display resolution in all its variables. If the monitor has
a menu, try altering RGB settings, contrast and appearance settings. If this
does not work, most likely a hardware screen failure.
If equipped with a pulley cover shield, remove the shield at this time.
Loosen the alternator pivot bolt. Remove the adjustment arm to alternator bolt. Pivot the alternator to gain slack in the drive belt and remove the belt.
Disconnect and label (for correct installation) the alternator wiring.
NOTE: Some models use a push-on wiring connector on the field and stator connections. Pull or push straight when removing or installing, or damage to the connectors may occur.
Remove the pivot bolt and the alternator.
Fig. 1: Alternator harness connections
Fig. 2: Remove and set aside the alternator belt
Fig. 3: Remove the alternator pivot bolt
Fig. 4: Tag and disconnect the wiring harness connector
Fig. 5: Remove the alternator when it is completely detached
Position the alternator assembly onto the vehicle. Install the alternator pivot and adjuster arm bolts, but do not tighten them at this time.
Install the alternator drive belt and adjust the drive belt tension.
Once the proper belt tension is reached, tighten the adjuster bolt to 24–40 ft. lbs. (33–54 Nm) and the pivot bolt to 40–50 ft. lbs. (54–67 Nm).
Lift the windshield wiper pivot arm to the full upright position.
Remove the windshield wiper pivot arm.
Release the locking tab.
Remove the windshield wiper pivot arm.
NOTE: During installation, it is necessary to pull the locking tab out to its full open (unlatched) position and hold while assembling the pivot arm onto the mounting arm and pivot shaft. Align the key on the pivot arm head with the keyway on the shafts. This will make sure the pivot arm is correctly aligned. If necessary, the key can be removed. To adjust wiper pivot arms, refer to Wiper Blade and Pivot Arm Adjustment in this section. To install, reverse the removal procedure.
Two things: one, the pivot may be really tight and therefore doesn't move easily. Two, the pivot on that monitor doesn't have much range. It ranges from looking slightly downward, to slightly upward. The pivot will give before you break anything so long as you're not trying to force it past the limits.