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OilPressure (FLHT/FLTR/FLHX)........... Gauge ...E_17 voltmeter (FLHT/FLTR/FLHX)............................... E_ 17 AkTemperature (FLHT/FLTR/FLHX)......... Gauge E_ 17 ntor Lamps: Touring g Mode|s.................................. E_1 Control Equipped Mode|s..........................E-1 8 Control:Touring Mode|s......... ......E-18

Engaging Cruise Contro|....................................... E_1 9 Accelerating Above Cruise Speed......................... E_20 Decelerating Cruise Contro1.................................. E_20 Cruise Contro|.................. ................E_2O *Deactivating * Shift Lever: Touring Mode|s.................................E_20

While Stopped.......................................... E-20



MOTORCYCLE LIMITED HARLEY-DAVIDSON 2OO7 .......................E-91 WARRANTY | o m e t e r s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .E . ..9 . .1 ..... 2 4 M o n t h s / U n l i m i tk eid ...............E-91 Duration........ ......................E-91 O w n e r ' sO b l i g a t i o n s . . . ..-............E-91 Exclusions.... ................E-91 O t h e rL i m i t a t i o n s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E -.9 .. .1 ....... l m p o r t a n tR : e a dC a r e u f 1|y..........................


LIMITED RADIOWARRANTY 2OO7 O t h e rR i g h t s ........E-93 ................E-93

Intervals....... Regular Service Literature...... Service .................E-95 .........E-96


your new motorcycleit is your responsibility Beforeoperating instructions to readand followthe operatingand maintenance in thismanual, and followthese basic rulesfor your personal safety. . Knowand respectthe rules of the road (see RULES OF section). Carefully readand observe the rules THEROAD in the RIDING TIPS booklet accompanying this contained yourselfwith the Manual.Read and familiarize Owner's contentsof the MOTORCYCLE HANDBOOK for vour state. engine,checkfor properoperation Before starting of brake, shifter, throttlecontrols,correctfuel and oil supply. clutch, The jiffy stand locks when placed in the full forward (down) position with vehicle weight on it. lf the jiffy stand is not in the full forward (down) position with vehicle weight on it. the vehicle can fall over which could result in death or serious injury. (00006a)

Be sure jiffy stand is fully retracted before riding. lf jiffy stand is not fully retracted, it can contact the road surface causing a loss of vehicle control, which could result in death or serious injury. (00007a) . A new motorcycle must be operated according to the specialbreak-inprocedure. See OPERATION, Break-in Riding Rules. Operate motorcycleonly at moderatespeed and out of trafficuntil you have becomethoroughly familiar with its operation and handling characteristics underall conditions. NOTE We recommend that you obtain informationand formal training in the correct motorcycle riding technique.

Donot use aftermarket parts and custom made front forks which can adversely affect performance and handling. or altering factory installed parts can adversely Removing atlect performance and could result in death or serious iniury.(00001a) . Use only Harley-Davidson approved parts and performaccessories. Use of certainother manufacturer's anceparts will void your new motorcyclewarranty.See yourHarley-Davidson dealerfor details.

Stop the engine when refueling or servicing the fuel Do not smoke or allow open flame or sparks near system. gasoline. Gasoline is extremely flammable and highly which could result in death or serious injury. explosive, (00002a) your motorcycle, When refueling the following rulesshouldbe observed. . . . . Refuel in a wellventilated areawiththe engineturnedoff. Remove fuelfillercap slowly. Do not smoke or allow open flames or sparks when refueling or servicing the fuel system. Do not fill fuel tank above the bottom of the filler neck insert. Leave air spaceto allow for fuel expansion.

Travel at speeds appropriate for road and conditions and never travel faster than posted speed limit. Excessive speed can cause loss of vehicle control, which could result in death or serious injury. (00008a) . Do not exceed the legal speed limit or drive too fast for existing conditions. Always reduce speed when poor drivingconditions exist.Highspeedincreases the influence of any othercondition affecting stability and increases the possibility of loss of control. Pay strict attentionto road surfacesand wind conditions. Any two wheeled vehicle may be subject to upsetting forcessuch as wind blastsfrom passingtrucks,holesin the pavement,rough road surfaces, rider control error, etc. These forces may influencethe handlingcharacteristicsof your motorcycle. lf this happens,reducespeed and guidethe motorcycle with a relaxedgripto a controlled condition. Do not brake abruptlyor force the handlebar. This may aggravate an unstable condition. Keep cargo weight concentrated close to the motorcycle and as low as possibleto minimizethe change in the motorcycle's centerof gravity. Distribute weight evenlyon both sides of the vehicleand do not load bulky items too far behindthe rider or add weightto the handlebars or frontforks.Do not exceedmaximumspecified load in each saddlebag. NOTE New riders should gain experience under various conditions while driving at moderate speeds.

Donotstoremotorcycle with gasolinein tank within the home or garage whereopenflames,pilot lights,sparksor electric motorsare present.Gasolineis extremelyflammable and highlyexplosive, which could result in death (00003a) or serious injury.

Do not run motorcyclein a closed garage or confined area. Inhalingmotorcycle exhaust, which contains poisonous carbon monoxide gas, could result in death or serious injury.(00005a)

Operate your motorcycle defensively. Remember, a motorcycledoes not afford the same protectionas an automobilein an accident.One of the most common accidentsituations occurs when the driver of the other vehiclefails to see or recognize a motorcycle and turns

left into the on-coming motorcyclist.Operate only with headlamp on. . Wear an approvedhelmet,clothing,and foot gear suited for motorcycle riding. Bright or light colors are best for greatervisibilityin traffic,especiallyat night.Avoid loose, flowinggarmentsand scarves.

Regularly inspectshockabsorbersand front forks.Replace leaking,damagedor worn parts that can adverselyaffect stabilityand handling, which could resultin deathor serious injury.(00012a)

Avoid contact with exhaust system and wear protective clothingthat completely coverslegswhile riding.Exhaust pipes and mufflersget when engine is running and remaintoo hot to touch, even after engine is turned off. Failureto wear protectiveclothing could result in burns or other serious injury.(00009a) . it is your responsibility When carryingpassengers, to (See Riding instruct them on properridingprocedures. Tips for Motorcyclist included in your Harley-Davidson Owner's Kit.) . Do not allowotherindividuals, underanycircumstances, to operateyour motorcycle unlessyou know they are licensed ridersand are thoroughly familiar experienced, withthe operation of yourparticular motorcycle. . yourmotorcycle your Protect against theft.Afterparking lockthe steering headand removeignition motorcycle, keyfromswitch. Setsecurity alarmif present. . judgment requires Safemotorcycle operation alertmental combined with a defensive driving attitude. Do not allow yoursafety fatigue, alcohol or drugsto endanger or that of others. . Vehicles witha soundsystem equipped shouldhavethe level volume adjusted to a nondistracting before operating vehicle. . yourmotorcycle Maintain in proper in operating condition accordance with Table 36. Particularly importantto pressure, is proper motorcycle stability tire inflation tread condition, and proper adjustment of wheelbearings and steering headbearings.

Use Harley-Davidson replacementfasteners.Aftermarket fastenerscan adverselyaffect performance, which could resultin deathor seriousinjury.(00013a) . See your Harley-Davidson servicemanualfor proper torque values. . Aftermarket fasteners property may not havethe specific properly. requirements to perform

Be sure tires are properly inflated,balancedand have adequatetread. Inspect your tires regularly and see a Harley-Davidson dealer for replacements.Riding with wornn excessively unbalanced or under-inflated tires can adversely affectstabilityand handling, which could result in deathor seriousinjury.(00014a)

puncturedor damagedtires. In some cases,small Replace puncturesin the tread area may be repairedfrom within the demountedtire by a Harley-Davidson dealer.Speed should NOTexceed80 km/h (50 mi/h) for the first 24 hours after repair, and the repairedtire should NEVER be used over 130 km/h (80 mi/h). Failureto follow this warning could resultin deathor seriousinjury.(00015a)

Do not operatevehiclewith forks locked.Lockingthe forks restrictsthe vehicle'sturning ability,which could result in deathor seriousiniury.(00035a)

Perform the service and maintenanceoperations as indicated in the regular service interval table. Lack of regular maintenance at the recommended intervalscan affect the safe operation of your motorcycle,which could resultin deathor seriousinjury.(00010a)

Do not exceed the motorcycle's Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR)or Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR). Exceeding these weight ratings can affect stability and handling,which could result in death or serious injury. (00016e) . GVWR is the sulrzof the weight of the motorcycle, accessories, and the maximum weightof the rider,passenger andcargo thatcanbe safely carried. . GAWRis the maximum amountof weightthat can be safely caniedon eachaxle. . TheGVWR plate andGAWR areshown ontheinformation located head. on theframesteering

Do not operate motorcyclewith loose, worn or damaged steering or suspension systems. Contact a HarleyDavidson dealer for repairs. Loose, worn or damaged affect steeringor suspensioncomponents can adversely which could resultin deathor serstabilityand handling, (00011a) ious injury.

Do not tow a disabled motorcycle.Towing can adversely affectstabilityand handling,which could result in death or seriousinjury.(00017a)

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systemsat intersections, slow down and wait for the light to change.Neverrun througha yellowor red tratficlight. Do not pull a trailer with a motorcycle. Pulling a trailer can cause tire overload, reduced braking efficiency and affect stability and handling, which could result adversely in death or serious injury. (00018b) . . While turning either right or left, watch for pedestrians, animals, as well as vehicles. Do not leavethe curb or parkingarea withoutsignaling. Be sure your way is clearto enter movingtraffic.A moving line of trafficalways has the right-of-way. Be sureyour licenseplateis installed in the position specifiedby law and is clearlyvisibleat all times.Keep the olateclean. Ride at a safe speed that is consistentwith the type of highway you are on. Pay strict attentionto whether the road is dry, oily,icy or wet. Watch for debris such as leavesor loose gravel. Weather and traffic conditions on the highway dictate your speedand drivinghabitsaccordingly. adjusting

. Directcontact of D.O.T.4 brake fluid with eyes can cause irritation.Avoid eye contact. In case of eye contact flush with large amounts of water and get medical attention. large amounts of D.O.T.4brake fluid can cause Swallowing discomfort. lf swallowed, obtain medical attendigestive tion.Usein well ventilated area. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF (00240a) CHILDREN.

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a Harley-Davidsondealer regarding any questions Consult or problemsthat occur in the operation of your motorcycle. Failureto do so can aggravate an initial problem, cause costlyrepairs,cause an accident and could result in death or serious injury. (00020a) . Be sureall equipment required by federal, stateand local lawis installed and in good operating condition.


Harley-Davidson MotorCompanycannottest and makespecific recommendations concerning everyaccessory or combination of accessories sold.Therefore, the rider must be responsible for safeoperation of the motorcycle when installing accessories or carrying additional weight.

Donotopenstoragecompartments while riding.Distractions whileridingcan leadto loss of control, whichcould result in deathor seriousinjury.(00082a)

See the Accessoryand Cargo section in your Owner's Manual.lmproper loading of cargo or installatibnof accessories can affectmotorcycle stabilityand handling, (00021a) whichcould resultin deathor seriousinjury.

. Keep to the rightsideof the roadcenterline when meeting othervehiclescoming in the oppositedirection. Ride to leftof centerof your lane to avoid oily pavementahead. Always sound your horn, actuateyour turn signals,and goingin the when passing othervehicles exercise caution Nevertry to pass anothervehiclegoing samedirection. inthesamedirection at streetintersections, on curves,or goingup or down a hill. when give the right-otway to the vehicle At streetintersections on yourright.Do not presumeyou have the right-olway, astheotherdrivermay not know it is yourturn. Always signalwhen preparingto stop, turn or pass. All trafficsigns, including those used for the controlof traffic at intersections, should be obeyedpromptly. SLOW DOWN signsnearschoolsand CAUTIONsignsat railroad crossings should always be observed and your actions governed accordingly. When intendingto turn to the left, signal at least (100feet)beforereaching the turningpoint. 30.5meters Moveoverto the centerline of the street(unlesslocalrules requireotheruvise), slow down, enter the intersectionof the streetand then turn carefullyto the left. Never anticipate a trafficlight.When a changeis indicated lrom GO to STOP (or vice versa) in the traffic control Do not exceed the motorcycle's Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) or Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR). Exceeding these weight ratings can affect stability and handling, which could result in death or serious injury. (00016e) . GVWR is the sum of the weight of the motorcycle, accessories, and the maximumweightof the rider,passengerand cargothat can be safelycarried. GAWR is the maximumamount of weight that can be safelycarriedon each axle. The GVWR and GAWRare shownon the information olate which is locatedon the framedown tube.

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Do not pulla trailerwith a motorcycle. Pulling a trailercan cause tire overload, reduced braking efficiency and which could result adversely affectstabilityand handling, (00018b) in deathor seriousinjury.

Accessoryand CargoGuidelines
The followingguidelines should be used when equippinga motorcycle, carryingpassengersand/or cargo.

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Travelat speeds appropriatefor road and conditions and never travel faster than posted speed limit. Excessive speedcan causeloss of vehiclecontrol,which could result in deathor serious injury.(00008a) . Do not exceed the legalspeedlimitor drivetoo fastfor existingconditions. Alwaysreduce speed when poor driving conditions exist. High increases speed theinfluence of anyothercondition affecting stability andincreases the possibility of lossof control. Paystrictattention to roadsurfaces and wind conditions. Any two wheeledvehiclemay be subjectto upsetting forcessuchas windblasts frompassing trucks, holesin the pavement, roughroad surfaces, ridercontrolerror, etc.Theseforcesmay influence the handling characteristicsof your motorcycle. lf this happens, reduce speed andguide themotorcycle gripto a controlled witha relaxed condition. Do not brakeabruptly or forcethe handlebar. Thismayaggravate an unstable condition. Keepcargoweightconcentrated closeto the motorcycle andas lowas possible. Thisminimizes the change in the motorcycle's centerof gravity. Distribute weight evenly on bothsidesof thevehicle. Do not load bulkyitemstoo far behindthe rideror add weight to the handlebars or frontforks. Donotexceed maximum specified loadin eachsaddlebag. Luggage racksaredesigned for lightweight items. Do not overload racks. Be surecargois secure andwillnotshiftwhileriding and recheck the cargoperiodically, Accessories that change the operator's ridingposition mayincrease reaction time andaffect handling of the motorcycle. Additional electrical equipment mayoverload the motorcycle'selectrical systempossibly resulting in electrical system and/or component failure.

The front and/or rear guard(s)can provide limited leg and cosmeticvehicleprotectionunderuniquecircumstances. (Fallover while stopped,very slow speedslide.)lt is not madeor intendedto provideprotectionfrom bodilyinjury in a collision with another vehicle or any other object. (ooo22a) Large surfaces suchas fairings, windshields, backrests, and luggagerackscan adversely affecthandling. Only genuine Harley-Davidson itemsdesigned specifically forthe motorcycle model should be usedwithproper installation.

Do not use aftermarketparts and custom madefront forks which can adverselyaffect performanceand handling. Removingor alteringfactory installedparts can adversely affect performanceand could result in death or serious injury.(00001a)

Only Touring Harley-Davidson Motorcyclesare suitable for sidecar use. Consult a Harley-Davidson dealer.Use of motorcycles other than Touring models with sidecars could resultin deathor seriousinjury.(00040a)


Owners arewarned thatremoval or replacement of anynoise controlsystemcomponent may be prohibited by law.This prohibition priorto vehicle applies saleor delivery to the ultimatepurchaser. Useof a vehicle onwhich noise control system components havebeenremoved or rendered inoperative may alsobe prohibited by law.

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Thefull 17-digit serial or Vehicle ldentification Number(V.l.N.) is stamped on the rightside of the frame backboneat the rear of the frame behindthe steeringhead. A label bearingthe V.l.N. code is also affixedto the left side of the frame behind thesteering head.

An abbreviated stampedon the leftside crankcase at the base of the rear cylinder. NOTE Always give the full 17-digit Vehictetdentification Number when ordering parts or making any inquiry about your motorcycle.

? ? ? q 9 q q 9q q
1. Marketdesignation (1 character) 2. Manufacturer(2 characters) 3. Motorcycletype (1 character) 4. Model(2 characters) 5. Enginetype (1 character) 6. Introductiondate (1 character) 7. V.l.N. check digit (1 character) 8. Modelyear (1 character) 9. Assembly plant (1 character) 10. Sequentialnumber (6 characters)

lHDlFC 41 3 7 Y 111000

Figure 1. Harley-Davidson VehicleldentificationNumber (V.l.N.): 2002Touring Models

Tabfe 1. 20O7Harley-DavidsonTouring V.l.N.Breakdown


DESCRIPTION Marketdesignation

1=Originally manufactured for sale withinthe United States S=Originally manufactured for sale outsideof the UnitedStates HD=Harley-Davidson 'l =Heavyweight motorcycle See modelV.l.N. table 4=1584cm3fuel injected 1=Regular 2=Mid-year 3=California/regular 4=Cosmetic changes 5=California/cosmetic chanqes 6=California/m id-year

Manufacturer Motorcycletype Model Enginetype Introduction date


V . l . Nc . h e c kd i g i t

Canbe 0-9or X
7=2OO7 Y=York,PA USA K=KansasCity,MO USA Varies

Modelyear plant Assembly Sequential number


l;t -

ModelGodes V.l.N. Table2. 2007Touring

FLHTCU UltraClassic@ withsidecar Electra Glide@

FLHTCUUltra Classic@ ElectraGlide@ Shrine


FLHX Street Glide'"

were labels which andmaintenance Refer to Table 3 forsafety may labels replacement whennew.lf removed, on thevehicle your purchased motorcYcle. for be Models Table3. Labels:Touring cover Topof air cleaner Under seat,rightsideof frame bar belowcenter On frontof highway mount s rightsidecoveron fuseblock Under

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Table4. Engine:2007TouringModels SPECIFICATION 4-cycle, 45 degree V-Type, air cooled 3 . 7 5i n

Table7. SprocketTeeth:2007Touring Models

-64 teethon Japanese models Table 8. Capacities:2007Touring Models

ir r is '.r'm

F u e l t a n k( t o t a l ) Oil tank with filter Table 5.Transmissionr2007TouringModels Transmission Primarychaincase (approximate)

18.9 0.95

5 . 0g a l 4 . 0q t . 3 2 . 0o z 45.0oz


Table 6. lgnition System:2007TouringModels

lgnition timing Battery S p a rp kl u g type rype I Not adjustable 12 volt,28 amp/hr, sealedand maintenance free H D 'ol:, H" 6R12
12 mm


T a b l e9 . G e a r R a t i o s : 2 0 0 7 T o u r i n g Models


6.421, 4.774


Snark nlrro size


N' jpul plrglolqle J 16.3-24.4

prrs gup I o o7r.oe spiir, mm I b.oCa-o.o+Cln.5th Gear

L l11B ft lb: l 6thc;t

4th Gear

CaoT l
3.1 79

NOTE Specifications in thispublicationmay not match those of official certification in some markets due to timing of publication pilnting, variance in testingmethods,and/or vehicledifferences. Customers seeking officially recognized regulatory specifications for their vehicle should refer to certification documents and/or contact their resoective dealer or distributor.

Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) (maximum allowable loaded vehicle weight) and corresponding Gross Axle Weight Ratings (GAWR) are listed on a label located on the left side of the motorcvcle on the lower front downtube.

Tabfe10.Weights: 2007 FLHT,FLHTC/U, FLTRand FLHX FLHT

Weight as shipped from factory GVWB GAWR front GAWR rear 335 571.6 227 375

738 1259

FLHTC kg tb.
356 571.6 227 375 784 1259 500 827

kg 367 571.6 227 375


I lb. 761 kg 333


808 1259 500 827

kg 345
c/ t.o

733 1259

;-; ;
227 375

1259 500 827

571.6 227 375





Table ll.Weights:2007 FLHR,FLHRCand FLHRS

fromfactory Weight as shipped

FLHTCru, FLTRand FLHX FLHT, Table12.Dimensions:2007

Wheelbase (Tour-Pak in length Overall position) rearmost Overallwidth

Road clearance Overallheight


63.5 93.7 39.0 5.1


1 6 1 2 . 9 63.5
2476.5 990.6 97.5


63.5 98.3 39.0 5.1


1 6 1 2 . 9 63.5 2380.0 909.3 129.5

1397 93.7

1612.9 2400.3
993.1 119.4

63.5 94.5 39.1 4.7 26.3

2380.0 990.6 129.5



39.0 5.1

35.8 5.1 55,0



1549.4 693.4

1325.9 52.2 668.0

laden* 693.4 height Saddle "With rideron seat 81.6kg (180lb.)






FLHR, FLHRC and FLHRS Table13.Dimensions:2007

Wheelbase Overalllength Overallwidth Roadclearance Overallheight

Saddle height laden*


* 63.5

1612.9 2380.0 876.3 129.5 1399.5 683.3

63.5 93.7 34.5 5.1 55.1


1612.9 2380.0 1000.8



63.5 93.7 39.4 4.7 46.4


34.5 5.1 55.1 27.3

129.5 1399.5


.With81.6kg (180lb.)rider on seat

2007TouringModels Table14.Tire Pressures:

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Table15.Tire Sizes:2007 TouringModels

Table16.Bulb Chart:2007Touring Models



(right 53788-06 side) (leftside) 53789-06

platelampFLHXdomestic License

panel Instrument is illuminated withLEDs. Replace entire assembly upon failure.

T>:a?rry,: -ii.<::+,s,* ..-.

llluminated withLEDs. Replace entire assembly uponfailure.

