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I have a 06 ultra classic what is on 34309-06/pn 67349-04/pn 67348-04a can anyone tell what these are thank you for your help

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67348-14A is the part number (pn) for the tacho
67349-04 is the speedometer
34309-06 may well be a fault code but not certain.

Posted on Apr 07, 2015

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    Charles Smith Jr. Apr 10, 2015

    Thank you that was helpful

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SOURCE: removal of an 06 ultra classic trans

This removal requires some special tools and a manual. First remove the negative battery cable.Drain and remove primary cover. Remove the shift shaft from the housing.Remove the primary drive. The clutch nut has left-hand threads so righty loosey. Remove the small screw on the end of the starter gear shaft. Remove the screws holding the inner primary housing. Now on the right side. Remove the exhaust. Remove the two screws holding the starter motor to the trans housing. Inner primary will now come off. There is a race that is pressed onto the mainshaft that requires a special puller to remove. Drain trans fluid. Remove trans side cover, the one with the clutch cable. Remove the trans top cover. Remove the shifter drum. Remove the shift fork shaft through the right side of the trans bearing door. Remove the shift forks through the top off the trans housing noting location. Remove the screws that hold the bearing door to the case. There are a couple of pry points that you would use to separate the door from the case. Should come on out after all that.

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