Question about 2002 Harley Davidson FLSTS Heritage Springer
Where did it go? i had a small leak in the rubber hose but i think i would have seen that much oil on the ground. did it go into the motor? is this normal?? thank you
The quickest way to tell is drain it into a clean contianer and measure it.
Posted on Jun 08, 2013
Your oil pan where you normally drain the oil when changing it IS the crankcase. I would also drain any gas from the fuel tank(s) and put fresh gas in it, and you will probably need a new battery.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
SOURCE: I WANT TO CHANGE OIL
No, look on the bottom of the oil tank for the right side of the bike. There's a large diameter hose that come off the bottom of the tank and down and back behind the transmission. It follows the frame downward and comes out at the bottom of the frame behind the exhaust pipes. There is a plug in the hose. Remove the plug to drain the oil. Harley moved the drain to the bottom of the crossmember of the frame underneath the bike but I'm not sure of what year they did it.
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
SOURCE: My 2005 harley fat boy
This will be transmission/gearbox fluid if it smells like you said it does. Yes you need to warm it up and then check the gearbox fluid level, this can be refilled through the filler bolt ehich is on the left hand side of the gearbox at thetop middle. Its a large head bolt.
Let ,me know if you need more help.
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
SOURCE: I recently removed and cleaned
Well it depends. I don't have a schematic for the 2000 Ultra but usually Harley doesn't any small wires connected to the battery. Years ago they did having a single large gauge wire for the general wiring in the bike. But, in recent years, they have moved that wire to the same connection as the positive battery cable connects to the starter. Now, the small wires may be for aftermarket "add ons" that someone has put on the bike like a battery charging pig tail, a security system, or something else. I have no way of knowing. My suggestion would be to get a schematic or try to trace the wires and see where they go. If they are for something like an aftermarket ignition system, which normally connects up at the ignition coil for it's power source, reversing the polarity of the unit could result in damage to the unit.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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