Do not usegasolinethat containsmethanol. Doingso can result in fuel system componentfailure,engine damage (001 and/orequipmentmalfunction. 48a) . Gasoline containing METHYLTERTIARY BUTYL ETHER (MTBE): Gasoline/MTBE blends area mixture of gasgline andas muchas 15%MTBE. Gasoline/MTBE blends can be usedin yourmotorcycle. . (Grain ETHANOL is a mixture of 10%ethanol alcohol) and gasoline. 907o unleaded Gasoline/ethanol blends can be if the ethanol usedin yourmotorcycle content doesnot 107o. exceed . REFORMULATED OR OXYGENATED GASOLINES (RFG): gasoline Reformulated is a termusedto describe gasolineblendsthat are specifically designed to burn cleaner thanother types of gasoline, leaving fewer tailpipe They are also formulated to evaporate less emissions. gasolines when you are fillingyour tank.Reformulated to oxygenate the gas.Yourmotorcycle will use additives run normally usingthisVpe of gasand Harley-Davidson youuseit whenpossible, recommends as an aidto cleaner air in our environment. Youmayfindthat somegasoline the blends adversely atfect or fuelefficiency of yourmotorcycle. lf you starting, driveability oneor moreof theseproblems, it is recommended experience gasoline. youoperate yourmotorcycle on straight unleaded

Matchtires, tubes,air valvesand caps to the correct wheel can rim. Contacta Harley-Davidson dealer.Mismatching result in damageto the tire bead,allow tire slippageon the rim or causetire failure,which could result in death or serious injury. (00023a)

Use only Harley-Davidsonapproved tires. See a HarleyDavidsondealer.Using non-approvedtires can adversely affect stability,which could result in death or serious injury.(00024a) tiresfittedwiththe correct size innertubesmay be Tubeless wheels. Prolaced(wirespoked) usedon all Harley-Davidson rubber rimstrips mustbe usedwithtubeless tires(fitted tective on laced(wire with correct size innertubes)when mounted wheels. spoked)

Use inner tubes on laced (wire spoked) wheels. Using tubelesstires on lacedwheelscan causeair leaks,which could result in deathor seriousinjury.(00025a) castanddisc Tubeless tiresare usedon all Harley-Davidson wheels. Inner tubesizesare Tiresizesaremolded on thetiresidewall. printed on the tube.

gasReferto Table17.Always use a goodqualityunleaded 'oline. ratings foundon the pump. Octane are usually

Harley-Davidson front and rear tires are not the same. front and rear tires can cause tire failure, Interchanging which could result in deathor seriousinjury,(00026a)

Avoid spills. Slowly removeflller cap. Do not fill above bottom of filler neck insert, leaving alr space for fuel expansion.Securefiller cap after refueling.Gasolineis extremelyflammableand highly explosive,which could resultin deathor seriousinjury.(00028a)

Do not inflatetirebeyondmaximumpressureas specified Over inflatedtires can blow out, which could on sidewall. result in deathor seriousinjury.(00027a) Pressurized air in fuel tank can Use carewhen refueling. force gasolineto escapethrough filler tube. Gasolineis extremelyflammableand highly explosive,which could resultin deathor seriousinjury.(00029a)

tlres are equipped with wear bars that Harley-Davidson wearbarsbecome run horizontally acrossthe tread.When pumps dispense a highflowof gasoline Modern service station visible and only 0.8 mm (1/32in.) tread depth remains, fueltankmaking airentrapment andpressurintoa motorcycle replace tire immediately.Using a worn tire can adversely ization a possibility. affect stability and handling,which could result in death or serious injury. Use only Dunlop Harley-Davidson Table17.OctaneRatings replacementtires. (00090a) ication Tou ringModels IFICATIONS, Specif s: 2OO7 See SPEC fortirepressures andsizes. (R+M)/2 PumpOctane e1 (e5 RON)


was designed to get the best performance Yourmotorcycle (HDl)anddestination motorcycles Japanmodel Allinternational Most gasolineis using unleadedgasoline. and efficiency with converters. are equipped catalytic blends. withalcohol and/oretherto createoxygenated blended of alcohol or etheraddedto the fuel is Thetypeand amount important.


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vehicle with catalyticconverter-equipped or a non-firingcylinder.lf you operatethe theseconditions,the exhaustwill become hot, which can cause vehicle damage, control loss.(00149a)

Use only unleaded fuel in catalytic converter-equipped motorcycles.Using leadedfuel will dgmagethe emission controlsystem.(00150b)

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Do not operatevehiclewith forks locked.Lockingthe forks restrictsthe vehicle'sturning ability,which could result in deathor seriousinjury.(00035a)

AND INDICATORS section before iRead the CONTROLS yourmotorcycle. Failure to understand the operation iilding could result in death or serious injury. olthe motorcycle ,,{QfiHi}a) basedlubricare unique to certain models. These Do not lubricatebarrellockswith petroleum explained features Some locks may result.(00152a) as accessories for your Harley- ants or graphite.Inoperative maybe available See a Harley-Davidson motorcycle. dealerfor a thatwillfityourspecific motorcycle. lisl ofaccessories


Do not switch lubricantbrandsindiscriminately because some lubricantsinteractchemicallywhen mixed.Use of inferiorlubricantscan damagethe engine.(00184a) To remove the key from the ignition on FLHRmodels, pushthe keyin andturnit counterclockwise. push Toremove thekeyfromtheignition on FLHT models, the keyin andturnclockwise. the key. 3. Remove NOTES Harley-Davidson recommends removing key from ignition/forklock before operatingmotorcycle.lf you do not remove key,it can fall out duringoperation. - Accessories ACCESS/ACCESSORY andhazardwarning flashercanbe turnedon.lnstrument lampsare on.Brake lampand horncan be activated. Keymaybe removed. Thelampsilluminate whentheswitchis in the IGNITION position,as requiredby law in some localities.

headlampfeature provides increased automatic-on oftheriderto othermotorists.Be sure headlamp Poorvisibilityof riderto other motorists onatalltimes. in deathor serious injury. (00030b) result MANUAL section. Be sureto record YOUR OWNER'S all numbers in the spaceprovided at the frontof this key 2.Theignition/headlamp keyswitch Figure controls elecof the motorcycle. functions

your vehicle against theft. After parking your lock the steering head and removeignition Failureto lock your motorcyclemay result switch. frcm (00151a) and/or equipmentdamage.

Table18. lgnition/Headlamp SwitchPositions: 2007 TouringModels position. Locks theswitch in either theFORKLOCK or ACCESS switch Remove the keyfor security. Unlocks theswitch. theswitch Unlocked, canbe rotated to anyof the4 positions. To prevent losswhenriding, remove the key. Insert the key,rotate the switch to FORKLOCKandpressthe switch down. Turn thekeyto LOCK andtheforkis locked. Tounlock thefork,insert androtate the keyto UNLOCK willpopup. andthe switch Whenswitch is in OFFposition, the ignition, lampsandaccessories areoff position, Whentheswitch is in the IGNITION the motorcycle canbe started and all lamps andaccessories willoperate.
When the switch is in the ACCESS position,all the lamps and accessories will operatebut the enginecan not be started.In ACCESS,the switchcan be locked.

is locked SWitch or unlocked by lifting switch cover, inserting keyandturning keycounterclockwise to lock,clockwise to unlock. Keymaybe removed in anyposition. lgnition, lampsandaccessories areoff. Accessories areon.Hazard warning flashers canbe lefton. Instrument lamps areon.Brike lampand horncanbe activated.* lgnition, lampsandaccessories areon.*
modelshavean additionalfunction.Positionlamp and tail lamp are also on.


1 . All except FLHR models 2. All FLHR models (cover shown closed) 3. All FLHR models (cover shown

Key Switch:Touring Models Figure2. lgnition/Headlamp


NOTE Off/RunswitchMUSTbe in RUNposition to operateengine. is located on the right 3.Theelectric starter switch SeeFigure Starting theEngine handlebar controlgroup. SeeOPERATION, procedures. for detailed operation in the RUNposition andthe 1. Putthe engine otflrun switch lamp transmission in neutral.Neutral(green)indicator be illuminated. should key switchto ON 2. See Figure2. Turnignition/headlamp motor. switch to operate starter andpushthe START

Throttle ControlGrip
grip(9)is located SeeFigure 3.Thethrottle control on the right withthe righthand. handlebar control andis operated throttle To reduce riderfatigue on longtrips,a springloaded friction at the bottom of the adjustment screw(10)is located gripclampon non-cruise models. throttle equipped (toward gripclockwise 1. Slowly turnthrottle thefront control (decelerate). of the bike)to closethethrottle gripcounterclockwise (toward 2. Slowly turnthrottle control (accelerate). rearof bike)to openthethrottle

Switch EngineOFF/RUN
3. The engineofflrunswitch(7) turnsthe ignition See Figure power is located on the ON or OFF. Theengine off/run switch Pushthe top portionof the engine right handlebar control. power off. to turnoff ignition andshuttheengine off/run switch portion to turnon Pushthebottom of theengine off/run switch power. ignition . . NOTES The engine off/run switch must be in the ON position to start or operatethe engine The engine off/run switch should be used to shut the engineoff.

Do not tighten throttle friction adjustment screw to the point wherethe enginewill not returnto idle automatically. Over-tightening can leadto loss of vehiclecontrol,which could resultin deathor seriousiniury.(00031b) screw so the 3. Unscrew the throttlefrictionadjustment throttlereturnsto the idle positionwhen the hand is fromthe grip. removed friction screwin to increase 4. Screw thethrottle adjustment motion. a damping effect on throttle on grip. Thisprovides NOTE Thethroftlefrictionadjustment screwshouldnot be usedunder normal stopand go operatingconditions.

switch 1. To shutthe engine off,pushthe top of the off/run OFFposition. to the ignition to 2.Turnthe ignition keyto the OFFposition 2. See Figure power completely OFF. turnthe ignition

Clutch Hand Lever

Do not position fingers between hand control lever and handlebargrip. lmproper hand positioning can impair control lever operation and cause loss of vehicle control, which could resultin deathor seriousinjury.(00032a)

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Iever(1) is locatedon the left handlebarand

of the lefthand withthetingers rpullclutch handleverin against gripto handlebar the gearshifter lever. See CONto firstgearusing AND INDICATORS, Gear Shift Lever:Touring release theclutch handlever to engage clutch. is incorporated intothe left handlebar switch the riderto startthe vehicle in any gear as longas the clutchleveris pulledin. lf the
the vehiclewill not start. disengaged,

Headlamp DimmerSwitch
The headlamp dimmer switch (3) is located on the left handlebar. The switch has two positionsto activatethe headlampshigh or low beams. . Press the top of the headlamp dimmer beam switch to activatethe high beam. . Pressthe bottomof the headlampdimmerswitchto return to the low beam.

See Figure4. The (blue)high beam indicatorlamp will illuminatewhen the high beam is on.

See Figure3. Eachhandlebar groupcontains control a turn signal switch. . The rightturn signalswitch(11)operates the rightfront andrightrearflashing lamps. . The leftturn signalswitch(4) operates the leftfrontand leftrearflashing lamps. NOTE Frontturnsignallampsalso functionas runninglamps(except lnternational models).

(2)located isoperated bypushing onthehornswitch group. handlebar control

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7. Engineofflrunswitch L Brakehandlever 9. Throttlecontrolgrip 10. Throftlefrictionadjustingscrew(not shown,not used on cruisecontrolmodels)

Figure3. Basic Handlebar Controls:FLHRCI Shown(Wpical)

are usedby the turn signalmodule operation based onvehicle speed, vehicle turncompletion. depress thedesired turn signalswitch. The turn will beginand continue flashing untilthey are
cancelled. As longas the motorcycle

NOIES lf you are signaling to turnin one direction andyou depress the switch for the oppositeturn signal, the first signal is cancelledand the oppositeside beginsflashing. lf you wantto stop thelampsfromflashing,brieflydepress the turnsignalswitcha secondtime.Theturnsignallamps will stop flashing.

signals willflash. .the

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Usethe following method to activate the four-way flashers.
1 . Withthe ignition key ON and security systemdisarmed

(models with security only),pressthe left and rightturn signal swilches at the sametime. 2. Turnthe ignition keyOFFand armthe security system if present and desired. The four-way flashers will continue for two hours. 3. To cancel four-way flashing, disarmthe security system if necessary, turn the ignition key ON and pressthe left andrightturnsignal switches at the sametime. Thissystem allows a stranded vehicle to be leftin thefour-way flashing modeandsecured untilhelpis found.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Left turn Highbeam Neutral Oil Riqhtturn

SeeFigure 4. Fiveindicator lampsare provided. . The greenTURNindicators will flashwhenturn signals areactivated;therefore, flashing indicates thechosen turn direction. Whenthe 4-way hazard flashers are operating, bothturnindicators willf lashsimultaneously. . TheblueBEAM indicator lamp, whenlit,signals highbeam headlamp operation. . Thegreen NEUTRAL lamp, whenlit,signals thetransmisgear. sionis in neutral . TheredOILindicator lamp, whenlit,signals thatoil is not circulating through the engine. NOTE TheOILindicatorlamp willglow whenthe ignitionis turnedon prior to starting engine.With enginerunning,lamp should be off whenenginespeed is aboveidle. Several other circumstances that could cause the red oil indicator lampto signal, include the following: . lf theoil pressure indicator lampdoesnotgo offat speeds above idling, it is usually because of an emptyoil tankor diluted oil. . In freezing weatherthe oil feed may clog with ice and preventing sludge, oil circulation. . A grounded oil signalswitch wire. . . A faultysignalswitch A damaged or improperly installed check valve. Trouble withthe pump.

Figure4. IndicatorLamps


Travelat speeds appropriatefor road and conditions and never travel faster than posted speed limit. Excessive speedcan causeloss of vehiclecontrol,which could result in deathor seriousinjury.(00008a) SeeFigure 5.Thespeedometer registers perhour kilometers (international models) or milesper hour(U.S.models) of forward speed.The speedometer also provides the following selectable functions: . Odometer . . Tripodometers A and B 12 or 24 hourclock(if radionot instatted)

The speedometer has a singledisplay window for the above functions. lf an Advanced AudioSystem is installed, the radio willprovide theclockfunction. 1. SeeFigure 5. Pressing thefunction switch withtheignition switchin any position will activate the odometer reading andtime.Timeand kilometers/mileage maybe checked without unlocking ignition switch. Press andrelease function switchonce to view odomeler. Pressand release switch againto display time. To checkmileage on trip odometers, the ignition switch must be in the ACC or IGNITION position. Pressand release thefunction switch untilthedesired tripodometer reading is displayed. An A or B in the upperleft of the display window identifies tripodometers. To reset or zero trip odometers, have desired(A or B) odometer in display window. Pressfunction switchand holdswitch for2-3seconds. Thetripodometer willbe reset to zero. 4. Repeat the previous step if you wish to zero both trip odometers.

lf the oil pressureindicator lamp remainslit, ahivays check the oil supplyfirst. lf the oil supply is normaland the lamp is still lit, stop the engineat once and do not ride further until the trouble is located and the necessaryrepairs are made. Failureto do so may result in engine damage. (00157a)

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Clock Setting
is equippeci with an AdvancedAudioSystem, lf themotorcycle AudioSvstemsectionin this manualto set seetheAdvanced theclockin the radio. switch to ACC or lGNlTlON. theignition 1. Turn

See Figure5. The tachometer measures the enginespeedin per minute(RPM). revolutions

Tip Indicator Lamp

5. Pressfunctionswitchuntiltime (hour and SeeFigure Pressand hold the function is displayed. switch minutes) for five secondsor until 12HR begins to blink in the window Release the button. display speedometer the functionswitchonce to advanceto Press andrelease 24HR or militarystyle time display.Each time a blinking youpress and releasethe button,the displaywill switch 12HRand 24HR. between pressand hold time styleis displayed, When the desired for fiveseconds. The display willswitch thefunction switch with the hoursblinking. to thetimedisplay

lf tip occurs, check all controls for proper operation. Restricted control movement can adversely affect the performanceof the brakes,clutch or ability to shift, which could result in loss of vehicle control and death or serious injury.(00350a) Shouldmotorcycle be tippedover,the word"tip"will appearin the odometer window. Engine will not startuntilreset. To reset, cycleignition/headlamp key switchON-OFF-ON.

The fuelgaugeindicates the approximate amountof fuel in the fueltank(s)and is located to leftof the speedometer or on the leftfrontpanelof the fairing. NOTE The FLHR left side fuel cap is a fuel gauge only. Do not remove.

NOTE is no AM or PM time setting required. So when correct There pressand hold function switch to advance to houris reached, minute sefting. Pressand release the function switch repeatedly to thehours. Eachtime you pressand releasethe advance thedisplay will advance one hour. switch, press and hold the When the correcthour is displayed, for five seconds. The minutesdisplaywill function switch blinking. start

Oil Pressure Gauge(FLHT/FLTR/FLHX)

The oil pressuregauge indicates engineoil pressureand is foundon the frontpanelof the fairing. Engineoil pressure will normally vary from 34 kN/m2 (5 psi) at idle speed to 207-262kN/m2(30-38psi) at 2000 RPM when engine is at n o r m ao l perating t e m p e r a t u ro ef 1 1 0 ' C ( 2 3 0" F ) .

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Pressand releasethe function switch repeatedlyto the minutesdisplay. Each time you press and advance release thebutton, the display will advanceone minute. press and hold minutesare displayed, When thecorrect thefunction switchfor five seconds. The minutesdisplay will stop blinking, indicating that the clockhas been set. Turn theignition switchOFF.

The voltmeter indicates electrical systemvoltageand is found on the frontpanelof the fairing. Withthe enginerunning above .l 500 RPM, the voltmetershould register13-14.5volts with batteryat full charge.

Air Temperature Gauge(FLHT/FLTR/FLHX)

gauge indicates The air temperature the ambientair temperaturein degreesFahrenheit. This gauge is foundon the front panelof the fairing.

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SeeOPERATING RECOMMENDATIONS section. Do not operate the engine above maximum safe RPM as shown (red zone on tachometer). Lower the underOPERATION RPM by upshifting to a higher gear or reducing the amount of throttle.Failureto lower RPM may cause equipment (00159a) damage.


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90 100

1. 2. 3, 4. 5. Speedometer Securitysystem lamp Tachometer Cruiselamp 6. 7. 8. 9. Low fuel warninglamp Enginechecklamp Batterydischargelamp Sixthgearlamp

Figure5. IndicatorLamps:Touring Models


SeeFigure 5.Theengine checklampis located nearthelower (FLHT leftsideof thespeedometer models) faceor lower center (FLHRmodels) of the speedometer face.lts purposeis to indicate whether or nottheengine/engine management system is operating normally. Theengine lampcoloris amber.

NOTE Touring Modelsare either equippedwith cruise controlor are cruise control ready,See a Harley-Davidson dealer for more information.


systemprovides automatic vehicle speed Theengine lampnormally on whenthe bike's comes ignition The cruisecontrol is firstturned on andremains on for approximately 4 seconds, control. as the enginemanagement systemrunsa seriesof self-diagnostics. Do not use the cruise control system in heavy traffic, on roadswith sharp or blind curves or on slippery roads of any kind.Usingthe cruisecontrol in thesecircumstances Low Fuel Lamp can causeloss of controln which could result in deathor SeeFigure 5.Thelowfuellampis located in thespeedometer seriousinjury.(00083a) face,lowercenterby checkenginelamp. The low fuel lamp 6. A fairing capcruise located control switch to the illuminates to indicate that you haveapproximately 3.8 liters SeeFigure right the ignition/headlamp of key switch turns the cruise control (1 gallon) left in the tank.The lowfuel lampcolor of gasoline system ON andOFE is amber. lf the enginelampcomeson at anyothertime,see a HarleyDavidson dealer.

See Figure5. Cruisecontrolequipped modelsfeaturetwo indicator lamps. additional . An orange lampon the cruisecontrol whichindicswitch atesthe cruise is ON or OFF. control . A greenlampon the tachometer (speedometer for FLHR models) faceindicates the cruisecontrol is SETor NOT SET.

On FLHRmodels, the cruisecontrol switchhousing is on the lefthandlebar. NOTE Thecruisecontrolicon on the speedometer or tachometer will turn orangeto indicatethe cruise controlis ON.lf the orange icon doesNOTcomeon, the systemis NOT ON.You cannot SETcruisespeed,see your dealer. See Figure7. RESUME/SET switch locatedin the right group. handlebar control The RESUME/SET switch controls several system functions, including set,resume, accelerate anddecelerate.

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NOTES Therider alwaysover-ridesand controlsthe system. Thesystemwillnot workat vehiclespeedsbelow48 km/h (30 mi/h) or above 137km/h (85 mi/h). tachoThesystemis managed by a smallcomputer.The meterprovidesinformation to disengagethe systemif the engineRPM suddenlyincreases. Besidesthe computer, the systemhasothercomponents: a stepper-motor (controlled by the compute1, which operatesthe throftle during CRUISEoperation,a clutch which disengagesthe stepper-motorduring non-cruise operation and several internal switches, all sending informationto the computer. The system will allow rider to increase speed 16 km/h (10 mi/h) or more (depending on how hard the rider rolls on the throttleand the conditionof the bike)over the SET point before deactivating. This featureallows the rider to momentarily increasespeed,if necessaryRollingon the throftle to greatly increase speed may deactivate the system.

6.CruiseControlFairingCap Switch

Engaging CruiseControl
1. See Figure5. Turnthe cruisecontrolswitchto the ON position. The orangeiconon the cruisegaugefacewill lightwhenactivated. 2. Withthe motorcycle traveling at thedesired cruise speed push the ol 48-137km/h (30-85 mi/h), momentarily to SET. After RESUME/SET switch on the righthandlebar the iconwillturn green a delayof about1-112 seconds, the selected on thefaceof the gaugeto indicate cruising in. speedis locked

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Disengaging CruiseControl
rcd The cruisecontrolautomatically disengages whenever the module receives inputs: cruise control oneof thefollowing 't. Front rearbrakeis applied. and/or is rolledbackor closed, therebyactuating idle 2. Throttle (disengage) cableroll-off switch. (module toogreat clutch is disengaged senses 3. Motorcycle an increase in RPM). Figure 7. RESUME/SET Switch 4. Vehicle range. speedis outof the operating NOTE Rollingon the throttlemore than 16 km/h (10 mi/h) abovethe setspeed may also deactivatethe cruise control. When thecruise is disengaged, thegreen cruise engaged icon to orange. Theorange cruise onthefaceof thegauge changes iconremains themainswitch is turned control system ON until off. youdecide to SETa cruise RESUME However, should speed, press ACCELERATE lastsetspeed, or DECELERATE, simply the RESUME/SET switch.

