Question about 2001 Harley Davidson FXD Dyna Super Glide
SOURCE: 2001 Road Glide Harley
Your bike has a stator and a voltage regulator. On the right front down tube you will find the plug for the stator and the voltage regulator, unplug the stator from the voltage regulator and use a meter to read the out put from the stator. I don't know the value's off hand but as you rev the motor the voltage should climb. If it doesn't your stator is bad, major job. If it does measure the voltage on the battery cables, when you rev the motor they should climb to a little over 14V's.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
I believe they could. Possibly not the fenders, but the tank, that's a probability. Check the mounts, and take some measurements of tank length on the bottom.
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
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I am not completely sure how the shifter shaft on you newer '06 FXD is set up but this it how the mid mounted shifter lever is set up on an older version.
The shifter shaft goes through the inspection cover on the outside of the outer primary cover. If you take the shifter off and then the cover, there is a tube that runs through the primary that the shifter shaft runs through. This tube has O-rings on either end of it. There is a clamp (for lack of a better description) on the inside of the primary that holds this tube in the primary. Take the bolt out of the clamp and the tube will come out. To work with this, you may have to remove the outer primary cover to gain access to the bolt holding the clamp. Replace the O-rings with new ones. If possible, try to find one that is the same size but made of slightly thicker stuff so you get a tighter fit. This may solve you oil leak on the backside of the inner primary if this is the problem.
But, I think I've answered this question before. There are several other things behind the inner primary that can leak. One thing is the mainshaft seal in the backside of the inner primary. Another is any one or more of the seals at the final drive belt front pulley on the transmission. Harley had some major problems at one time with the "quad seal" behind the final drive belt front pulley.
If you still have the leak, notice whether it is near the middle of the primary or nearer the back end of the primary. This will help a lot in attempting to diagnose your problem.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
Looking at the plugs on the meter side of the harness: for the speedometer there is a three position plug. Pin #1 is Orange, Pin #2 is White/Green and Pin #3 is Black. for the Tachometer there is a six position plug, Pin #1 is Orange, Pin #2 is Pink, Pin #3 is Black/Yellow, Pin #4 is Green/Red, Pin #5 is Yellow/Red, Pin #6 is Black
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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