Where is the drain plug / hose on a 2003 Harley Davidson Softail Standard for oil change?
I’ll change the oil on my Softail and just want to know is to drain the crankcase oil!
Where is the drain plug / tube on a 2003 Harley Davidson Softail Standard for oil change? Answer:
There are two, one to the left of the engine on the right side of the primary coverage (not much oil comes out). The second is a drain hose is from the oil tank on the right side of the bike, just in front of the wing on the top of the bottom frame. Be sure to take off the oil tank and clean it with kerosene, you are too flush the oil tank at any other time you change the oil. Response polar bear No.
. There is only one drain plug engine oil. As part of his lower right front of the wing on the side door of the transfer case. This is a tube that drains the oil tank. which is not actually in the crankcase drain plug is very different displays minimal.Die others have described the case drain PRIMARY. The primer should be changed at the same time as oil, and if you are something special, it takes the same oil engine takes over. The primary inspection cover the small oval w / 4bolts charged. Takes 1 quart, and assumed that this service is in the main chain (on) when you have this coverage …. or if you adjust the clutch just pour into the hole derby cover. Be response by Gina T Found your oil pan, below there is a drain plug nut, be careful not to lose the rubber seal of the small remove you. response Wonderboy n
Gina lol not even close to the oil pan? on a Harley? lmfao polar bear right response sn00p Gina
well, you try … Bravo to you … but it has an impact on the polar bear