F ion rof Des tor


Irol the

withminto be safely operated designed actions are bythe riderand all ridercontrol

'will 0ge tndt iight

Resuming CruiseSpeed
lf the system is deactivatedusing one of the methodsdescribed CRUISECONTROL,the systemis still under DEACTIVATING ON should you decide to RESUMEthe set speed.To accomplishthis,simplypressthe RESUME/SET switchto RESUME.

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NOTE the SET speed in memory for the hotd witt computer The RESUME function' If the vehicte speed drops more than 24 km/h(15 mi/h)belowthe SETspeed,speedcan no longer if cruise operationis still desired,press the be RES|JMED. to SETto resetthe cruisespeed' switch RESUMHSET

AcceleratingAbove Cruise SPeed

press the 1. With the cruise speed set, momentarily the speed to increase to RESUME switch RESUME/SET by 1.6km/h(1 mi/h)' switch at 2. Pressingand holding the RESUME/SET increase to continue to will causethe system RESUME (1 mi/h) km/h 1'6 of approximately speedin increments of about delay is a There is released. switch the until the speedincreases' before 2 seconds

gear'The green firstand second between is located Neutral whenthe illuminate will dash the on lamp indicator neutral is in neutral. transmission liftthe gearshiftlever1/2of To shiftfromfirstgearto neutral, itsfullstroke. to the nexthighergear,lift the gearshiftleverup To upshift intogear. untilit clicks to the nextlowergear,pressthe gearshiftlever Todownshift intogear. downuntilit clicks NOTE allows aftereachgearchange'This thefootshifttever Release the leverto returnto its centralpositionbeforeanothergear changecan be made'

Foot Shifter Heel-Toe

shifter arefittedwitha heel-toe Models 8.Touring SeeFigure - onefacing shaft shifter to the fitted are levers shift Two lever. andone rearward. forward usingthefront or downshift Thetoe of the leftfootcan upshift with of the riderhasthe option upshifting However, shiftlever. lever. shift the heelon the rearfacing

Cruise Control Decelerating

press the 1. With the cruise speed set, momentarily speed by the switchto SET to reduce RESUME/SET 1.6km/h(1 mi/h). switchat SET the RESUME/SET and holding 2. Pressing speed in reduce to continue will causethe systemto (1 untilthe mi/h) km/h 1.6 approximately of increments 2 seconds of about delay is a There released. is switch decreases. the sPeed before

Cruise Control Deactivating

icon orange to theOFFposition'The switch control cruise Turn OFF' is system the to indicate in the gaugeis extinguished NOTES if: work Systemwill NOT cables . An uphillgradeis so longand/orsteep;thethroftle mainto tries system the when tength futl pulted their are tain vehicle speed.This featurepreventsstretchingthe cables. . bike at vehiclespeeds below 48 km/h Rider operates (30 mi/h)or above137km/hmi/h (85)' . . are too tight.See dealer' Throttlecables See dealer' Brakelampsare on constantly'



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TouringModels 6'Speed Figure8. Shift Pattern:

The clutch must be fully disengagedbefore attempting a the clutch can result gear shift. Failureto fuliy disengage (00182a) in equipmentdamage. on theleftsideof the motorcycle is located Thegearshiftlever do not The gearshiftlevershiftsthe foot' left When difficulty of shifting gears is experienced' the with and is operated The shift' the force to attempt next' fromonegearto the under any circumstances, transmission six-speed shifter broken or damaged a will be abuse resultsoisuch Shift Pattern (00161a) mechanism. gear first with still in first gear withthe is standing See Figure8. The shift patternis sequential Whenthe motorcycle the transmis' running, withthe engine downandfivegearsuP. off or in neutral engine and drive wheel rear the may not shiftgears.Because sio-n is shiftedinto first gear from neutralby The transmission intogear' pressing the shiftleverdownuntilit clicks

and Indicators E-20 Controls

'een the 2ot 'up )ver

gearteethandengagegrenotturning, thetransmission cannotlineup. dogs

gear to disengageand the next gear to engage, leverin and movethe motorcycle backwardand slightpressureon the shift lever. maintaining


Gears for moreinformation. , Shifting


Objectsin mirrorsare closerthan they appear.Usecaution when judging distance of objects in mirrors. Failureto judge correct distancescould result in death or serious injury.(00033a) Your vehicle is equipped withtwoconvex rearviewmirrors. Thistype of mirroris designed to givea muchwiderviewto the rearthan a flat mirror. However, cars and otherobjects seenin thistype of mirrorwill looksmaller and farther away thantheyactually are. . Usecaution whenjudging the sizeor relative distance of objects seenin rearviewmirrors. . Always adjustthe rearviewmirrors to clearly reflect the areabehind the motorcycle before riding. NOTE Adjustmirrorsso you cansee a smallportionof yourshoulders in eachmirror.Thiswillhelpyou establishthe relativedistance of vehiclesto the rear of your motorcycle.

ows lear

applybrakestronglyenoughto lock the wheel.A will skid and can causeloss of vehicleconwheel couldresultin deathor seriousinjury.(00053a)
pedalcontrolsthe rear wheel brake and is locbrake

ifter :ing ront rvith

rightside.Operate the rear brake onthemotorcycle's foot. with theright hand levercontrols thefrontwheelbrakeand brake Operate the handlever ontherighthandlebar. with oftherighthand.

iitionfingers between hand control lever and grip.lmproper hand positioning can impair operation and causeloss of vehiclecontrol, resultin deathor seriousinjury.(00032a) should be applieduniformly and evenlyto prevent locking from up.A balancebetween rear and front isgenerally best.


To open,turn fuel fillercap counterclockwise and lift up.To close,turn fuel fillercap clockwise untilit clicks. The ratchet action of the capprevents overtightening. Remove thefuelfiller capslowly. Fillfueltankslowly to prevent fuelspillage. Donotfillabove thebottom of thefiller neckinsert. Leave enough airspace to allow forfuelexpansion. Expansion can causean overfilled tankto overflow fuelthrough the filler capventontosurrounding areas. Afterrefueling, be surefiller cap is securely tightened. Gasoline is extremely flammable and highlyexplosive. Inadequate safetyprecautions could result in death or serious injury. . NOTES F,LHT/FLTR modelfuelfiller capis located beneath a door and have a ratchetaction.The fuel filler cap shouldbe fully closedbeforeclosingthe fuel door. Fuelfillercap turnsapproximately a 3/4 turnbeforeit starts unscrewing. SeeFigure9. FLHR modelfuelfillercap is locatedon the rightside of the fuel tank.Thecap on the left sideis the fuelgaugeand is not removable.


motorcycleon a level, firm surface. An motorcycle can fall over,which could result injury.(00039a) or serious is located stand on the leftsideof the motorcycle and to support the motorcycle for parking.

. lockswhen placedin the full forward(down) vehicleweighton it. lf the iifty stand is not (down)positionwith vehicleweight on fonrard canfall over which could result in deathor (00006a) .

SeeSAFE procedures OPERATING RULES andreview safety listedbelow.

I not The fter the mislrive

flffy standis fully retracted before riding. lf jiffy notfullyretracted, it can contact the road surface loss of vehiclecontrol.which could result in injury.(00007a)

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Protect your vehicle against theft. After parking your lock the steering head and removeignition motorcycle, keyfrom switch.Failureto lock your motorcyclemay result (00151a) in theft andlorequipmentdamage. NOTE Do not force the switch into the locked position or switch damagecan occur. hasa forklockat thetop of the 10.The FLHR/C/S SeeFigure nacelle and insetin the the headlamp head,behind steering handlebar clampshroud. NOTE The fork lock is integrated into the ignition switch on s. LTR/F LHX model FLHT/F
1. Fuelgauge 2. Fuelfiller cap 3. Functionswitch

yourmotorcycle afterparking theforklockimmediately Using your use or theftwhenparking unauthorized will discourage 18. refer to Table Forforklockdetail, motorcycle.

Figure9. FuelTank:FLHR forks locked.Lockingtheforks Do notoperatevehiclewith ability,which could result turning the vehicle's restricts in deathor seriousinjury.(00035a) Do not spill fuel onto the motorcyclewhile refueling. Fuel wipe up fuel spills on your motorcycle. lmmediately (00147b) surfaces' to cosmetic can causedamage

Models To Lock Fork on FLHR/C/S

forkto fullleftposition. 1. Turn 10.Insertkeyandturn keycounterclockwise 2. See Figure to lock.

Use only unleaded fuel in catalytic converter'equipped Using leadedfuel will damagethe emission motorcycles. control system.(00150b)

key. 3. Remove

Models To Lock Fork on FLHT/FLTR/FLHX

1. Turnforkto fullleftposition. knobto forklockandpushknob 2.Turn switch 2. SeeFigure down. keY. Turnkeyto lockand remove

Do not store motorcyclewith gasolinein tank within the homeor garagewhereopenflames,pilot lights'sparksor electric motors are present.Gasolineis extremelyflam' mableand highly explosive,which could result in death or seriousinjury.(00003a)

Avoid spills. Slowly removefiller cap. Do not fill above bottom of filler neck insert, leaving air space for fuel expansion.Securefiller cap after refueling.Gasolineis extremelyflammableand highly explosive,which could result in deathor seriousiniury.(00028a)

Do not use aftermarketfuel caps. Aftermarket fuel caps may fit improperlyand leak,which could leadto deathor dealerfor approved seriousinjury.Seea Harley'Davidson (00034a) fuel caps.

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your ition sult

1 . Clamp shroud 2. Forklock


See Figure11.All modelsfeatureair-adjustable rear suspension.Air pressurein the rear shocksmay be adjusted to suit load requirements, ridingstyleand personal comfort. . For FLHR/C,FLHT/C/U and FLTRmodelswith standard shocks,referto Table19. . For FLHRS and FLHX models with low profileshocks, referto Table20. NOTE These are recommended starting points. Adjust to suit load conditions, riding style and comfort desired. Less initial pressure does not necessarily result in a softer ride. Using pressures outside the recommended loading range will result in a reduction of available suspension travel and reduced rider comfort.

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Figure10. Fork Lock: FLHR/C/S Table 19.Standard Rear Suspension RecommendedAir Pressure:FLHR/C,FLHT/C/U and FLTB

I orks >sult

bK ' LOAD 71
F!', '

0-68 lb. up to 150 150-200 200 250 up to 150 up to 200 see label


Solo rider Solo rider S.b rd"t Rider *ith pus"nger *"igf't ot passenger with weightof iRider GVWR iMaximum

0 o og J 5 -r u J

0 0-10 5 - 15

91-1 3 0-68

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1o-1 5
20-25 20-35


Table20. Low Profile Rear Suspension RecommendedAir Pressures:FLHRSand FLHX


O-73 73-91 91 0-68 | I

r; n+,
Solo rider rider Solo Srlo"det Rder-tl"Aas;nger weightof passenger with weightof iRider Maximum GVWR

upto 160 '160-200 over200 up to 150 over 150 see label


PRESSURE psi 0-5

0 - 10 5-10 20-30 25-35

0-69 35-69 138-207 172-241 276-345

Adjusting Shock Pressure

Figure See 11.To adjust the rear shockair pressure, use an airpump to fill or release air from the air valve locatedjust below theframe cover on the leftside of the vehicle. Do not exceedmaximum air pressurefor rear suspension. Air components fill rapidly. Therefore, use low air line pressure.Failureto do so may result in possible damage to components.(00165a)

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NOTE PIJMP AND GAUGE (Part No.HD' An AIR SUSPENS/ON dealer' your Harley-Davidson 34633)is availableat

TOUR.PAK Operation
lockandopendrawcatches. 12.Unlock SeeFigure

Use caution when bleeding air from the suspension. Moisturecombinedwith lubricantmay leak onto the rear wheel,tire and/or brake componentsand adverselyaffect traction, which could result in death or serious iniury. (00084a) . . NOTES Do not exceedmax GVWRor GAWR' ON FLHRSANDFLHX MODELS:Alwaysclear the line air from by adding21-35 kPa (3-5 psi)beforereleasing the pump's valve,but do not exceed345 kPa (50 psi). clear Always ON ALLBalT FLHRSANDFLHX MODELS: air kPa(3-5 psi)beforereleasing thelineby adding21-35 241 kPa(35 psi). fromthepump'svalve,but do not exceed

Do NOTpull on any electricalwires. Pullingon electrical wires may damagethe internalconductor causing high which may resultin minor or moderateiniury. resistance, (00168a) Seetheservice in twopositions. canbe located TheTour-Pak dealer about Tour-Pak manual or a Harley-Davidson removal/relocation.


64Y ,,
1. Key 2. Lock 3. Drawcatch

Lock and DrawGatch Figure12.Tour-Pak

Air Valve Figure11.RearAir Suspension

latch. 13.Unlock 1. SeeFigure underlatchandlift' fingers 2. Place andother of cover CORNER onehandat OUTSIDE 3. Place corner. outside handat opposite

Do not exceed the motorcycle's Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR)or Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR). Exceedingthese weight ratings can affect stability and handling,which could result in death or serious iniury. (00016e) accessories, of themotorcycle, is thesumof theweight GVWR passenger and cargo rider, of the weight and the maximum carried. thatcan be safelY of weightthat can be safely amount GAWRis the maximum on eachaxle. carried plate' The GVWRand GAWRis shownon the information head. on theframesteering located

pivoting insideedgeof cover edgeof cover, 4. Lift outside in brackets. brackets' to disengage edgeof cover 5. Liftinside you,oversaddlebag. towards 6. Bringcover you,letit flipover, so the toward cover 7. As youbring rubbarsandnylon facesup.Letcoverrestagainst strap. NOTE to the to stayaftached Thesaddlebagtidsare designed at all times.

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13.Usebothhandsto holdOUTSIDE 1. SeeFigure corners of coverup and slide inside edge back into place so brackets slidetogether. 2. Close lidandsecure latch. Brackets willengageautomatically. I )trical I high niury. ervrce rr-Pak NOTE latchand Tour-Pak Saddlebag draw catches should be closed motorcycleis in operation. andlockedwhenever

14.The saddlebags are securedto the support SeeFigure '114 by turn fasteners called bail head studs. brackets NOTE (international llyourvehicle only) does not have the wire form 'bail", usea flat bladedscrewdriver to turn the studs. saddlebag fasteners 1. Unscrew by turning1l4 turncounterclockwise. saddlebag. 2. Remove Figure 13. Saddlebags:FLHT/FLTR

placesaddlebagin positionon saddlebag rail and Caretully thebailheadstudswith the support bracketfasteners. align 1. SeeFigure14. Fastenstuds by pushing into support fasteners bracket and turning 114turn clockwise. 2. Check thatstudsare securelvfastened.

you can adjustthe latchfingers. llthelatches loose, become

Adjustthe latch fingers only enough to enable them to properly engagethe latch hinge. Bending latch fingers backandlorth can overstress the metal and weaken the (00169a) fingers. 1. Bend thefingers untiltheyfirmlyengagethe hinge. 2. See ACCESSORIES MAINTENANCE,Miscellaneous Lubrication for lubrication details.

Figure 14. Bail Head Studs i other 'cover


See Figure15.To use the quick disconnect strapfeature,lift up the strapend to exposethe quickrelease buckleand press on the locktabs as shown.

inside check

The strapsmay also be openedand closedusingthe buckle in a conventional manner.

e bags Insertthe male strapend into the receptacle on the bag and "click" push untila positive is felt.

Controls and Indicators E-25

NOTE SeeACCESSORIES MAINTENANCE, Leather Careforproper saddlebagcare.

of thewindshield assembly forward, untiltheTOp brackel notches slideawayfromthe grommets. 2. Carefully liftthewindshield bracket BOTTOM notches ofl the bottom grommets. Remove windshield. NOTE proper For windshield maintenance, see ACCESSOR/ES MAINTENANC E, Wi ndshietds.

1. SeeFigure yourfingers 17.lnsert intothewireformlatch springsat eitherside of the windshield and slide the BOTTOM windshield bracketnotchesonto the bottom grommets. 2. SlidetheTOPbracket notches ontothetop grommets.

Figure15.Saddlebag Quick Disconnect


See Figure 16. Depressbuttonon front inboardside of saddlebag andwhileholding button in, raiselid.

) \ /


Lower lid untillatchassembly fastens. NOTE SeeACCESSORIES MAINTENANCE, Leather Careforproper saddlebagcare.
1. 2. 3. 4. Wireform latchspring Grommet Windshield Clutchcable Figure 17.Windshield: FLHR/C

@'.. \,


Air deflectors, located alongthe leftand rightbottom edgeof thefairing, are removable. Undersome conditions, ridercomfortmay be improved by removing the deflectors to allowmoreair movement behind thefairing.

Figure 16. Open Saddlebag: FLHRS

Stop vehicle to remove air deflectors. Removing air deflectorswhile riding could cause loss of control.resulting in deathor seriousinjury.(00085a) 1. . SeeFigure 18.Todetach thedeflectors, remove thethree thumbscrews. 2. Storethumbscrews anddeflectors in Tour-pak.


1. SeeFigure yourfingers 17.Insert intothewireformlatch springs at either sideof thewindshield andmove theTOp

E-26 Controls and Indicators

bracket :hesoff


n latch de the bottom


Screws 18.Air DeflectorThumb Figure

1. 2. 3. 4.

Auxiliary(SPOT) Speakers Cruisecontrol ACCswitch (ACCESSORY)

Figure19.SwitchIndicators \

switch havean accessory models 19.All touring is located on the rightside Thisswitch use. owner's (FLHR). (FLHT) shroud clamp or leftsidetriple located under connector is anaccessory 20.There
that can be activated with the ACC switch. See a


for possible uses. dealer

to overloadyour motorcycle'scharging lf your accessories. too manyelectrical byadding at anyonetime operating accessories more electrical current than your vehicle's the electrical consumption canproduce, system the battery and cause vehicle electrical dealerfor advice Seea Harley-Davidson damage. the amountof current consumed by additional wiring changes. or for necessary accessories, jge of ed by ehind Figure20.AccessoryConnector


lamp switch(1) to turn ON See Figure19. Use the auxiliary lampsas required. the auxiliary . NOTES On the FLHT/C/CU, the auxiliary lamp switch (SPOT) is on the left side of the ignition/headlamp key switch on fairing cap. On the FLHR/C the auxiliary lamp switch (SPOT) is on the right side of the triple clamp shroud. The auxiliary lamps (SPOT) do not work when the headlamp is on high beam.

g air
, lS-


Controlsand Indicators E-27


See Figure21. Ventsin fairinglowersare controlled by the lever shown. Adjust ventopenings to control air flow.

Passenger footboards andpassenger footrests (FLHRS only)canbe adjusted to oneof threepositions. Before to a new position, removeplasticplugsfrom holesin swingarm brackets as necessary.

socket screwwithlockwasher to remove footboard fromrearswingarm bracket. 2. Insertpin on footboard bracketinto hole in bracket at position required. 3. Install socket screwwithlockwasher.Tighten socket to 20-24 N.m(15-18 ft-tbs).

See Figure 22 tor all models except FLHRS.


Rider footboards areadjustable. Seea Harley-Davidson dealer foradjustment. Figure22.Passenger Footboards: All Except

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nodels noving in rear emove )racket ngarm

is basedon AudioSystemby Harman/Kardon@ Advanced unitmountedinsidethe front fairing of selected

Receiverfeaturesinclude : Electronic singlein-lineCD/MP3playerwithtrackup/down, forwardand reversescan, repeat and random play functions. compatibility. Double-sided CDs will not CD/CDR/CDRW play in this unit. MPEG 2.5 Level lll (MP3) file format compatability. Morethan 10 hoursof MP3 music- 150 MP3 songs(10 albums)on one 650MBdisc. (>40secondmemoryand mechanical Anti-skipprotection dampers). for frequency tuning,band change,CD Remotecontrols mixing. select,volume,and bass/treble/fader adjusts AutomaticVolumeControl (AVC)- automatically volumeto compensate for ambientnoisedue to motorcycle speed. Time-of-day clock. Weather band frequenciesdisplayedas NOAA channel numbers(activeon North Americanunits only).

Touring models.
FLHTC, FLHX, and FLTR: The AdvancedAudio System radio receiverthat includes a Compact Disc multi-band

portformedia players. player (AUX) andanauxiliary

is stereoand plays through left and right speakers Ieceiver

intherider fairing. Audioreceiver also supports The Advanced FLHTCU: passenger intercom speakers, a rider/passenger
CitizenBand (CB) radio transceiver. 4.0 channel

compactdiscs while riding, and do not change levelthat blocksout traffic noise.Distracavolume levelthat blocksout traffic noise,could ora volume lossof controlresultingin deathor seriousinjury.


parts inside the unit; leave all arcno serviceable Disassembly of servicepersonnel. to qualified couldresultin equipmentdamageand/orequip(00172a) SeeFigure 23.The frontpanel consists of a setof pushbuttons, (LCD), crystal display, a protective doorfortheCompact a liquid portforauxiliary (AUX) input Disc(CD/MP3) slotanda covered players. whose function are"softkeys" Sixof the pushbuttons willchange withthedisplay.

unit.Laserradiationis presentif disc and the interlock fails or is ls disassembled to laserradiationcould leadto death Exposure injury.(00087a)

PressONto turnthe receiver on andoff.

1,2,3,4,S/Left Ar r ow
Forthe stereo receiver, the softkeys,1,2,3,4, and SAeft radiofreArrow,are usedto storeandthenrecall a selected (pre-sets). quency withanyof the Advanced Whencombined thefunction softkey AudioSystem accessories, of anyactive willbe displayed nextto the softkeyin the for thataccessory LCDdisplay. 6

volume leveland othercontrolsbeforeriding can lead on the road.Distractions adiustments of control,resulting in death or serious injury.

(3 band receiver is a radio Audio System stereo player Disc(CD)/MP3 witha fullfunction Compact (AUX) input. auxiliary
amplifier devices can playthroughthe receiver's audio

the 6 soft keywill return the display to the previous Pressing ForCB and IntercomSetup,the function of the 6 soft menu. in the LCDnextto the 6 softkey. keywillbe displayed

SAeft, Up, Down,Right Arrows

The S/Left, Up, Down, and Right Arrow soft keys are used for radiobandfrequencytuning,Bass and Treblemixing,Fader and Volume. They are also used to scroll and highlight a selectionin a list. For an AdvancedAudio System accessory module,the arrow keys are activewhen arrows appear in the display.

Auxiliary to theAUXinputport. when connected players, cassette and mini-disc include MP3players,

pressthe OK pushbutton With a menuor list item highlighted, to confirmthe selectionand initiatethe function.

Active on the FLHTCU or on motorcycles equipped the Advanced Audio System CB accessory,COM is the Citizen AUDIO SYSTEM, Band (CB) setup button.See ADVANCED CB Operation.Press the COM pushbuttonto display the CB Setupmenu. E-29


interference, and (2) (1) This devicemay not causeharmful received, including Thisdevicemustacceptany interference operation. thatmaycauseundesired interference not expressively WARNING: Changes or modifications for compliance couldvoid approved by the partyresponsible the equipment. to operate authority the user's number onlysignithe radio certific'ation Theterm"lC:"before weremet. specifications technical fiesthat Industry Canada

System SmartSecurity Harley-Davidson

SecurityModule (HFSM) of a Hands-Free (2) mountedon the motorcycle, Antenna

bythe rider/passenger. Fob carried keyto OFFand turntheignition arm withinfive willautomatically System
armed,the starter and ignition are disabled

FOB HANDS.FREE FobAssignment

assigned See Figure 36. Hands-FreeFobs are electronically Smart Security System by a Harleyto the Harley-Davidson Davidson dealer so that the module can recognize a fob's unique signal.Only two fobs can be assignedto the module at any one time. Replacementfobs can be purchasedfrom a dealershipbut can only be assignedto the motorcycleby a trained Harleytechnician. Davidson NOTES . The reusable label found on the fob packaging lists the serial number of the fob. For reference, fix the label to a "NOTES"page in the Owner's Manual. blank The serial number of the fob is also found on the inside of the fob. See HANDS-FREESECURITY MODULE, Fob Baftery. The module will arm only if the fob has been assigned by a Harley-Davidson dealer and a Personal ldentification Number (PIN) has been entered in the system. The PIN should be recorded on the Personal lnformation page in the front of this Owner's Manual and on the removable wallet card. Should the rider misplace the fob or if the fob fails, the rider can refer to the wallet card and use the PIN to manually disarm the system. Refer to HANDS-FREE SECURITY MODULE, Arming and Disarming and HANDSFREE SECURITY MODU LE, Troubleshooting. a The PIN can easily be changed by the rider at any time. 7/ Refer to HANDS-FREE SECURITY MODULE, Personal , I Identification Number (PIN). !l

thatthe module knowing themotorcycle leave or withthe ignition tampers if someone motorcycle. disarmwhen willautomatically themodule or ACCESS. to IGNITION isturned NOTE or theantennaon the motorcycle. themodule

Smarl for the Harley-Davidson are available

GenuineMotor fromthe Harley-Davidson include: Options Parts catalog. Motor ll. Siren and Smart ll. Receiver Pager andSecurity Fobs. fordetails. dealer
. .

MAntenna Module Security

lC lD:3432A-0O27rR lC lD:3432A-0028TR
with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and with

is subject to the rules. Operation Canada

leavingthe fob with the motorcyclewhen it's parkedI vents the system from activatingthe alarm. . Do not ride with the fob stored in a metal case or with fob closerthan 76 mm (3.0 in.) to a cell phone, PDA, play or other electronic device. Any electromagn interference may prevent the fob from disarming system. For added security,always lock the fork and remove ignition key when parked. lf the fob is within range the motorcycle is unlocked, tamperingwith the motorc, will not activatethe alarm.


ThePersonal (PlN) ldentification Number is a numberthat be usedto disarm theHarley-Davidson Smart Security Sys in casean assigned fob is misplaced, failsor if the fob modulecannot communicate becauseof electromagn interference. (1-9, A PINis a five-digit number no zeros).

Figure 36.Hands-Free Fob:Smart Security System Riding with a Fob

. Always carrythefobwhenriding, loading, fueling, moving, parkingor servicing the motorcycle. Cany the fob in a pocket. convenient Do not leave the fob attached to the handlebars or store the fob in a saddlebag or Tour-Pak@. Unintentionally

Changing the PIN Tomaintain security, theridercanchange the PINat anyti Refer to Table 26.

Table 26. Changing the PIN


(1 thru9) PINand Select a S-digit record on the wallet cardfrom Owner's Manual. Withan assigned fob present, turn - OFFIGNkeyIGNITION - OFF_ IGNITION. IGNITION Pressleft turnsignal switch 3 times. Pressright turnsignal switch 1 time Turn willflash3 times. signals CurrentSeefigureshowing the odometer and release. PINwillappear in odometer. Thefirst window withPINdisplay. willbe flashing. digit Enter firstdigit(a)of newPINby pressing left turnsignal switch a times. Pressright turnsignal switch 1 time The new digit (a) will replacethe curand release. rent in odometerwindow. Entersecond digit(b)of newPINby pressing left turnsignal switch b times.
Press right turn signal switch 1 time The new digit (b) will replacethe curand release. rent in odometerwindow.

6 7

8 9

Enter thirddigit(c) of newPINby pressing left turnsignal switch c times.

Press right turn switch 1 time and release. The new digit (c) will replacethe current in odometerwindow.


E-46 Hands-Free SecuriWModule

arked Pre'l

Table 26. Changing the PIN

or with , PDA,
rmlng 'emove range

fourth digit(d)of newPINby Enter pressing switch d left turnsignal times.

The new digit (d) will replacethe current in odometerwindow.

berthat rrity
the fob

Enter fifthdigit(e)of newPINby pressing switch e left turnsignal times.

the curThe new digit(e) will replace rent in odometerwindow.


theignition keyto OFFstores willreturn to mileage.Turning rearms, turnthe Theodometer themodule Before thenewPINin themodule. keyto oFF. ignition

I at any


on PIN Change PIN(example)

- PIN 37.OdometerWindows


rodometer ry.

keyiconin the speedometer Theilluminated Security Smart oftheHarley-Davidson status every key icon that blinks approximately is armed. indicates thatthesystem to is turned switch ignition/headlamp Afterthe the key icon will disarms, the system and fourseconds for approximately than longer illuminated icon thatremains that serviceof the moduleis indicates


When the motorcycleis parked and the ignitionkey is turned Smart Security System arms to OFF, the Harley-Davidson Even withinfive secondsil no motionis detected. automatically when the fob is present,the system will arm. On arming,the turn signalswill flash twice and the optional siren will chirp twice. While armed, the key icon in the face will flash every three seconds. speedometer NOTE lnternational Models: The HFSM must be in the Chirp Mode for the siren to chirp on arming or on disarming. See HANDS' FREE SECURITY MODULE, Siren Chirpless/Chirp Modes: lnternational Models.

for Once disarmed,the rider may ride or move the motorcycle parking,storageor servicewithoutsettingoff the alarm.

Hands-Free SecurityModule E 47

disFob: An armedSmart SecuritySystemis automatically with the armedwhen the ignitionkey is turnedto IGNITION fobpresent' Whenthe module disarms, the optional sirenwill chirponce for a solidfourseconds and andthe key iconwill illuminate then turnoff. NOTE up off of 'P!\i,?!l:, Anvmotion,Iikeliftingthe motorcvcle or turningthe ignitionkey to lGNlrloN and the modulewill

"poll"for the presenceof the fob. lf the fob electronically present,the systemdisarms. (plN):lf thefobis misplac Personal ldentification Number fobfailsto communicate withthe module, t or if the present systemcan be disarmedwith the Personalldentificati (PlN). Number Disarming with a PIN Do notturn handtebars, straddte seator tiftmororcycle off r Duringa plN disarm,if the Smartsecuritysystt littv'siano. mcttion the systemwill activate the alarr detectsmotorcycle

SmartSecuritySystem Table27.Enteringa PINto DisarmHarley-Davidson

2 3


8 I


Should be recorded on wallet card. verify the current s-digit lf necessary, PIN. keyto lGNlTlON. Turnignition (within the odometer 2 seconds of turning Keyiconflashesat fast rate.In the Seefigureshowing Quickly withPINdisplay. Fivedashes windoqa flashing dashwill window ignition key)holdboth turnsignal odometer willappear in the odometer window. be followed by four moredashes. in untilconfirmation. switches will Thefirstdigit(a)in the odometer Enter firstdigit(a) in the PINby pressing be thefirstdigitin the PlN. left turnswitch a times. 1 time. Thefirstdigitis stored andthe dash Servesas enterkey. Pressrlght turnswitch willflash. digit(b) in the odometer Entersecond digit(b) in the PINby Thesecond pressing willbe the second digitin the PlN. left turnswitch b times. Thesecond digitis stored andthe Serves as enterkey. Pressright turnswitch 1 time. nextdashwillflash. Thethirddigit(c) in theodometer will Enter thirddigit(c) in the PINby pressing left turnswitch c tlmes. be thethirddigitin the PlN. The thirddigitis storedand the next Servesas enterkey. 1 time. Pressright turnswitch dashwillflash. fourthdigit(d) in the PINby Thefourthdigit(d) in the odometer Enter pressing d times. willbe thefourthdigitin the PlN. left turnswitch 1 time. Pressright turnswitch Enter fifthdigit(e) in the PINby pressing left turnswitch e times. I time. Pressright turnswitch Thefourth digitis stored andthe next Servesas enterkey. dashwillflash. will Thefifthdigit(e) in the odometer be thefifthdigitin the PlN. is disarmed. The keyicon SmartSecurity System Thefifthdigitis stored. stopsblinking.

12 13

NOTES At any timeduringa PINdisarm,if the fobis broughtwithin range of the motorcycle,the Smart SecuritySystemwill disarm when the module receivesthe coded signal from the fob. lf a mistakeis made whileentering PIN,wait two minutes beforeanotherdisarmingaftempt. TheSmartSecuritySystemwill remaindisarmeduntilthe ignitionkey is turned to OFE

HazardWarni ng 4-WayFlasher
parkedak lf it shouldbe necessary to leavea motorcycle flasherscan side a roadway, the hazardwarningfour-way turnedON andthe SmartSecurity System armed. To arm the H-DSSS with the Hazard Warning tl-lll Flashers ON keyto ACCESS. 1. Jurnignition press both left and right turn sig 2. Simultaneously flashers switches to turnthefour-way ON. keyto OFF to arm the SmartSecu 3. Turnthe ignition System.

Module E-48 Hands-Free Security

fob. If the afob is h the mod nal ldenti

4-Way Flashers OFF keyto lGNlTlON. press theleftandrightturnsignal switches.

notorcycle Security

motorcycle is movedor liftedup off of its

ignition key is turned to IGNITIONand the

willwarnthe operator withthree :thealarm gltheturnsignals anda chirpof theoptional

if the motorcycleis back on its jiffy stand

is detected and/orthe ignition key is willremain armed without activating

on wallet


key is not continues or the ignition will issuea second warning ; themodule first. NOTE alarms, thestartermotorand the ignition

Deactivate the Alarm

Key Fob: Bringthe fob to the motorcycle. Afterthe module identifies thatthe fob is present, the system willterminate the atarm.

is stilldetecting motion if System and/or notbeen turned backto OFFaftera second willactivate thealarm. Smart Security System will: thefourturnsignals. Sound theoptional siren. willstopwithin30 seconds and if no willnotrestart. thealarm motion thesystem willrepeat continues for motion. The alarmwill andrecheck (10cycles) forfiveminutes alarm cycle deactivated. NOTE theLED.vibration or audiblemodes SecurityPager.A pager can operate withan optionalSmart Siren. canbe up to 0.8 km (0.5mile).See a for details.


In theChirpless Mode, the sirendoesnotchirpon arming or disarming. NOTE Even whenarmed in the chirplessmode,the siren stillchirps warnings on movement and willactivate thealarmthrough all alarm cycles.

On armingin the Chirp Mode,the siren responds with two chirps. When disarming, thesiren responds witha single chirp.

quickly Cycling through arming anddisarming twicewillswitch the system fromeitherthe chirpless or the chirpmodeto its opposite. 1. Withthefob present, the ignition keyON andthe system disarmed, turntheignition keyOFF. 2. Whenthe system arms(2 flashes of turnsignals), immediately turnthe ignition keybackON. 3. Whenthe systemdisarms(1 flashof the turn signals), immediately turntheignition keyOFF.

:le parked 'flashers 'med. Marning

4. When thesystem arms(2 flashes of turnsignals), immeturnthe ignition diately keyON andwaitforthe system to arm.

In the transport mode,the Harley-Davidson SmartSecurity Systemis armedbut the motiondetectors are inactive. The motorcycle canbetransported on a trailer or moved in storage without activating thealarm while thestarter andignition remain disabled.

ight turn


Hands-Free Security Module E-49

Mode To EnterTransport
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. key to lGNlTlON. turn the ignition With the fob present, Rock the engine OFF/RUNswitchto OFF. With an assignedfob within range, turn the ignition key from OFF to ACCESS. press both the left and right turn signal Simultaneously, The turn signalswill flash once. switches. Turn the ignitionkey to OFF to arm the system.The turn signals will flash three times as the system arms in the transportmode.

FOB BATTERY Replacing the Battery

Replace the key fob battery every year. 1. See Figure40. Slowlyturn a thin blade in the I slot (1) on the side of the fob to separatethe two

(2)anddiscard. 2. Remove the battery NOTE withlocal Disposeof the old batteryin accordance
3. 4. 2Q32or equivalent) fnstalla new battery (Panasonic the positive(+) side down. Align the two halvesof the fob and snap together.

To Exit theTransport Mode

With a fob present,turn the ignitionkey to IGNITIONand the engineOFF/RUNswitchto RUN.The systemexitsthe transport mode when the OFF/RUNswitchis in RUN.


the rangeof the To maintain arming,storethe fob beyond have whileparked, is to be moved lf the motorcycle module. thefob present. months, such forseveral willnotbe operated lf the motorcycle as during the winter season,follow the Owner'sManual AND for storage. Refer to MAINTENANCE instructions Motorcycle Storage. LUBRICATION,

Service Departments
dealer, is to be leftat a Harley-Davidson Whenthe motorcycle therearetwo options: fobwiththe dealer. 1. Leave an assigned possession to disof the fob,askthe dealer 2. To maintain (service leaving mode) before forservice ablethe module thedealership.


Fob Battery Figure40.Hands-Free

Motorcyclesare suitable Only Touring Harley-Davidson Useof dealer. for sidecaruse.Consulta Harley-Davidson motorcyclesother than Touring models with sidecars could result in deathor seriousinjury.(00040a)

fromactuating to prevent the module disconnect, On a power theoptional siren: thatthe fobis present. 1. Verify the ignition keyto lGNlTlON. 2. Turn

Beforeoperatingyour motorcyclewith sidecarattached, dealerinstalla BankAngleSwitch havea Harley-Davidson will not function properly if not kit. The TSIIVHFSM (00486c) switchedto sidecaroperation. (TSM) the turnsignalmodule witha sidecar, On motorcycles (HFSM) mustbe switched Module Security or the Hands-Free from the factorysolo vehiclesettingto the sidecarsetting. for complete details. dealer a Harley-Davidson Consult the fromthe motorcycle, removed is permanently lf a sidecar Refer to theslDEcAR mustbe reconfigured. TSMortheHFSM forcomplete details. MANUAL SERVICE

thebattery, fromitsholder or disconnect 3. Pullthemaxi-fuse


lf the system key icon stays illuminatedwhile riding, see a Harley-Davidson dealer.

Fob System continues if the SmartSecurity Withthe fob present, canbe one of the following warnings and alarms, to actuate the cause:

E-50 Hands-FreeSecurityModule

Interference: Otherelectronic devices. otherelectromagnetic sourcescan cause System to operateinconsistently. fobis notin a metal enclosure orwithin in.)of anyotherelectronic devices. on theseatandturnthe ignition keyto After the module returnthe fob disarms. location. at least5 m (15feet)fromthe spot rivalent) )ther. Battery: Use the PIN to disarmthe the battery.Refer to HANDS-FREE FobBattery. the motorcycle. Usethe PINto disarm for purchase from a are available dealer.

in the Chirpless Mode, either notconnected, notworking, wasopened or the sirenwiring or shorted whilethe siren wasdisarmed. lf thesirenis armed andtheinternal is dead, sirenbaftery shorted, disconnected, or hasbeencharging for a period longerthan 24 hours,the sirenwill respond with three instead chirpson arming of two. The internal maynotcharge sirenbattery if the vehicle's battery is lessthan12.5volts. lf thesiren enters theself-driven mode where it is powered fromthesiren's internal 9 voltbattery, theturnsignal lamps may or may not alternately flash.lf the security module activates the siren,the turn signallampswill alternately flash.lf the sirenhas beenarmedand a security event occurs, andthe sirenis in self-driven mode, the sirenwill alarmfor 20 to 30 secondsand then turn off for 5 to 10 seconds. This alarmcyclewill be repeated ten times if the sirenis in the self-driven mode.

notchirptwo or threetimeson a valid fromthe security module, the sirenis

Hands-Free Module E-51 Security

Do not tow a disabledmotorcycle. Towingcan adversely affectstabilityand handling,which could result in death or seriousinjury.(00017a) high RPMwith clutch engine at extremely in neutral. Running an engine
resuftin engine damage. (OO177a) recommendedsafe engine speed is

BREAK.IN RIDING RULES (500miles) TheFirst800kilometers

quality The sounddesign, materials, and workmanship that arebuiltintoyournewHarley-Davidson willgiveyouoptimum performance rightfromthe start. yourengine parts, Toallow to wearin itscritical we recommend that you observe the ridingrulesprovided belowfor the first (500miles). 800 kilometers Adherence to thesesuggestions goodfuture willhelpto assure durability andperformance. (50miles) 1. During thefirst 80 kilometers of riding, keep the enginespeedbelow4000 RPM in any gear.Do not lug theengine by running or accelerating at verylowRPM, or by running at highRPMlonger thanneeded forshifting or passing. (500miles), 2. Up to 800 kilometers varythe engine speed and avoidoperating at anysteady engine speed for long periods. Engine speedup to 5000RPMin any gearis permissible. 3. Driveslowlyand avoidfast startsat wide openthrottle theengine haswarmed until up. 4. Avoid lugging theengine bynotrunning theengine at very gears. lowspeeds in higher 5. Avoidhardbraking. Newbrakes needto be broken-in by (200miles). moderate usefor thefirst300 kilometers

unnecessarily for morethan a few engine motorcycle standing still.

the maximum safe RPM specifiedbelow Exceeding the maximum safeengine (00248a) in equipment damage. NOTE recommended enginespeedfor FLT/FLH model 5500 RPM.

require air movement overthe cylinders maintainproper operating temperature. of idling or paradeduty can overheat (00178a) in seriousenginedamage. long mustbegiven distances at highspeed to avoid attention overheating andpossible to a motorcycle equipped withwindNOTE checked regulailyand keepit well tuned.


wet roads,brake efficiency and traction Failureto use care when braking, turningon wet roads can cause loss of could result in death or serious injury. NOTE
upon a long, steep grade, downshift and

Read the CONTROLS AND INDICATORS section before ridingyour motorcycle. Failuretounderstand the operation of the motorcycle could result in deathor seriousinjury. (00043a) Beforeridingyour motorcycle at any time, makea general inspection to be sureit is in saferiding condition.

iontogether withintermiftent application themotorcycle. slow

Stop the engine when refueling or servicing the fuel system.Do not smokeor allowopenflameor sparksnear gasoline. Gasoline is extremelyflammableand highly explosive,which could result in death or serious injury. (00002a)

brake causesoverheatingand reduced resultin death or serious injury.

Avoid spills. Slowly removefiller cap. Do not fill above bottom of filler neck insert, leaving air space for fuel expansion,Securefiller cap after refueling.Gasolineis extremelyflammableand highly explosive,which could result in deathor seriousinjury.(00028a)

with the engineoff. The distances

Iubricatedonly when the engine

longdistances can resultin transmis-

; i .


jji,i i'.
l l

air in fuel tank can Use care when refueling.Pressurized force gasolineto escapethrough filler tube. Gasolineis extremelyflammableand highly explosive,which could result in deathor seriousinjury.(00029a) 1. Verify fuelis present in tankandaddfuelif required. to proper ridingpositions. 2. Adjustmirrors in oil tank. oil is present 3. Verify

Shift transmission to neutral before starting preventaccidental which could resultin movement, or seriousinjury.(00044a) keyswitch to IGNITION 1. Turnignition/headlamp Do notrollthe throttle.

NOTE for The engine lamp will light approximately 4 properly. 4. Check controlsto make sure they operate pump purr you for approximately 2 will hear the fuel throttle, clutchand the front and rear brakes, Operate gasoline. fuel lines with it operates to fiil the as without operate freely binding. shifter. All controls should to RUN 2. See Figure 41.Turnthe off/run switch 5. Check steeringfor proper operationby turning the range. Handlebars 3. Squeeze the full operating handlebars through leverin against the handgrip. the clutch turnsmoothly without binding. should NOTE To activate the starting system, the clutch interlock clutchleverpulled requirestheclutchbe disengaged, transmission left handgrip, and/or the be shiftedto the Be sure tires are properly inflated,balancedand have position (green neutrallamp lit). adequatetread. Inspect your tires regularly and see a Riding with Harley-Davidson dealer for replacements. to startthe motorcvcle. 4. Press the starter button tires can worn, unbalanced or under-inflated excessively 5. When the enginehas started, you can which could result adversely affectstabilityand handling, motorcycle wouldafterraising as you normally in deathor seriousinjury.(00014a) stand. pressure Incorrect will tirecondition andpressure. 6. Check NOTE handling in poorriding characteristics andcanatfect result forcorrect inflation lf the fuel tank becomes completelydry, it may Refer to tirespecifications andstability. pressure to use. secondslonger to start the motorcycleafter filling the willnotbe necessary to takeanyextraordinary starting the motorcycle. tail and stop lampand turn signalsare Be sure headlamp, operatingproperlybeforeriding.Poorvisibilityof riderto other motorists can result in death or serious iniury. (00478b) including the equipment andswitches 7. Check all electrical headlamp, stop lamp,turn signalsand horn for proper operation. fluidleaks. foranyfuel,oilor hydraulic 8. Check beltfor wearor damage. 9. Checksecondary yourmotorcycle as necessary. 10. Service


The engine should be allowed to run slowly for 15will allowthe engineto warm up and let 30 seconds.This oil reachall surfacesneedinglubrication.Failureto comply (00181a) can resultin enginedamage. Rolling thethrottle before throttle before starting. Donotrollthe is unnecessary. starting the motorcycle

Figure41.RightHandlebar Controls:Touring (typical)

E-54 Operation

frequently findthemselves in riding constarting )uldresult
IGNITION is subjected to prolongedidle condienabled enginecalibration is available. limitedrear cylinder cooling with the the engineis left at idle.This option is equipment engine calibrations only.See

Repeat the previoussteps to engage third, fourth, fifth, and sixth gears. NOTES Disengage the clutch completely before each gear change. Partially close the throftle so the engine will not drag when clutch is again engaged (clutch lever released).

tely 4

byturning OFFtheengine stopswitch on
ignition/headlamp key switch.lf the engine

ximately2 >line. to RUN

e handgrip.

or stopped in any way,turn off the keyswitchat once to preventbattery

\ interlock rerpulled in 1iftedto the


can ter raising

be fully disengaged before attempting a

to fullydisengage the clutch can result (00182a) geardown, nextfivegearsup. first NOTE in neutral.Alwavsstart withtransmission in firstgear. motion
enginerunningand jiffy stand retracted,

Figure42.ShiftingSequence: Upshift


it may
r filling the


gripto fully in against handlebar hand lever

shift lever down to end of its travel and

Do not downshiftat speedshigherthan thoselistedin the Changing GearSpeeds table.Shiftingto lowergearswhen speedis too high can causethe rearwheelto losetraction and leadto loss of vehiclecontrol,which could result in deathor seriousinjury.(00045a) is firstgeardown;nextfivegearsup.Refer Gearshiftpattern to Table 29 for shifting speeds. Table29.Downshift(Deceleration) GearSpeeds

ionis nowin firstgear. motion, easeoutthe clutchleverslowly gradually. time, open throttle

Engage secondgear after the motorcycle appropriate shiftingspeed.

(Acceleration) GearSpeeds

Fourthto third

NOTE The shifting points shown in the tables are recommendations. Vehicle owners may determine that their own individual shifting patterns may differ than those stated and are additionally appropriate for individual riding styles. See Figure43.When enginespeeddecreases, as in climbing a hill or runningat a reducedspeed,shiftto the next lowergear while partiallyclosingthe throttleso the engineaccelerates as soon as the clutch lever is released.

(pull clutchleverin). thegearshiftleverup to the end ol its leverand gradually open the throttle.

Operation E-55

NOIES Disengage the clutch completely before each gear change. Partially close the throftle so the engine will not drag when clutch is again engaged (clutch lever released).

Shift to neutral before stopping engine. Shifting mechanism can be damagedby shifting gearswhile engineis stopped.(00183a) permits the transmission mechanism shifting Thegearshifter gear. firstor second fromeither to neutral

Downshift Figure43.ShiftingSequence:

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NOTE The pertormance of new motorcycle initial service is required to keep your new motorcycle warranty in force and to assure proper emissions system operation. Referto Table36. After a new motorcyclehas been ridden its (1000 miles),it should be taken to the first 1600 kilometers dealer from whom it was purchasedfor initialservice operations.

and maintenanceoperations as the regularservice interval table. Lack of at the recommended intervalscan of your motorcycle, which could operation or serious injury.(00010a) creates a safemotorcycle. A careful check must be madeafterperiods of storage.
inspect the motorcyclebetween the regular to determineif additional maintenance is


items: pressure, correct abrasions or cuts. forproper tension, wearor damage. chain steering and throttlefor responsiveness and
binding. leveland condition. Hydraulic linesand fittings checkbrakepads and discs for wear.

Do not switch lubricant brands indiscriminately because some lubricants interact chemically when mixed. Use of inferior lubricants can damage the engine. (00184a) Engineoil is a majorfactor in the performance and servicelife of the engine.Alwaysuse the propergrade of oil for the lowest temperatureexpectedbefore the next scheduledoil change. Refer to Table 30. Your authorizeddealer has the proper oil to suit your requirements. lf it is necessary to add oil and Harley-Davidson oil is not available,use an oil certifiedfor diesel engines.Acceptable dieselengineoil designations include: CF-4,CG-4,CH-4 and

fraying or crimping andfreeoperation. primary fluid levels. and chaincase/transmission tail lamp,brakelamp and turn signalsfor

ct-4. The preferred viscosities for the dieselengineoils in descending order are:20W50, 15W40 and10W40. At the first opportunity, see an authorized dealerto change backto 100percent Harley-Davidson oil.

Table30. RecommendedEngine Oils


measured on a cold engine. with motorcycle leaningon jifty oil should register on dipstick en engineis cold. Do not add oil to the FULLmark on a COLD engine. 44. seeFigure

Figure 44. Engine Oil Filler Cap

Oil LevelCold Check

Performengine oil levelCOLD CHECK as follows: 1. For preride inspection,place vehicleon levelground and rest the vehicle on its jiffy stand (unless sidecar is attached). Remove and Tirrn filler plug/dipstickcounterclockwise. wipe off the dipstick.Insert the dipstick back into the oil pan with the plug screwedcompletelyinto the fill spout. See Figure 45. Remove the dipstickand verify the level of the oil.The correctoil levelshould registerbetweenthe two marks on the dipstick.lf sidecaris attached,check oil level using the opposite side of dipstick as shown in Figure46. NOTE tf oil level is at or below the lower arrow, add only enough oil to bring the levelto the middle of the two marks on the dipstick.

Do not overfilloil tank.Doingso can resultin oil to the air cleaner leadingto equipmentdamage (001 90a) equipmentmalfunction.
Check engine oil supply at each completefuel refill.


at Referto Table36. Oil shouldbe changed at warmor moderate in normal service intervals ures.
Oil change intervalsshould be shorter in cold


See MAINTENANCE conditions. severeoperating Lubrication. Winter LUBRICATION.

Oil Level Hot Check

engine oil levelHOTCHECKas follows: Perform temoperating untilengineis at normal 1. Ridemotorcycle perature. on its and restthe vehible on levelground 2. Placevehicle jiffy stand(unlesssidecaris attached). Allowengineto off. Turn engine idlefor 1-2minutes. Removeand counterclockwise. 3. Turn filler plug/dipstick Insertit backwiththe plugscrewed wipeoff the dipstick. intothefill sPout. completely of the dipstick and notethe level 45. Remove 4. See Figure checkoil levelusingthe the oil. lf sidecaris attached, 46.Addonly as shownin Figure sideof dipstick opposite to the FULLmarkon thedipoil to bringthe level enough Do notoverfill. stick. NOTE Refer to Table30. Use only recommendedoil specified in EngineLubrication. ANDLUBRICATION, MAINTENANCE drain foroil leaksaround check andcarefully 5. Startengine plugandoil filter. only when engineis at Engineoil levelshouldbe checked temperature. normal operating NOTE The engine will require a longer warm up period in colder weather.


l l ?
Oil Dipstick Figure45.Engine

1. ADDQT (lower)mark 2. Cold check level 3. FULL(hot check)mark

NOTES The engine oil dipstickhas differentmarkingson its sides.Figure 45 shows the engine oil level when is on itsjiffy stand.Figure46 showsthe motorcycle
oil levelwith a sidecar attached (motorcycle upright).

For cold checklevel,do not exceedthe midpoint(2) filling with oil.

rrE olff 0 emflWffimm Qrmruc. oq o{,FrsTAin Do not allow hot oil level to fall below Add/Fillmark on and/or damage dipstick.Doingso can resultin equipment (001 89a) equipmentmalfunction.

? t l


1. ADDQT(lower)mark 2. Coldchecklevel mark 3. FULL(hotcheck)

Figure46. EngineOil Dipstick(SidecarUse)

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n resuftin oil pment


the oilfilterusingthe OIL FILTER See Figure48. Remove WRENCH (Part No. HD-42311 or Part No. HD-44062). The tool allows easy removalof the oil filter without risk of damage to the crankshaftpositionsensor or cable. Placethe jaws of the wrench overthe oil filterwith the tool oriented vertically.Using a 3/8 inch drive with a 4 inch direction. extension,turn wrench in a counterclockwise Do not use with air tools. Cleanthe oil filtermountflangeof any old gasketmatedal.

6. )ompletefuef ) changed at I Ormoderate )rterin cold

because brandsindiscriminately
chemically when mixed. Use of

the engine.(00184a) damage oilfilter(Part thepremium require -99ABlack). or PartNo.63731

Oil should be changed after the first


NOTE Disposeof oil and oil filter in accordance with local regulations. gasketwith cleanengineoil and See Figure49. Lubricate install new oil filter on filter mount. Hand tighten oil filter turn after gasketfirst contactsfilter mountingsur112-314 Do not use OIL FILTERWRENCH (Part No. HDface. for oil filter installation. 42311],

andat regular fora newengine miles) temperatures. 8. or moderate atwarm untilengineis warmeduP to normal off. engine ,Turn
plug/dipstick on rightside of vehicleat top plug/dipstick counterclockf iller Turn case.

rtol otEH,l

plugat frontleftsideof the oildrain Locate Allen theoil drainplug.Do not remove completely. to drain

NOTE IJse of the Premium 5 micron synthetic media oil filter is highly recommended.Order Chrome (Part No.63798-994) or Black (Part No.63731-99A). 9. N'm Installengineoil drainplug and tightento 19.0-28.5 (14-21ft-lbs).

10. Refer to Table30. With vehicle restingon jiffy stand, initiallyadd 3.3 liters(3.5quarts)engineoil.Use the proper grade of oil for the lowest temperatureexpectedbefore the nextoil change.


AND LUBRISee MAINTENANCE 11. Verifyproperoil level. Models. Oil Level:Touring Checking CATION, a. Check engine oil level using COLD CHECK procedure. b. c. Start engine and carefullycheck for oil leaks around drainplug and oil filter. Checkengineoil levelusingHOTCHECKprocedure.

tarkings ,il level ishows tycle


Models . OilPan:Touring plugo-ring forcuts,tearsor signsof as necessary.

or fluidsget on tires,wheelsor fluid.Tractioncan be adverselY result in loss of control of the or seriousinjury.(00047d) (PartNo.HD-42311) Figure48.Oil FilterWrench

can prevent damage to crankshaft cable.(00192a) sensor

and Lubrication E-59 Maintenance

time to equalize lubricant level in the transmission ments.

Check Lubricant Level

1. 2. 3. Park motorcycleon its jiffy stand. See Figure50. Removethe threadedfiller plug/dipstick. Wipe off fillerplug/dipstick. Placein fillerhole and remove; (Dipstickshould rest on lip of filler.)Do not screw in. ricant levelshould be betweenthe full and low markson the plug/dipstick when removed.

1 . Thin oil film ONLY 2. Oil filter 3.

NOTE Lubricant levelshouldbe betweenthe two markson the stick.

Be sure that no lubricantsor fluids get on tires,wheels brakes when changingfluid. Tractioncan be adversely affected,which could result in loss of control of motorcycle and deathor seriousinjury.(00047d)

Figure49.Applying Thin Oil Film


Whendrainingor addinglubricant, do not allowdirt, or other contaminants to enterthe engine.(00198a)

4. Addlubricant, if necessary. Do notoverfill In colderclimates, or leakage may the engineoil shouldbe changed often.lf occur.When filling thetransmission, motorcycle useGENUINE is usedfrequently for shorttrips,lessthan24 kiloDavidson FORMULA+ TRANSMISSION (15miles), meters AND PRtM inambienttemperatures below 16"C (60'F), -05quart). CHAINCASE (Part LUBR ICANT No. 99851 oil changeintervals The shouldbe reduced to 2400 kilometers transmission fluid (1500miles). capacity is approximately Motorcycles 0.95 liters usedonlyfor shortrunsmusthave (32ounces). a thorough tank flush-out beforenew oil is put in. See an authorized dealer. 5. Inspect o-ringfor tearsor damage. Replace if required. Wipeanyforeign material fromplug. NOTE Thefurtherbelowfreezingthe temperature drops,the shorter 6. Install plugandtighten threaded filler/check clockwise to the oil changeintervalshouldbe. 2.8-8.5 N.m(25-75 in-lbs). Watervapor is a normalby-product of combustion in any engine. During coldweather operation, some of thewater vapor condenses to liquid formon thecoolmetal surfaces inside the engine. Infreezing weather thiswaterwillbecome slushor ice and,if allowed to accumulate too long,mayblockthe oil lines andcausedamage to the engine. lf theengine is runfrequently andallowed to thoroughly warm up, most of this waterwill becomevaporagainand will be blown outthrough the crankcase breather. lf the engineis not run frequently and allowed to thoroughly warmup,this waterwill accumulate, mix with the engineoil andforma sludge thatis harmful to the engine.


Thetransmission lubricant levelshould be checked monthly. Referto Table36. The transmission shouldbe drainedand refilled withfreshlubricant at specified intervals. NOTE When checking the transmissionlubricant level, motorcycle should be leaning on the jiffy stand. Allow a short period of Figure50.Transmission FillerPlug/Dipstick LubricantLevel

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NOTE For model specific information regarding the primary chaincase capacity, refer to the appropriate Service Manual or see a Harley-Davidson deale r.

rew In.


Referto Table36. The chaincase lubricant shouldbe drained and refilledwith fresh lubricantat soecifiedintervals. NOTE When checking the chaincase lubricant, motorcycle should be standing STRAIGHT UE not leaning on the jiffy stand. Keep motorcycle upright for a short period of time to equalize lubricant level in the chaincase compartment.

w marks

FillerPlug/Dipstick Location

plug. the threadedcheck/filler 51.Remove 1. Ride motorcycleuntil engine is warmed up to normal operatingtemperature. turn the engine off and position motorcycleSTRAIGHT UP andLEVEL. See Figure 52. Remove five screws (2) (with captive washers)to free clutch inspectioncover (1) from primary chaincasecover. Removegasketand discard. Pour the properamountand type of primarychaincase lubricant in throughthe clutchinspection coveropening, if required.

trol of

. Remove transmission drainplugfromthe

theoil pan and drain lubricantinto a suitable

2 . When the engine reachesnormaloperatingtemperature,



adding lubricant, do not allowdirt,debris to enterthe engine.(00198a)

i quart). / 0.95 lubricants or fluidsget on tires,wheelsor fluid.Tractioncan be adversely could result in loss of control of the death or seriousinjury.(00047d) NOTE Iubricantin accordancewith local for tearsor damage on the drain plug. ired. Wipe anyforeign material fromplug. plug and tighten to 19.0-28.5N.m (32oz.) with0.95liters Fillthe transmission Harley-Davidson FORM ULA+TRANSM lS(Part LUBRICANT CHAINCASE quart). NOTE may occur.The transmissionfluid leakage 0.95liters(32 ounces).
plug and tightenclockwiseto lillerhheck

6. Refer to procedurein Changing ChaincaseLubricantto

installgasket and clutch inspectioncover.

Do not overfill the primary chaincase with lubricant. Overfillingcan cause rough clutch engagement, incomplete disengagement, clutch drag and/or difficulty in findingneutral at engineidle.(00199b) NOTE Use only GENUINE HarleyDavi dsonFORMULA+TRAN SMIS(Part No. SION AND PRIMARYCHAINCASE LUBRICANT quart). 99851-05

carefully checkfor oil leaksarounddrain

factor in the oerformance and service
Use the appropriate Harley-

foralloperating temperatures. lubricant

Maintenance and Lubrication E-61


,\ '4 . 2 1

do not allowdirt' Whendrainingor addinglubricant, (00198a) to enterthe engane. or other contaminants

\ 3' 5 . t

Be surethat no lubricantsor fluids get on tires,wheels brakes when changing fluid. Tractioncan be affected,which could result in loss of control of and deathor seriousiniury.(00047d) motorcycle NOTE
FORMULA+ IJse only GENUINEHarley-Davidson


1. 2. 3. 4. cover Clutchinspection Screwswith captivewasher Clutch cover torque sequence
Drain plug 19.0-28.5N'm (14-21


Installclutch inspectioncover and new gasketas all lubricantfromthecover a. Thoroughlywipe surfaceand groovein chaincase.

Cover Figure52. PrimaryChaincase

cover chaincase gasket in primary in groove b. Position intothegroove. on gasket eachof thenubs andpress the sealin position. Thenubswillretain c. lnsert screw (with captivewasher)through it intothetopcover andthread cover inspection hole.

d. Start the remainingfour screws (with washers). do not allowdirt,debris Whendrainingor addinglubricant, to enterthe engine.(00198a) or other contaminants until engineis warmedup to normal 1. Ride motorcycle temperature. operating drain magnetic 2. See Figure52 and Figure54. Remove lubricant Drain cover. chaincase plugat bottom of primary container. intosuitable NOTE withlocalregu' in accordance lubricant of chaincase Dispose lations. (with washers) captive fivescrews 53.Remove 3. SeeFigure coverfrom primarychaincase to free clutchinspection cover. andinspect frommagnet debris Remove drainplug. 4. Clean Replace as or signsof deterioration. for cuts,tears, o-ring N'm plugandtighten to 19.0-28.5 necessary.Installdrain excessdebris' (14-21ft-lbs).lf plug has accumulated components. of chaincase the condition inspect amountof GENUINEHarley5. Pour the appropriate ANDPRIMARY TRANSMISSION FORMULA+ Davidson quart)in (PartNo.99851-05 LUBRICANT CHAINCASE A wetprimary opening. inspection cover theclutch through 1177mL (38oz.).A dry fill aftercomwill require change plete dissassembly of the primaryrequires1330 mL (45oz.). Figure53.ClutchCover N'm (84-108 e. Tightenscrewsto 9.5-12.2 52. in Figure shown sequence torque Follow

Do not overfill the primary chaincase with lubricant. incomOverfillingcan cause rough clutch engagement, plete disengagement, clutch drag and/or difficulty in finding neutralat engineidle.(00199b)

and Lubrication E-62 Maintenance



)r rcase the cr )ugh cover

rith 108 t 52.

DrainPlug of Chaincase

1. 2. 3. 4.

Transmission sprocket Rearwheel sprocket Forceof 4.5kg (10lbs) Deflection

Figure55.CheckBelt Deflection

Models Table31.Belt Deflection:2007Touring belthasa thincoating ofthesecondary initial thiscoating During operation, intothe beltfabric. This is a burnished notan indication of beltwear. is setat thefactory andshould tension (1000 kilometers miles) andat first1600


Refer to Table 36 for all maintenance schedules.

at the loosest spotin the beltdeflection ion in neutral and the motorcycle at With69 kPa(10psi)in the rearshocks TENSION itsjitfystand, usethe BELT i35381) to apply 4.5kg (10lbs.)of force beltstrand. hottom as shownin be withinspecification is necessary, seea Harleygivenin the applicinstructions

Do not switch lubricantbrandsindiscriminately because some lubricantsinteractchemicallywhen mixed.Use of inferiorlubricantscan damage the engine.(00184a) grease for steering 1. Use recommended specialpurpose head bearings. Use a multipurpose chassisgreasefor otherapplications. gripsleeve 2. Remove handlebar throttle control andlubricate withfreshgraphite intervals. at proper throttle 3. Lubricate control cables and clutchcontrol cable intervals. at proper

caliperare aligned.Ridingwith calipercan causethe brake whichcould result of control,

4. Lubricate frontbrakehandleverand clutchcontrol hand lever onlyif necessary. rearforkpivotshaftbearings. 5. Inspect with fresh greaseat 6. Packthe steeringhead bearings proper intervals. with LOCTITE 7. Lubricatethe jiffy stand mechanism ANTI-SEIZE intervals. AEROSOL at proper NOTE lubrication, Formodelspecificinformation regarding the chassis refer to the appropriate Service Manual or see a HarleyDavidsondealer.

position on rear brakedisc. Disc caliper.

Maintenance and Lubrication E-63

Vehicle connections andparts. Refer to Table 36 for all control particularly intervals, afterwashing be oiledat regular should in wetweather. motorcycle or driving

Refer to Table 36. Check front fork for proper bearing ment and lubricatebearingsat proper intervals. With motorcycle front end raisedoff the floor,be sure front

without or interference andthat turnsfreely anybinding

front to rear fork shake indicating is no appreciable Steeringhead bearingsshouldbe bearinglooseness. accordingto Service Manualprocedure,if necessary.

dealer drain the Refer to Table 36. Have a Harley-Davidson lf fork does not appear frontfork oil and refillat properintervals. amountof oil leakage to be workingproperlyor an appreciable should develop, see a Harley-Davidsondealer. lf there is insufficient oil in either side of fork, the reboundactionwill be incorrect.

Referto Table36. Checkthe tightness of the rearfork at proper intervals. shaftfastener NOTE
For model specific information regarding the rear fork

to thefuel motorcycles havea fuelfilterattached Fuelinjected pump. NOTE fuelfiltermaintenance, regarding Formodelspecificinformation refer to the appropriate Service Manual or see a HarleyDavidsondealer.

shaft,referto the appropriate ServiceManualor seea Davidsondealer.



Inspectbrakepadsfor wearat servicemaintenance vals. lf you ride under adverseconditions (steep heavytraffic, etc,), inspect more frequently. worn brake pads can lead to brake failure,which resultin deathor seriousinjury.(00052a) NOIES Mastercylindercoverspecifiescorrectbrakefluid. Whenaddingor changingbrakefluid,be sure to use the type specifiedfor your motorcycle. . . D.O.T.4 HYDRAULIC UseonlyHarley-Davidson FLUID(Part No.99953-994). withD.O.T.5 brakefluid. Do notmixD.O.T.4

The clutch controlcable must be oiled and adjustedperifor lining wear.SeeServiceInterval odicallyto compensate Table.Failureto oil and adjust the clutch control cable (00203a) can result in equipmentdamage. will be indicated to clutchand controls The needfor attention whenreleased. underloador dragging by the clutchslipping first.See cableadjustment In thissituation, checkthe control for proper service. dealer a Harley-Davidson

1. Refer to Table 36.Checkbrakepadsand brakediscs They automatically intervals. liftersare self-adjusting. wearat proper The hydraulic and valve for engineexpansion to compensate adjustlength fluidlevelin the master cylinder reservoirs freeof lash 2. Checkthe keeps thevalvemechanism mechanism wear.This proper intervals. is running. whentheengine 3. lf levelis low,cleandirt and debrisfrom reservoir off evenfor a whichhasbeenturned Whenstarting an engine removing. before noisyuntil maybe slightly the valvemechanism few minutes, refillwithoil. lf at anytimethe unitscompletely the hydraulic noisy, otherthanfor a valvemechanism becomes abnormally it is an indicais started, immediately afterengine shortperiod unitsmaynot be func- D.O.T.4 brake fluid will damage painted and body tionthat one or moreof the hydraulic surfacesit comesin contactwith.Alwaysuse caution properly. tioning protectsurfacesfrom spills wheneverbrakework is Always checkthe oil supplyin the oil tankfirstsincenormal formed.Failure to complycan resultin cosmetic for proper (0023eb) circulation of oil throughthe engineis necessary units. operation of the hydraulic lf there is oil in the tank, the units may not be functioning passages leading to properly of dirt in the oil supply because 4 brakefluid with eyescan Directcontactof D.O.T. dealer for service. Seea Harley-Davidson the lifterunits. irritation. Avoid eye contact. In case of eye contact FORKBEARINGS FRONT with large amounts of water and get medical brakefluid can Swallowing largeamounts of D.O.T.4 'digestivediscomfort.lf swallowed, obtain medical tion. Usein wellventilated area.KEEPOUTOF (00240a) Adiustmentsto front fork bearingsshould be performed CHILDREN. dealer.lmproperlyadiustedbearings by a Harley-Davidson 4 HYDRAULIC BRAKEFLUID(Part 4. Add D.O.T. can adverselyaffect handlingand stability,which could if necessary. 99953-994) result in deathor seriousinjury.(00051a)


E-64 Maintenanceand Lubrication


7.4 HYDRAULICBRAKE FLUID Part No. for brake system use and available from dealer. your new motorcyclewith the has provided padfrictionmaterialavailable. lt is selectedto performance possibleunder dry, wet and high

e front


lt exceedsall regulatory conditions. lemperature

However, in effect. duringsome braking currently

noise. This is normal for this may experience

Contacta Harleycdtical safetycomponent. lmpropfor brakerepairor replacement. can adverselyaffect brake performbrakes could result in death or serious injury.
of brake pads can be made 56.Visualinspection View the lower area of each calthe calioer.
1 . Front brake bottom view 2. Rear brake top view

Figure56. BrakeFrictionMaterial

Lack of brake maintenance. scheduled intervals can adversely at recommended performance, which could result in death or
2007 TouringModels See SPECIFICATIONS, Specifications: for tire pressures and sizes. . . . Be sure to keep tires properlyinflated. Followtire data for correctcold tire inflationpressures. Checkbeforeridingwhen tiresare cold. tires. Do not over-inflate


brakepads in completesets for correct could lmproper brakeoperation operation. (00111a) injury. or serious ke discs NOTES padfriction materidis 1.02mm (0.04in.)thick padsmustbe replacedimmediately. brakepadsin pairs. padonallmodels from canbe measured outer 152.4 mm(6.0in.) using a thinplastic side
ruleagainst the brake disc throughthe space

as specified Do not inflatetire beyondmaximumpressure Over inflatedtires can blow out, which could on sidewall. result in deathor seriousinjury.(00027a)

caliper. ndy aution ork is ic

of the brake pad backing plate should

(0.04 away fromthebrake disc. in.)or more mm NOTE

material(1) is 1.02mm (0.0 in.) if brakefriction backingplate.

Matchtires,tubes,air valvesand capsto the correctwheel can rim. Contacta Harley-Davidson dealer.Mismatching result in damageto the tire bead,allow tire slippageon which could resultin death the rim or causetire failure, or seriousinjury.(00023a) pressure inflation treadfor punctures, cuts, Check andinspect if in dailyuse.Check before each breaks, etc.,at leastweekly trip if usedoccasionally.

can ntact

I can Cical

Be sure tires are properly inflated, balanced and have adequate tread. Inspect your tires regularly and see a Harley-Davidson dealer for replacements. Riding with excessively worn, unbalanced or under-inflated tires can adversely affect stability and handling, which could result in death or serious injury. (0001aa) tires shouldbe used.Othertires Same as originalequipment may not fit correctly, could adverselyaffect handling,and may be hazardousto use.

) (Part

Maintenance and Lubrication E-65

Tires are a critical safety component.Contact a HarleyDavidsondealerfor tire repairor replacement. lmproper tire service can adverselyaffect stability and handling, which could result in deathor seriousinjury.(00057a)

punctured Replace or damaged tires.In somecases, small puncturesin the tread area may be repairedfrom within the demountedtire by a Harley-Davidson dealer.Speed should NOTexceed80 km/h(50mi/h)for the first 24 hours after repair,and the repairedtire should NEVER be used over 130 km/h (80 mi/h). Failureto follow this warning could result in deathor seriousinjury.(00015a)
Figure 57.Tire Sidewall

Strikingan object,such as a curb, can causeinternaltire damage.lf an object is struckn removeand inspectboth the inside and outside of the tire. A damagedtire can adversely affectstabilityand handling, which could result in deathor seriousinjury.(00058a)


Harley-Davidson tires are equippedwith wear bars that run horizontally acrossthe tread.When wearbarsbecome visible and only 0.8 mm (1/32in.) tread depth remains, replacetire immediately. Usinga worn tire can adversely atfect stabilityand handling,which could result in death or serious injury. Use only Dunlop Harley-Davidson replacement tires.(00090a) pinpoint See Figure57. Arrowson tire sidewalls location of wearbar indicators. Treadwear indicator barswill appearon tire treadsurfaces when0.8 mm (1/32in.) or lessof tire treadremains. See Figure replace 58.Always tiresbefore thetieadwearindicator barsappear. Figure58.TreadSurface

WhenTo ReplaceTires
New tires are needed if any of the followingconditionsexist: 1. 2. 3. 4. Tread wear indicator bars become visible on the tread surfaces. Tire cords or fabric become visiblethroughcrackedsidewalls,snagsor deep cuts. A bump,bulgeor splitin the tire. Puncture,cut or other damage to the tire that cannot be reoaired.

VEHICLE ALIGNMENT lsolation Mounted Engine Models

Refer to Table 36. Vehicle alignment should be checked regular intervals.This includes whenever the rear wheel removedand installedor when the rear drive belt is The stabilizer linksand enginemountsshouldbe checked wear accordingto ServiceManualproceduresat properi vats. Vehiclealignmentis important. Vehiclestabilityis affectedif wheels are out of alignment. Major alignment of front and rear wheel is partiallycontrolledby one stabilizer at the top of the engine.See a Harley-Davidson dealerfor service.

Do not change stabilizer link adjustment. adiustmentcan adverselyaffect stability,which result in deathor seriousinjury.(00059a)

E-66 Maintenance and Lubrication

dealershould perform vehicle can adverselyaffect staalignment whichcouldresultin deathor serious

bushand rubber absorbers Inspect shock intervals. at proper deterioration bushing

air can piercethe skin and flying debrisfrom Compressed compressedair could cause serious eye injury. Wear air.Never safetyglasseswhen workingwith compressed use your hand to check for air leaks or to determineair flow rates.(00061a) . Allow to either airdry or blowit dry,fromtheinside, filter withlowpressure air. . filter oilon theHarlev-Davidson Donotusean aircleaner paper/wire mesh airfilter element.

plugs intervals. at proper thespark Check Failure to do so can running engine. lnstallair filterbefore draw debris into the engineand could result in engine (00207a) damage.

wires.Pullingon electrical anyelectrical the internalconductorcausing high iniury. mayresultin minoror moderate plugcables from plugsby pullingon the spark simply snap-on To reconnect, caps. plugs. ofspark tops sparkplugs. servicing before plug type. Onlyusethosesparkplugsspemodel motorcycle. gapagainst plug tablespecifications. plugsmustbe torque. Spark to theproper heattransfer. for proper specified thetorque NOTE
is not available, tighten plugs finger tight

one quarterturn with a spark an additional

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Backplate Filterelement Cover Coverscrew Screws Figure 59. Air Cleaner:TwinCam Models

specifically hasbeen designed motorcycle emission withinexhaust fueleconomy provide ignition characteristics anddriveability.

assembly usesa replaceable See Figure 60.The headlamp quartz halogen bulb. NOTE Referto Table16and see a servicemanualfor moredetails.

mesh is a paper/wire air cleaner engine



filter and inspect cover aircleaner Remove inspect Under dustyconditions, intervals.
shouldbe washed in air filterelement a milddetergent.


mentof abilizer alerfor

When replacementis required,use only the specified from a Harley-Davidson sealedbeamunit or bulb,available dealer.An improperwattage sealed beam or bulb, can (00209a) causechargingsystemproblems.

Nevertouch the quartz bulb. Fingerprintswill etch the glass and decrease bulb life.Grabthe bulb with paperor a clean,dry cloth. Failureto do so could result in bulb (00210a) damage.

Maintenance and Lubrication E-67

Bulb conHandlebulb carefullyand wear eye protection. which, if not handledcarefully' tains gas under pressure, could causeseriouseye iniury.(00062b)

Distance to center of headlamP 7.6 meters (25 feet)

Figure 61. Check HeadlampAlignment:Touring Standthe motorcycleuprightwith bothtires restingon floor and with the front wheel held in straight (directlyforward). key switchto lGNlTlON. Turnthe ignition/headlamp to the headlampdimmer switchon the left handlebar


7. 1. Bulb 2. Tabs

if necessary. adjustment headlamp Verify andcorrect Bulb:FLTR Figure60.HeadlamP

a. Check the light beam for proper height The centerof the main beam of lightshouldbe lineon the screenor wall' with the horizontal Check the light beam for proper lateral The main beam of light should be directed ahead (i.e.,equal area of light to right and left center).



The automatic-on headlamp feature provides increased visibility of the rider to other motorists. Be sure headlamp is on at all times. Poor visibility of rider to other motorists can result in death or serious iniury' (00030b) 1. 2. 3. Verify correct front and rear tire inflationpressure.Refer to Table14. Place the motorcycleon a level floor or pavementin an area with minimumlight. See Figure6'l . Pointthe front of the motorcycletoward a screen or wall which is 7.6 meters (25 feet) from where patch of front tire contactsfloor (i.e.- directlybelow front axle). "A") Draw a horizontalline on screen or wall (dimension that is exactly the same height above the floor as the center. headlamp Have a personwhose weight is roughlythe same as that seat.The weight of the principalridersit on the motorcycle slightly. suspension vehicle the of the riderwill compress



Models Door:2007Touring Figure62.Headlamp

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and changedto direct outputis controlled The alternator by the voltageregulator. . . The voltageregulatorincreaseschargingrate when is low or lamps are lit. The voltageregulatordecreaseschargingrate tery charge is up.


bulbs thefrontor rearturnsignal 65.Toaccess 1 . SeeFigure lenscap. on theturnsignal locate a notch forreplacement, twistuntil andcarefully a coinin thelenscapnotch, 2 . Insert thelenscappopsoutof thelamphousing. andpull counterclockwise thelampbulb in andtwist 3. Push lampbulbout of the socket.
4. 5.

It is possible to overload your motorcycle's lf system by adding too manyelectricalaccessories. at any operating accessories electrical combined consume more electrical current than your the electrical chargingsystemcan produce, can dischargethe battery and cause vehicle dealerfor Seea Harley-Davidson systemdamage. about the amount of current consumed by wiring or for necessary electricalaccessories,
(00211b) A battery voltage LED in the instrumentswill light up voltageis eithertoo low or too high. NOTES

pinson newlampbulb inside withpinguides index Orient bulbsocket. to lockin place. Pushlampbulbin andturnclockwise Snaplenscap backintothe lampholder.

procedure. for alignment manual to service Refer

lf any This unit requiresno intervalattention. that might be system troubleis experienced the alternatoror voltageregulator,the motorcycle be taken to a Harley-Davidsondealer who to givethe testingequipment necessary electrical aftention. regardingthe voltage Formodelspecificinformation lator, refer to the appropriateService Manual or dealer. Harley-Davidson


sealed, uses a permanently Yourmotorcycle All acid battery. and sulfuric free,lead/calcium precharged and readyto be put intoservice. shipped for anyreason. to openthe battery attempt Table33.Antidotesfor BatteryAcid

quantities of milkorwater, Drink large vegetable oil or by milkof magnesia, Figure65. Lens Cap Notch
eggs. Get immediatemedicalattention.

containsulfuricacid,which could cause Batteries burns to eyes and skin. Wear a protective face
rubberized gloves and protective clothing when AWAYFROM KEEP BATTERIES with batteriES. (00063a)

E-70 Maintenanceand Lubrication

gas,whichescapesduringcharging, death or seriousinjury.Chargebatteryin a Keepopen flames,electricalsparks area. materials away from battery at all times.

Never remove warning label attached to top of battery. Failure to readand understand all precautions contained in warning, could resultin deathor seriousinjury.(00064a)

is a ready filled, This

SEALED BATTERY. ;Iivated strip. [fl![ remove


WZre7SilELD -


,AZ . -


Vclesh o has he reql

iltage vlor,

4. Keepflames away 5. Readinstructions


charge the battery and then re-check the voltage afterthe batteryhas set for one to two hours.

Cleaning and Inspection

ter, lor
rntion. Batterytop must be clean and dry. Dirt and electrolyte on top of the batterycan cause batteryto self-discharge. 1. top. Cleanbattery Cleancableconnectors and batteryterminalsusinga wire brushor fine grit sandpaper to removeany oxidation. Inspectand clean the batteryscrews,clamps and cables. Checkfor breakage, looseconnections and corrosion. Checkthe batteryposts for meltingor damage causedby overtightening.

nedical LabelLocation 67.BatteryWarning

2. 3.

test provides a general Thevoltmeter

Checkthe voltageof the battery condition. lf the fullycharged condition. a 100percent voltagereading is below 12.6 V,


Maintenance and Lubrication E-71


Inspect the battery for discoloration,a raised top or a warped or distorted case. This might indicate that the battery has been frozen,overheatedor overcharged. Inspectthe battery case for cracksor leaks.

cable should contact ground with negative (-) cable

Disconnect negative (') battery cable first. lf positive nected,the resultingsparkscan causea battery which could resultin deathor seriousiniury'(00049a)

Nevercharge a batterywithout first reviewingthe instructions for the charger being used. In additionto the manufacturer's followthese generalsafetyprecautions. instructions, Chargethe battery if any of the followingconditionsexist: . . . dim. VehiclelamPsaPPear Electricstarter soundsweak. Batteryhas not been used for an extendedperiodof time'

in Do not reversethe chargerconnectionsdescribed followingsteps or the chargingsystemof the (00214a) could be damaged. NOTES If warmer at room temperature. batteryis charging usea slightlyshortercharging roomtemperature, colder,use a slightlylongerchargingtime' The use of constantcurrentchargersto charge
maintenance free batteries is not recommended' The figures listed in the Amp-hour table assume that

Explosivehydrogengas,which escapesduringcharging' coutd cause death or serious iniury.Chargebatteryin a area.Keepopen flames,electricalsparks well-ventilated and smoking materialsaway from battery at all times' (00065a) CHILDREN. FROM AWAY KEEPBATTERIES

overchargewill cause dry-out and premature faiture.lf a constantcurrent charger is the only

available, do not exceed the charge times listed

if it thebattery charging 35 anddo notcontinue Table neverexceed15 volts. hot.Whencharging,

containsulfuricacid,which could causesevere Batteries burns to eyes and skin. Wear a protectiveface shield' gloves and protectiveclothingwhen working rubberized CHILDREN' FROM AWAY KEEPBATTERIES with batteries. (00063a) thestateof charge' testto determine a voltmeter 1. Perform proceed to the nextstep' to be charged, needs lf battery

Connect the red battery charger lead to positive(+) minal of the battery. Connect the black battery charger lead to negative terminalof the batterY.


NOTE connect the negative tf the batteryis stillin the vehicle, that the ignition and sure ground. Make to the chassis are turnedoff' electricalaccessories andturnon the charger. 6. Stepawayfromthe battery

Removebatteryfrom motorcyclebeforecharging'Electro' parts.(00213a) will damagemotorcycle lyte leakage SeeMAINTEN- Unplugor turn OFFbatterychargerbeforedisconne fromthe motorcycle. the battery Remove clamps chargercablesfrom battery.Disconnecting Models. Touring Battery: ANDLUBRICATION, ANCE chargerONcan causea sparkand batteryexplosion' on a levelsurface. Placethe battery could resultin deathor seriousiniury.(00067a) turn OFF the 7. Afterthe batteryis fullycharged, Unplug or turn OFF battery charger before connecting cableswith charger Connecting chargercablesto battery. which could explosion, battery and a spark ON cin cause resuttin deathor seriousiniury.(00066a)
and disconnectthe black batterychargerlead to the ative (-) terminalof the batterY. the red batterychargerlead to the Disconnect terminalof the batterY. Mark the chargingdate on the battery.

8. 9.

Connectpositive(+)batterycablefirst.lf positive(+)cable (') cableconnected, should contactgroundwith negative which explosion, a battery the resultingsparkscan cause (00068a) iniury' or serious in death could result Table35.28 Amp-HourBatteryChargingRater'Times

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Table35.28 Amp-HourBatteryChargingRatey'Times ositive

)able 0049a)

me that
tarmer gtng Tge ended.


a fewtimesto be sure there is no oil in andthatall oil has beenpumpedback into engine and re-check oil level.Failureto in engine (00071a) damage.

z only >s listed tery if it itive (+) negative

to completely discharge. Theelectrobatterywill freeze.The more disis,the moreeasilyit can freezeand crack (00218a) willnotbeoperated forseveral months, such winter season, remove the battervfrom the fully charge. isto bestored withthebattery installed, it will connect a battery tender to maintain charge. dealer formoreinformation. isa normal condition andoccurs continuouslv. scharge depends ontheambient temperature state of charge. at a fasterrate at higherambient
1. 2. 3. 4.

' {;6,,,,,,,,,,*,,
6 9


\-< IU
Capacity Months of stand Measuredat 40'C (105'F) Measured at25'C (77 "Fl


ition ;harger.

Figure68.EffectiveRateof Temperature on Battery

Self-discharging Rate


>lamps )sion, a)
the d to the

self-discharge rate,storebattery in a cool dryplace. battery every month if storedat temperatures

(60"F). battery more frequentlyif stored in a warm 6 "C (60 "F).

BATTERY: TOU RING MODELS Disconnection and Removal

you can inspect Before yourbattery or disconnect you must readthe section containing information aboutseatremoval.

Disconnect negative (-) battery cable first. lf positive (+) cable should contact ground with negative (-) cable connected,the resulting sparks can cause a battery explosion, which could result in death or serious injury. (00049a) 1. 2. 3. 4. Unthreadbolt and remove battery negativecable (black) from battery negative(-) terminal. Unthread bolt and removebatterypositive cable(red)from batterypositive(+) terminal. Loosenbolt to move lip of hold-downclamp off edge of battery. Removebatteryfrom batterybox.

Maintenance and Lubrication E-73


and Connection lnstallation

jump-starting we suggest to do so.Therefore, necessary as follows: oerformed

Failure terminals' the cablesto the correctbattery Connect electrical to the motorcycle to do so couldresultin damage system.(00215a)

battery Be surejumpercablestouch only appropriate jumper to touch cables ground. Allowing or minals other can resultin sparksand a batteryexplosion, could resultin deathor seriousiniury.(00072a)

Connectpositive(+)batterycablefirst. lf positive(+)cable (') cableconnected, shouldcontactgroundwith negative which the resultingsparkscan causea batteryexplosion, could result in deathor seriousiniury.(00068a)

Explosivehydrogengas,which escapesduring in could cause death or serious iniury.Chargebattery

well-ventilated area. Keep open flames, electrical and smoking materials away from battery at all KEEP BATTERIESAWAY FROM CHILDREN.(00065A)

Do not allow positive(+) batterycableto contactground with negative(-) cable connected.Resultingsparks can which could result in deathor causea batteryexplosion, seriousinjury.(00069a) box,terintothe battery battery 1. Placethe fullycharged minalsideforward.

motorcycleshave a 12 Volt battery. Harley-Davidson sure the boostervehiclehas a 12 Volt system.Failure do so could resultin vehicledamage'(00220a)
NOTE This procedure presumes the BOOSTER battery is in vehicle. 1. lampsand accessories. Turnoff all unnecessary

Do not over-tighten bolts on battery terminals. Use recommended torque values. Over-tightening battery terminal bolts could result in damage to battery terminals. (00216a) 2. 3. 4. 5. Insert bolt through battery positive cable (+) (red) into threadedhole of battery positive(+) terminal. Tightenboltto 6.8-10.8N'm (60-96in'lbs). Insert bolt through battery negative cable (black) into threadedhole of battery negative(-) terminal. N'm (60-96in'lbs). Tightenbolt to 6.8-10.8

2. 3. lo See Figure69. Connectone end of a jumpercable (+) terminal(1). batterypositive DISCHARGED Connectthe otherend of the same cableto the batterypositive(+) terminal (2).

Negative Cable

Keep battery clean and lightly coat terminals with petro' leum jelly to prevent corrosion' Failure to do so could result in damage to battery terminals. (00217a1 6. 7. 8. jelly or corrosionretardant Apply a light coat of petroleum materialto both batteryterminals. Rotate the hold-downclamp so that the lip (with rubber pad) rests on the edge of the battery. N'm (15-20ft-lbs). Tightenthe clampboltto 20.3-27.1

(-)cableto or nearthe Do not connectnegative a (-)terminal. Doingso couldcause batterynegative in death or result could which and explosion, injury.(00073a)
4. Connectone end of a jumper cable to the battery negative(-) terminal (3).

Do not connect the negative (-) cable to painted or

parts. Doing so could result in discolorationat point.(00221 a) attachment

5. Connectotherend of the same cable (4) to a safe (awayfrom the DISCHARGEDbattery). Start motorcycle. orderof steps2, 3,4,5. cablesin reverse Disconnect 5,4,3,2. i s :s t e p s

After installingseat,pull upwardon seat to be sure it is locked in position.While riding, a loose seat can shift causingloss of control,which could result in deathor seriousinjury.(00070b) seat. 9. lnstall

6. 7.

a motordoes not recommendjump-starting Harley-Davidson cycle. However, there may be circumstances when it is



E-74 Maintenanceand Lubrication



1. Fuseblock 2. Tabs 3. Maxi-fuse holder Figure 70. Left Side Cover Removed:Touring Models



Skippingfuse for fusereplacement. can result in damageto the sound motorcycle systems.(00223a1 located under leftsidecover. fuses it is bestto see a Harley-Davidson partsand equipment to perform NOTE
of side covers during electrical service
1. 2, Spare fuse holder Fuse block cover

pull side cover to remove.Align -bover withgrommets in frameand push

Figure 71.SpareFuseHolder:Touring Models 1 . Placethe ignition/headlamp keyswitchin the OFF position. 2. Removeleft saddlebagand side cover.

To removeof maxi-fuseholderfrom cover.slide rearward to disengage. Pull fuse blocks from tabs on mounting panel.Tabs on oanel fit into slots on each side of fuse block cover. To removecover,raise latchesslightlyto disengagetabs on fuse blocks.



Removefuse and insoectthe element.

Maintenance and Lubrication E-75

Always use replacementfuses that are of the correct type in "nO "tp"r"ge rating.Useof incorrectfuses can result (0O222a1 systems. damageto electrical or broken' is burned thefuseif theelement 7. Replace . . NOTES fusesare used for replacements' ATa type Automotive Twospare fusescan be foundin the fuseblock' basicturnsignalfuncprovides security The fuselabeled security tionatityon vehicleswithouta factory-installed

8. 9.

Do notremove this fuse or use it as a replaceme system. fuse for other systems' Slidecoveroverfuse blocksuntillatchesfully engageta on blocks.

panel' on mounting Slidefuse blocksinto position 10. Tabs on panel {it into slots on each side of fuse blc cover. holderto the mainfuse block' maxi-tuse 11. Install and saddlebag' 12. Installleftsidecover

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Starter relaY Brakelamprelay Battery Brakesy'cruise lnstruments

6 . Accessory 7 . Lighting 8. P&A 9. lgnition 10.

Models 72.FuseBlock:Touring Figure

EFIFuse Removal
1. 2. 3. and side cover' Removerightsaddlebag Gently pull side cover from frame downtubes (no tools required). See Figure 73' Locate paintedwhite dot on inboardside to of fuse block. Pressingon dot, gently tug on conduit bracket' releasetabs on fuse blockfrom slots in See Figure 74' Pull fuses from slots in fuse block and inspectlor damage.Replacefuse if the elementis burned or broken.automotivetype ATOfuses are used' NOTE One extra 15 amp fuse is located in the EFI fuse block'


slot' fusein theappropriate 74' Insert 1. SeeFigure tuse Slide withslotsin bracket' tabson fuseblock 2. Engage to verifythat tug on conduit Gently into cavity. nfoif<-up in Place' fuseblockis locked

( Figure 73. Electrical Bracket Assembly: Right Side

E-76 Maintenanceand Lubrication

Maxi-Fuse Instal lation

1. Jage el. use 3. 2. See Figure76. Insertmaxi-fuse into holder. Slide cover forwardto engage tongue in groove of fuse block cover and then insert maxi-fuseholder into cover until latchesengage. Installleft side cover and saddlebao.


models have a 40 ampfuseto protect the NOTE will disableall systemsexceptthe

1. Latches 2. Fuseholder 3. Cover

Figure76.FuseBlock Coverand Maxi-Fuse

75.Maxi-Fuse Figure77.Maxi-Fuse Assembly

and side cover.

maxi-fuse holder andthenslidecover tongue fromgroove in fuse block

from holder.


Detachpassengerseat strap beforeremovingseat.Failure to do so can resultin damage to rearfenderpaint.(00225a)

Maintenance and Lubrication E-77

i , I il

t :

coverand remove 1. See Figure78. Openleft saddlebag from seatstrapbracket. fastener Move on strapto free it fromslotin bracket. 2. Pullupward passenger seatstrapto sideof seat. fromtop of rearfenderby bracket seatmounting 3. Detach fastener. mounting removing to freetongue(1) at 79. Pushseat rearward 4. See Figure frontof seatfromslotin framebackbone. seatfromframe. 5. Detach

80.Placeseaton framebackbone. 1. SeeFigure and 2. See Figure79. Firmlypushfrontof seatdownward slotin framebackbone. engages rearward untiltongue nut is untilrearfenderseat retention 3. Pushseatforward bracket. in holeof mounting centered 4. Install fastener. Figure79.SeatTongue NOTE manual seeservice or lost, nutis damaged lf theseatretention for instructions.

After installingseat,pull upwardon seat to be sure it is locked in position.While riding, a loose seat can shift causing loss of control, which could result in death or seriousinjury.(00070b) 78.Install endof seatstrapin slotof seatstrap 5. SeeFigure to 5.4Tighten fastener. Install seatstrapbracket bracket. in-lbs). 8.1N.m(48-72 secured. thatit is properly 6. Pullup on seatto verify


Figure 78. Seat Strap Bracket Screw(FLHT/Cru)

passenger outof seatbackrest to move Tour-Pak NOTE to the rearto gain mustbe positioned TheTour-Pak is in screw.lf the Tour'Pak bracket the seatmounting install in rearward removeTour-Pakand wardposition,

Detachpassengerseatstrap beforeremoving to do so can result in damageto rearfenderpaint.

and Lubrication E-78 Maintenance

78. Open left saddlebagcover and

fastener. to freeit fromslotin bracket. onstrap seatstrap to sideof seat. mounting seat bracket from top of rearfenderby mounting fastener. seat finish of Tour-Pak, coverrear seat mounting
withpalmof hand.

1. See Figure 80.Placeseaton framebackbone. 2. Firmlypushfront of seat downward and rearward until tongue engages slotin framebackbone. 3. Pushseatforward untilrearfenderseat retention nut is centered in holeof mounting bracket. 4. Install fastener. NOTE lf theseatretention nutis damaged or lost,seeservice manual for instructions. 5. Pullup on seatto verifythat it is properly secured, front andrear. 6. See Figure 82.Using slotsin seat,routefreeendof passenger seatstrap to leftsideof vehicle. Insert boltwithflat passenger washer through seatstrapandslotted holeof saddlebag frontmounting bracket. 7. Insertboltintoforward holein chrome frametubecover. Snugsaddlebag frontmounting bracket bolt,but do not tighten. 8. Installsaddlebag. NOTE lf necessary, rotatesaddlebagfront mountingbracketto atign springplate withhole in saddlebag. 9. Tighten saddlebag frontmounting bracket fastener.


pushing 79.While seatforward, raiserearol top of Tour-Pak. bracket clears Pushseatrearto freetongue at frontof seatfrom slot in fromframe. seat

80.Place seaton framebackbone. finish of Tour-Pak, coverrear seat mountinq

withpalmof hand.

raising rearof seatapproximately 76.2mm (3 in.), pushfrontof seatdownward hand to firmly and until tongue engages slotin framebackbone. forward untilrearfenderseat retention seat nut is in hole of mounting bracket. fastener. NOTE retention nutis damaged or losf,see servicemanual

(00070b) Inlury.

seat,pull upwardon seat to be sure it is position. While riding, a loose seat can shift of control,which could result in death or onseatto verify that it is properly secured, front 78.Install endof seatstrapin slotof seatstrap Install seatstrapbracket fastener. Tighten to 5.4(48-72 in-lbs).

right saddlebag. rur-Pak. outof the
gain ak is in the Figure 81. Removebracketbolt with the flat washer secures seat strap and bracket.Then remove pas-

Figure81. FrontSaddleBracket

seat strap andsaddlebag frontmounting brackel frame tubecover. chrome pullpassenger Figure 82.Using slots in seat, carefully fromseat. fastener to detachseat mounting bracket from fender. rear seatrearward to free tongueat front of seat from frame backbone. seatfromframe.


Maintenance and Lubrication E-79

T . l

After installingseat,pull upwardon seat to be sure

locked in position. While riding, a loose seat can causing loss of control, which could result in dee

(00070b) seriousinjurY. secured' 6. Pullup on seatto verifythat it is properly anorear. seat strapto left 7. Drawfree end of passenger vehicle.
8. lnsert bolt with flat washer through passengerseat and slotted hole of saddlebag front mounting lnsert bolt into forwardhole in chromeframe tube Fastensaddlebagfront mountingbracketbolt, butdo tighten.


saddlebag. 10. Install


Detachpassengerseat strap beforeremovingseat' Failure to rearfenderpaint'(00225a) to do so can resultin damage rightsaddlebag. 1. Remove boltwiththe flat washer bracket 81. Remove 2. See Figure pasThen remove seat strapand bracket. that secures bracket mounting front seatstrapand saddlebag senger frametubecover. fromchrome sideof to opposite seatstrap 3. Drawfreeendof passenger vehicle. fromtop of rearfender' bracket seatmounting 4. Detach and 5. See Figure79. Firmlypushfrontof seatdownward slotin framebackbone' disengages untiltongue rearward seatfromframe. 6. Remove

NOTE toalit bracket frontmounting rotatesaddlebag lf necessary, that therc Check spring ptate with hote in saddlebag.
adequate clearance between saddlebag and side cover prevent paint damage. fastener' bracket frontmounting 11. Tightensaddlebag


NOTE seat strap' removing without FLHR seatmaybe removed

to to be converted seatis designed The FLHRstandard section' the passenger by removing configuration fromrearseatbracket. screw 1. Remove slidetoward andcarefully 2. Liftrearof seatup slightly seatfrom passenger Thiswilldetach of motorcycle. studs. mounting seatis a chrome thepassenger 83.Under 3. SeeFigure on the seatframe. plugfrom To remove plugis a press{it. 4. Thechrome pull up' straight and fingers seat,graspwith senger intoposition 5. Insertplugin seatnutholeby pressing pressure. finger

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Placeseat on frame backbone. See Figure 79. Firmly push front of seat downwardand forwarduntil tongue engagesslot in frame backbone' Push seat forward until rear fender seat retentionnut is centeredin hole of mountingbracket' Installfastener. Installseat.

plugfromrearseatnutholeand chrome 1. Remove
seat. of passenger into hole on underside 2. Slide slots on leading edge of passengerseat into

studs. mounting overseatnut and install seatbracket 3. Position screw.

NOTE tf the seatretentionnut is damaged or lost,see service manual for instructions.

After installingseat,pull upwardon seat to be sureit

locked in position. While riding, a loose seat can s causing loss of control, which could result in death

(00070b) seriousiniurY.

E-80 Maintenanceand Lubrication


MOTORCYCLE STORAGE Placing Motorcycle in Storage

2 . Warm motorcycleto operatingtemperature.

and turn engine over to circulatethe new oil.

Check and adjust belt if necessary. Check tire inflation. Adjust to proper inflation To protectthe vehicle'sbody panels,engine,chassis wheels from corrosion,follow the cosmeticcare


Properstorageis importantfor the trouble-free operation of your motorcycle. Seeyour Owner'sManualfor storage recommendationsor see a Harley-Davidsondealer. lmproper storage procedures can lead to equipment (00046a) damage. lf the motorcycle willnotbe operated forseveral months, such as duringthe winterseason, thereare several taskswhich partsagainst shouldbe performed. Thesestepswill protect preserve corrosion, thebattery andprevent thebuild-up of gum in thefuelsvstem. andvarnish


uresdescribed in the Accessory Maintenance priorto storage. thisowner's manual


Prepare battery for winterstorage. See MAI ANDLUBRICATION, Battery: General.

Explosive hydrogengas,which escapesduring could cause death or serious injury.Chargebattery well-ventilated area.Keepopen flames,electrical and smoking materialsaway from battery at all
KEEP BATTERIESAWAY FROM CHILDREN.(00065a) 7. lf the motorcycle is to be stored with security armed, it will be necessaryto connect a Battery to maintainbattery charge.lf securitysystem will not armed and a BatteryTenderis not available, either: a. Disconnectnegativebatterycable. b. 8. (if applicable). RemoveMaxi-fuse

Do not store motorcycle with gasoline in tank within the home or garage where open flames, pilot lights, sparks or electric motors are present. Gasoline is extremely flammable and highly explosive, which could result in death or serious injury. (00003a) NOTE Make a list of everything you do and fasten it to a handgrip. When you take the motorcycle out of storage, this list will be your reference/checklist to get your motorcycle in operating condition. 1. Fillfuel tank and add a gasoline stabilizer. Use one of the commercially availablegasolinestabilizers and followthe manufacturer's instructions.

lf motorcycle is to be covered,use a materialsuchas canvas that will breathe. Plastic materials that do breatheoromotethe formationof condensation.

E-82 Maintenance and Lubrication



Checksteeringfor smoothnessby turningthe handlebars throughthe full operatingrange.

disengage can causeloss of control, in deathor serious injury. Prior to periodsof storage,placetransmisvehiclebackand forth severaltimes (00075a) disengagement. ANDLUBRICATION, Battery: Gencare. thebattery. Charge andinstall thesparkplugs. Replace if neceselement. andrununtil it reaches normal operating
off engine.

Be sure tires are properly inflated,balancedand have adequatetread. lnspect your tires regularly and see a Harley-Davidson dealer for replacements.Riding with worn, unbalanced excessively or under-inflated tires can adversely affectstabilityand handling, which could result in deathor seriousinjury.(00014a) pressure tire pressure. Incorrect 9. Check will result in poor riding characteristics andcanaffect handling andstability. 10. Check allelectrical equipment andswitches including the turnsignals stoplamp, andhornfor proper operation. 11. Check foranyfuel,oilor brake fluidleaks.

oilintheoiltank. Turn engineover a few times to be sure there is no oil in and that all oil has beenpumpedbackinto properly. the crankcase be surethey are operating the oil tank. Stop engineand re-check oil level.Failure to and rearbrakes. throttle. clutchand (00071a) do so can result in enginedamage. lubricant level.

Maintenance and Lubrication E-83

regularly to check thatthey andaluminum shine andluster. Takecareto keepyour
motorcycle cleanedand waxed as often Do not use bleach or detergents containing bleach on saddlebags, seats, tank panels or painted surfaces. Doing so can result in equipment damage. (00229a) . . Do not use ordinarysoap to clean leatheror fur. lt could dry or removethe oils from the leather. Use ONLY a good quality saddle soap to clean leather. Be sure you rinse saddle soap off thoroughly before treatingleather. Never try to dry leather quickly,using artificial means. Always let leatherdry naturally, at room temperature. Vacuumor blowdust off. Thoroughly cleanleather witha goodquality saddlesoap, following manufacturer's directions. Rinsethoroughly with clean sponge or cloth and water.Allow leatherto dry. Once leather is dry, treat with a good quality leather (PartNo.98261-91). treatment, such as LEATHERCARE Alwaysallow leatherto dry completelybeforeusing.

rust andcorrosion.

your motorcycle clean, seeyourHarleypolishing products. forcleaning, andwaxing products: thefollowing recommends
(Part No. 94659-98): for of all surfaces. general

. 1. 2.

(PartNo.94657-98):for removing bugs finishes. SPRAYCLEANER(Part No. 99817-99):all for metal surfaces. andquickdetailer

(Part No.94627-98): allpurpose surface provides UVprotection anda glossfinish.

3. 4.

on labelsof cleaningcompounds. warnings couldresultin deathor serious

Use a good quality, whitewall commercial cleanerand follow the manulacturer's directions.

withcleaners containing discs chlorine chlorine andsilicone can containing whichcouldresultin deathor ser-

Be careful not to get the brakes wet when washing vehicle. Wet brake pads and/or discs can adversely affect brake performance,which could result in death or serious injury. (00079a) Some vehicle's wheelsare aluminum and do not havea protectivecoating.Other vehicleshave lacedwheelswith chrome platedrims and zinc or chromeplatedspokes.Damagefrom harshchemicals, acid basedwheel cleaners, brakedust and lack of maintenance can occur.Regular washingand the use of a corrosionprotectant will help to maintaintheir original appearance. Harley-Davidson WHEELAND TIRE CLEANER (PartNo.94658-98) is recommended for cleaning wheelsand protect tires.Then use HARLEY GLOSS(PartNo.94627-98)to the wheel surfaces. NOIES . . lt is imperative that the wheels are cared for weekly to guard against pitting and corrosion. Corrosion of these components is not considered to be a defect in materials or workmanship.

engine, mufflers or air cleaner to get yourmotorcycle. Allowingthesecomwetcanadversely affecttheir performin deathor seriousinjury.Start result after washing, and makesure brakes properly beforeriding in traffic.

accessories and seatsare either made

Natural materials inserts. age differman-made materials. carethan Seat willgain "charactef',such of leather isporous andorganic and each Leather intoits own distinctform with use. mature intoitsowncustom shapeand maturing is natural andthemiles.This quality of your Harley-Davidson eustom
and treatedto maintain cleaned itslife. Cleanand treatleatheronce underadverseconditions.

products: Harley-Davidson recommends the following . . WHEEL AND TIRE CLEANER (Part No. 94658-98): cleaner/degreaser for wheels,tiresand engine. HARLEYGLOSS (PartNo.94627-98): all purposesurface protection the providesUV protectionand a gloss finish.

See a Harley-Davidson dealer for cleaning,polishingand waxing products.


NOTES To removeminor surtacescratchesuse NOVIJS (Part No.99856-947L SCRATCH REMOVER

Covering the windshield with a clean, wet cloth approximately 15-20 minutes before washing will dried bug removal easier. 1. 2. Use mild soap and warm waterto wash the wi Wipe dry with a soft, clean towel. NOTE

Harley-Davidson windshieldsare made of Lexan.Lexan is a more durableand distortion-resistant materialthan other types of motorcyclewindshield material,but still reguires attention and careto maintain. Failure to maintain Lexan properlycan result in damageto the windshield. (00230a)

Do not use harsh chemicalsincluding rain sheeting productson Harley-Davidson windshields.They can cause dulling or hazing.lf you want to use a windshieldprotectant on your windshield,try HarleyGlazePolish and Sealant(00231a)

To treat your Lexan windshield with water repettent WINDSHIELD WATER REPELLENT TREATMENT (PaTt 99841-02).


Lubricatethe rub pointsof latchesand hinges using Lubit-8Tufoil(Part No. 94968-85TV)or Tri{low as required,

Do not use benzine, paintthinner, gasoline or any other type of harsh cleaneron the windshield. Doing so will damagethe windshieldsurface.(OO232al

Lubricatethe fingers on the saddlebag latches where engagethe hinge.

E-86 Accessories Maintenance


4. 5.

Batterynearlydischarged. Damagedwire or looseconnectionat batteryterminalsor coils. Intermittent short circuitdue to damagedwire insulation. Water or dirt in fuel system. Fuel vent system plugged.See dealer. One or more injectorsfouled.

ectionof the Owner'sManualis a Readthe service manual work, lmproper repair and/or fesult in death or serious injury.

6. 7. 8. 9.

possible troubles andtheir operating A SparkPlug Fouls Repeatedly yourmotorcycle in in keeping helpful thanoneof theseconditions 1. Fuelmixture More toorich.
checked. and shouldbe carefully

or DoesNotTurn
in OFFposition. switch

plug. 2. Incorrect spark

(Knocksor Pings) Pre-ignition or Detonation

1. Incorrect fuel. 2. Incorrect sparkplugfor the kindof service.

oil supplyor oil not circulating. connections 1. Insufficient or looseor corroded 2. See dealer. engine. Heavycarbondepositfrom lugging Insufficient air flow over cylinderheads during extended periodsof idlingor paradeduty.

handlebar or transmisagainst


Vibration Excessive But DoesNot Start

Seedealer. 1. Rearforkpivotshaftnutsloose. mounting bolts loose. Seedealer. 2. Front engine loose. Seedealer. mounting bolts to transmission 3. Engine terminal battery or broken or loose 4. Broken frame. Seedealer. lubriof insufficient chainor linkstightas a result 5. Front worn. cation or beltbadly looseor in bad condition at coil or connection(s) wireor cable tiresdamaged. Seedealer. and/or 6. Wheels notproperly aligned. Seedealer. 7. Vehicle

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM DoesNotCharge Alternator

notgrounded. Seedealer. 1. Module ground Seedealer. wireloose or broken. 2. Engine

gap,or are haveimproper

and leaking. badcondition

circuit. Seedealer. wiresin charging 3. Loose or broken

AlternatorGhargeRateis BelowNormal
1. 2. 3. 4. Weak battery. Excessiveuse of add-on accessories. Loose or corrodedconnections. periodsof idlingor low speedriding. Extensive

at one of the battery connection(s) (winter operation).

TRANSMISSION Transmission Shifts Hard

or Misses
fouled. or partially
and leaking. badcondition or too wide.

1. 2.

Bentshifterrod.See dealer. See Transmission shiftingmechanismneeds adjustment. dealer.

Transmission Jumps Out of Gear

1. See dealer. adjusted. Shifterrod improperly


See dealer' Worn shifterdogs in transmission.

1. 2. 3. See dealer' adjusted. Clutchcontrolsimproperly Worn frictiondiscs.See dealer. See dealer' clutchspringtension. Insutficient

BRAKES Do NotHoldNormallY Brakes

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. low on fluid.See dealer. Mastercylinder See dealer' air bubbles. Brakeline contains Masteror wheel cylinderpistonworn. See dealer' with grease or oil' See Brake pads contaminated Brake pads badly worn. See dealer. Brakedisc badlyworn or warped.See dealer' Brakefades becauseof heat build up. Excessive or brake pads dragging.See dealer. hand leverfree play'See Brakedrags.Insufficient

Clutch Dragsor DoesNot Release

1. 2. 3. See dealer' adjusted. Clutchcontrolsimproperly overfilled. Primarychaincase Clutchdiscswarped.See dealer.

1. discsor steeldiscsworn or warped'See dealer' Friction

E-88 Troubleshooting

yournewmotorcycle contains warranty.
to followthe scheduledmileage allof thespecified maintenance services

Harley-DavidsonLimited Warrantyin this manual or a HarleyDavidson dealer for details.

yourwarranty to keep valid

with a Harley-Davidson dealer for service just before you have ridden (1000 miles).

Manual withyouwhenyou visityour motorcycle inspected andserviced. iive See technician sign at the propermileage
shouldbe retainedby the owner as

marntenance. anyparts, service or maintenance

records shouldbe transferred to each

It is possible to overload your motorcycle'scharging systemby addingtoo manyelectrical accessories. lf your combined electrical accessories operating at anyonetime consume more electrical current than your vehicle's chargingsystemcan produce, the electrical consumption can dischargethe battery and cause vehicle electrical systemdamage. Seea Harley-Davidson dealerfor advice about the amount of current consumed by additional electricalaccessories, or for necessarywiring changes. (0021 1b)


lf you movefrom your presentaddress,or sell your motorcycle, pleasefill out and mail the post card at the backof this manual. This is necessary in the event that the Company needs to contactthe owner concerninginformation that could affectthe safe operationof this motorcycle.

lpartsand.custom madefront forks affectperformance and handling. factoryinstalledparts can adversely andcould resultin death or serious
are independently owned and


Any authorized Harley-Davidsondealer is responsiblefor providingthe warrantyrepair work on your motorcycle. lf you have any questions regarding warranty obligationscontact your sellingdealer.

sellpartsand accessories that are not

by Harley-Davidson. you Therefore,


wearenotandcannot a pre-owned Harley-Davidson be responsible Whenpurchasing or Buell, we youto submit an OwnerTransfer orsafety of anynon-Harley-Davidsonencourage Notification Form. It is critical that new ownerinformation modification, includinglabor,which is communicated to Harley-Davidson. Newownerinformation byourdealers. is required to be on plan filewithHarley-Davidson to transfer an Extended Service HARLEY.DAVIDSON Contract. Harley-Davidson is also required by the National and Motor Vehicle Safety Actto notify all owners in the completely Harley-Davidson. Traffic eventof a recall. The form may be obtained at any HarleyusesonlyGenuine replacement Davidson dealer. Harley-Davidson motorcycle and its performance testing ensure and insist partsfor your Again, on Genuine motorcycle. NOTE partsto enhance performance newmotorcycle warranty. See the


lf a Harley-Davidson is importedinto the United States,additional documentationis requiredto be eligiblefor the United States Manufacturer's Limited Warranty.A Harley-Davidson dealer can providea form explaining the requirements.

for any new 2007 Harley-Davidson Harley-Davidson dealer thatan authorized

This warrantywill not apply to any motorcycle/sidecar as follows:
t .

Which has not been operatedor maintainedas specified in the Owner'sManual. Whichhas beenabused,misused,improperly stored,used "off the highway," of any or used for racingor competition kind. to comply with the laws of the Which is not manufactured market in which it is registered.

without any partsfoundunder charge

infactorymaterials or workmanship. will be Harley-Davidson's sole

under thiswarranty. soleremedy




TOTHE DURATION OF THIS WARallowlimitations on how long an implied

partsto enhancepedormInstalling off-road or competition warranty. ance may void all or part of your new motorcycle See a Harley-Davidson dealerfor details.

limitation maynotapplyto you. above NT ALLOWED BY LAW.HARLEYSHALLNOTBE LIABLEFOR
NIENCE, LOSTTIME, COMMERINCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL do notallowthe exclusion or limitation damages, so the abovelimitation

Thiswarranty doesnotcover:
1 . Partsand laborfornormalmaintenance as recommended in the Owner's Manual,or the replacementof parts due to normal wear and tear includingsuch items as the following: tires,lubrication, fuel system oil and filterchange, engine tune-up,spark cleaning,battery maintenance, plugs, brake,clutch and chain/beltadjustment(including chainreplacement). Cosmeticconcernsthat arise as a resultof owner abuse, lack of proper maintenanceor environmental conditions (except concerns that result from defects in materialor workmanship, which are coveredby this warrantyfor the durationof the warrantyperiod). Any cosmetic condition existing at the time of retaildelivery that has not been documented by the sellingdealerprior to retaildelivery. Defects or damageto the motorcycle causedby alterations factoryspecifications. outsideof Harley-Davidson

givesyou apply to you.Thiswarranty youmay which vary have otherrights

conditions applyto this warranty:

{r :il -dl

istwenty fourmonths, limited wananty retailpurof (a)thedateof initial from Harley-Davidson an authorized anniversary of the lastday of the motorcycle/sidecar. Yourdealerwill Warranty Registration form Sales and
of this limited warranty will be

owners, uponthe resale of the period. thewarranty
1 . Our dealersare independently owned and operatedand may sell other products.Because of this, HARLEYIS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SAFETY DAVIDSON OF ANY NON-HARLEYQUALITY OR SUITABILITY DAVIDSON PART, ACCESSORY OR DESIGNMODIFICATION INCLUDINGLABOR WHICH MAY BE SOLD AND/ORINSTALLED BY OUR DEALERS. is separateand apart from any warrantyyou may receive or purchase from the dealer.The dealer is not authorized to alter,modify, or in any way changethe terms and conditionsof this warranty. Any warrantywork or parts replacement authorized by the from later manufacturer will not precludethe manufacturer whereapplicable. relyingon any exclusion

yourmotorcycle/sidecar at return periodto an authorized warranty warranty service 2 . This warrantyis a contractbetweenyou and the manufacableto provide
and as soon as possible, of the dealer'sservice depart

parts. necessary
P.O.Box 653, Milwaukee,

willhelpkeepyournew maintenance YourHarleYat peakperformance. yourmotorcycle besthowto service you assuring andequipment methods workmanship.

Perform the service and maintenanceoperations as indicated in the regular service interval table. Lack of intervalscan at the recommended regular maintenance which could affectthe safeoperationof your motorcycle, result in deathor seriousiniury.(00010a)

intervaloperations maintenance Begular your new motorcyclewarrantYin approved otherthan Harley-Davidson 'emission may void the warranty.Any suchas components, system
may be in violation of Federal and

your motorcycle, bring n servicing to the dealershipand comPlete theblankcolumnslisted.

underadverseconditions lf you operateyour motorcycle very (severecold, extremeheat,very dusty environment, bad roads,through standingwater,etc.),you should per' intervalsmore frequently form the regular maintenance to ensurethe safe operationof your motorcycle'Failure could result in deathor ser' to maintainyour motorcycle ious injury.(00094a)

Models ServiceIntervals:2007Touring Table 36.Regular

Models 2007Touring Table36.RegularServiceIntervals:

dealer,unlessyou have the propertools, service data and are 1. Should be performedby an authorizedHarley-Davidson oualified. (50,000miles)' lubricate and inspectevery80,000kilometers 2. Disassemble, 3. Performannually. 4. Change D.O.T.4 and flush brake system every two years

Records Table37.Owner'sMaintenance

mi) km (1000 1600 mi) km (10,000 16,000 (15,000 mi) km 24,000 (20,000 mi) km 32,000 mi) km (25,000 40,000 mi) km (30,000 48,000 mi) km (35,000 56,000 (40,000 mi) km 64,000 mi) km (45,000 72,0OO mi) km (50,000 80,000

dealeror go to 38.Visityour Harley-Davidson Referto Table or parts purchase a service to

authorized Factory for yourmotorcycle. manual of information source anddetailed the mostcomplete dealer. of yourHarley-Davidson

2007TouringModels Table38.ServiceLiterature:

Manual Diagnostics Electrical

Manual Service and ElectricalDiagnostics Manual Diagnostics Serviceand Electrical Manual Service and ElectricalDiagnostics Serviceand ElectricalDiagnosticsManual Parts Catalog SidecarServiceManual

Scheduling E-96 Maintenance



GENERAL Kit Number lmproper installation of accessoriesor loading of cargo 58731- can affect motorcyclestability and handling,which could 57767-00, 58163-02, 57994-94, 57995-96, 57981-97, 02,58796-02 and57807-04 result in death or serious injury. (00455b) Models motorcycles. model These kitsfit 1994 andlaterFLHR
Table L Models Failureto provide adequateclearancebetweenstationary and moving parts can cause loss of control, which could result in death or serious injury. (00378a) NOTE lnspect windshieldupon completionof installation.Be sure windshieldmounting does not restrict full left or full right lf restriction does occur, movementof front fork assembly. is obtained. as neededuntilproperclearance adjustwindshield correct service personnel Harley-Davidson Have experienced any problemsbeforeriding with this accessoryinstalled. NOTE periodically. Neverride with loose Check mountinghardware stress on al! other maunts.A bose mountinEcaLrss'?.i-fra mounts, as well as the windshieiditself,and cauld resultin prematurefailureof components.

Low orofilesmokedwindshield Low orofileclearwindshield

dark,smoked RoadKingwind deflector, clear,international RoadKingwinddeflector, 58796-02 57807-04 3 darksmoked, lRoad Kingwind deflector, with flames heightclearwindshield lStandard


NOTE Do not use windshield bags with flamed windshields. Damage to graphicswill occur.(003930 Kit Contents 2 andTable 3. 1 and Table 2, Figure See Figure reflectionsoff of the inside curvatureof a windshield Sunlight can, at certain times of the day, cause extremeheat build-up on motorcycle instruments.Exercisecare in parking. Park facingthe sun,place an opaque objectover the instruments, or adjust the windshieldto avoid reflections.

into positionby carefullyinserting 1 . Lowerthe windshield housing andthe the headlamp the side brackets between passing notches areseated untilthe bottom lampsupports Be surethatthe notches on each on the lowergrommets. are firmlyseatedon a rubbergrommet. bracket 2. gentlypush the Standing at the front of the motorcycle, top of the windshieldtoward the rear until the upper notches fully engagethe uppergrommets. Push down on the wireformlatch springsso that they overhangthe rubber grommets.lf some adjustmentis boltsand rotatethe latch loosenthe retaining necessary, springsintothe properposition. windshields are made of Lexan. Lexan Harley-Davidson is a more durable and distortion-resistantmaterial than other types of motorcycle windshield material, but still requiresattentionand careto maintain.Failureto maintain Lexan properly can result in damage to the windshield. (00230a)

includingrain sheetingprodDo not use harshchemicals windshields.They can cause ucts on Harley-Davidson dulling or hazing.lf you want to use a windshieldprotectant on your windshield, try Harley Glaze Polish and (00231a) Sealant

-J0071 8

1 o f3

NOIES Coveringthe windshieldwith a clean, wet cloth for about 15 minutes beforewashingwill make dried bug removaleasier. lent Treatment Part Windsh ield Water Repel Harley-Davidson Number 99841-01is approved for use on Harley-Davidson Lexan@ windshields.

Do not use benzine,paint thinner,gasolineor any other type of harsh cleaneron the windshield.Doing so will damagethe windshield surface.(00232a1 polycarbonate in hotsunor hightemperDo notcleanLexan@ or alkaline cleanser will damage ature.Powdered, abrasive thewindshield witha razorblade Never scrape thewindshield. permanent damage will because or othersharpinstruments result.

NOIE may vary Typical windshield shown.Actual windshield

Kit Figure1. ServiceParts:FLHRWindshield Kit Table2. ServiceParts:FLHRWindshield

Windshield, clear, 2 inchesoversize Windshield. clear. 4 inches undersized 4 inches smoked, undersized Windshield, Windshield. clearwithflames OuterRH verticalbrace Outerverticalbracetape (2)

lnnerhorizontal brace

Panhead Torxscrews(2) Panhead Torxscrews(2) Acornnuts(13)





C-E* @' -ra (A///i \l"l ll- DHv__@

// I /.\Figure 2. Service Parts:Wind Deflector Table3. ServiceParts:Wind Deflector


Winddeflector. smoked Winddeflector, clear,international

58906-02 58908-02 58674-02 58677-02 58664-02 58476-02 58573-02 58462-02


RH bracket LH bracket

38722-94 2452 2921 6 11 9 765't

Wind deflector, smoked,3 inchoversized58799-02


1 0 Springlatches(2)
Torxscrews(2) 1 1 Panhead Torxscrews(11) 1 2 Panhead

OuterRH verticalbrace OuterLH vertical brace Outerverticalbracetape (2) Outerhorizontal brace Horizontal bracetape (2) lnnerhorizontal brace

4 5

(8) Plainwashers

1 4 Acornnuts(13) Reference items: A grommet Rubber

-J0071 8


Kit Number58221-04


This kit fits all2004 and laterFLHRS/lmodelmotorcvcles. This kit containsthe following items:

ITEM DESCRIPTION/QUANTITY 1 S t u d ,d o u b l ee n d e d , 5 / 1 6 - 1 ( 84 ) 2 Bushing (4) 3 Acorn nut, keps, 5/16-18(Chrome)( )

PART NO. 32654 67621-94 7992

1. Using a T-40 TORX drive head, removethe upper leftside chrome button-headlork screw and chrome flat washer and discard. 2 . S e e F i g u r e 1 . O b t a i na d o u b l e - e n d e d stud (1) and chrome acorn nut (3) from the kit. Thread the nut onto the NON lock patchside of the stud and hand tighten. NOTE Position the clamp so the clutch cable is to the rear of the stud. 3. Slide the clutch cable clamp (4), along with the cable, - inte pcsition on tl'restudassholvn. Assemble-a-bushing (2) from the kit onto the stud threads. 4. Insert the lock patch side of the stud through the headlamp nacelle and into the upper fork bracket.Tighten the acorn nut and stud to 15-20ft-lbs(20-27Nm). 1 2 3 4 5 Stud (4) Bushing (4) Acorn nut (4) Clutch cable clamp Nacelle (left half shown)

Figure 1. Windshield Mounting HardwareInstallation

5. Continue,one at a time, replacing the three remaining chrome button-headfork screws and flat washers with the studs,bushingsand chromeacorn nutsfrom the kit. Tightento 15-20ft-lbs(20-27Nm).



November 14, 2002

New Password Learn Procedures Purpose

Some problems have been experienced with the Password Learn procedure after ECM or TSSM module replacement. The following tables have improved procedures.

Required Dealer Action

Use Table 1 for setting TSM/TSSM and ECM password using Digital Technician. Use Table 2 for setting TSM/TSSM and ECM password using a Scanalyzer. Use Table 3 for setting TSM/TSSM and ECM password without Scanalyzer (manual mode).

Motorcycles Affected
All motorcycles equipped with Delphi electronic fuel injection. 2001 and newer Softail models 2002 and newer VRSCA models 2002 and newer Touring models

IMPORTANT NOTE In the interest of preserving customer safety and satisfaction, always check for outstanding recalls whenever any motorcycle is brought into your dealership for either maintenance or service.



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Table 1: Setting TSM/TSSM and ECM Password Using Digital Technician

No. Action Before beginning, the Scanalyzer should not be connected and the ignition must be turned off for at least 15 seconds. Conrmation With ignition turned off, Check Engine Lamp and Security Lamp will be off. If Security Lamp is illuminated, cycle IGN switch ON-OFF. Install new TSM/TSSM or ECM. If vehicle has EFI, continue with Step 2. If vehicle is carbureted, Password Learn is not required. Perform all steps under 3.3 TSM/TSSM Vehicle Delivery Set Run/Off switch to Run Turn IGN key On 3 Verify Check Engine Lamp and Security Lamp illuminate then turn off. Note: Security Lamp will not illuminate with TSM on Twin Cam vehicles. Engine starts and stalls. Check Engine Lamp illuminates and stays on. Security Lamp will illuminate and stay on. Note: Security Lamp will not illuminate with TSM on Twin Cam vehicles. TSM/TSSM enables starter relay. Notes V-Rod Security Lamp is active with either TSM or TSSM. TSM (non-security modules) do not have a Security Lamp function on Twin Cam Vehicles. Step 11 of this procedure must be manually timed.

Attempt normal start one time. 4 Wait ten seconds. Then begin 10 minute countdown cycle for TSM replacement.

Password has not been learned. ECM sets DTC P1009. Fuel ow is stopped. ECM enters Password Learning mode for ten minutes. Do not cycle ignition switch or interrupt vehicle power or Password Learn will be unsuccessful.

Connect Scanalyzer to connector [91A]. After Scanalyzer initializes, verify ECM and TSSM part numbers using System ID. Check for trouble codes. Verify that ECM set DTC P1009. Select tab for Module Replacement. Press the BEGIN button. Ignore screen Make sure scanalyzer is connected and operational. Click OK Ignore screen Set Run/Stop switch to RUN position. Click OK Ignore screen Press starter button. Do not press starter button. Click OK Ignore screen Leave the ignition on. Wait for 10 seconds. Click OK. Next screen will read The ECM will remain in password learn for 10 minutes. Wait until Security Lamp goes out (or a minimum of ten minutes for TSM replacement). Then click OK. When rst segment of timer bar lls in, turn IGN OFF. Wait 15 seconds, then turn IGN ON and start engine to verify Password Learn was successful.

7 8 9 10




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Table 2: Setting TSM/TSSM and ECM Password Using Scanalyzer

No. Action Before beginning, the Scanalyzer should not be connected and the ignition must be turned off for at least 15 seconds. Conrmation With ignition turned off, Check Engine Lamp and Security Lamp will be off. If Security Lamp is illuminated, cycle IGN switch ON-OFF. Notes V-Rod Security Lamp is active with either TSM or TSSM. TSM (non-security modules) do not have a Security Lamp function on Twin Cam Vehicles. Steps 5 and 7 of this procedure must be manually timed.

Install new TSM/TSSM or ECM. If vehicle has EFI, continue with Step 2. If vehicle is carbureted, Password Learn is not required. Perform all steps under 3.3 TSM/TSSM Vehicle Delivery Set Run/Off switch to Run Turn IGN key On Verify Check Engine Lamp and Security Lamp illuminate then turn off. Note: Security Lamp will not illuminate with TSM on Twin Cam vehicles. Engine starts and stalls. Check Engine Lamp illuminates and stays on. Security Lamp will illuminate and stay on for V-Rod and Twin Cam with TSSM. Note: Security Lamp will not illuminate with TSM on Twin Cam vehicles. TSM/TSSM enables starter relay.

Attempt normal start one time. 4

Password has not been learned. ECM sets DTC P1009. Fuel ow is stopped. ECM enters Password Learning mode for ten minutes. Do not cycle ignition switch or interrupt vehicle power or Password Learn will be unsuccessful.

Wait ten seconds. Then begin 10 minute countdown cycle for TSM replacement.

Connect Scanalyzer to connector [91A]. After Scanalyzer initializes, verify ECM and TSSM part numbers using System ID. Check for trouble codes. Verify that ECM set DTC P1009. Return to main menu and select menu item 7 (calibrations) then select menu item 2 (module replacement). Do not press Enter. Wait until Security Lamp turns off or a minimum of ten minutes has passed. Press Enter on Scanalyzer key pad. Wait 5 seconds. Turn ignition switch OFF. Wait 15 seconds before turning Ignition on. Turn ignition switch ON and start engine to conrm successful Password Learn procedure. Clear trouble codes. Perform all steps under 3.3 TSM/TSSM Vehicle Delivery



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Table 3: Setting TSM/TSSM and ECM Password Without Scanalyzer (Manual Mode)
No . Action Conrmation Notes V-Rod Security Lamp is active with either TSM or TSSM. TSM (non-security modules) do not have a Security Lamp function on Twin Cam Vehicles. Steps 6, 8 and 10 of this procedure must be manually timed.

Before beginning, the Scanalyzer should With ignition turned off, Check Engine not be connected and the ignition must be Lamp and Security Lamp will be off. turned off for at least 15 seconds. If Security Lamp is illuminated, cycle IGN switch ON-OFF.

Install new TSM/TSSM or ECM. If vehicle has EFI, continue with Step 2. 1 If vehicle is carbureted, Password Learn is not required. Perform all steps under 3.3 TSM/TSSM Vehicle Delivery 2 Set Run/Off switch to Run Turn IGN key On 3 Verify Check Engine Lamp and Security Lamp illuminate then turn off. Note: Security Lamp will not illuminate with TSM on Twin Cam vehicles. Engine starts and stalls. Check Engine Lamp illuminates and stays on. Security Lamp will illuminate and stay on for V-Rod and Twin Cam with TSSM Note: Security Lamp will not illuminate with TSM on Twin Cam vehicles. TSM/TSSM enables starter relay.

Attempt normal start one time. 4 Wait ten seconds. 5

Password has not been learned. ECM sets DTC P1009. Fuel ow is stopped. ECM enters Password Learning mode for ten minutes. Do not cycle ignition switch or interrupt vehicle power or Password Learn will be unsuccessful.





Wait until Security Lamp turns off or a minimum of ten minutes has passed. Quickly (within two seconds) turn IGN key Security Lamp will illuminate and stay OFF-ON. on for V-Rod and Twin Cam with TSSM Note: Security Lamp will not illuminate with TSM on Twin Cam vehicles. Wait until Security Lamp turns off or a minimum of ten minutes has passed. Quickly (within two seconds) turn IGN key Security Lamp will illuminate and stay OFF-ON. on for V-Rod and Twin Cam with TSSM Note: Security Lamp will not illuminate with TSM on Twin Cam vehicles. Wait until Security Lamp turns off or a minimum of ten minutes has passed. Quickly (within two seconds) turn IGN key Security Lamp will illuminate and then OFF-ON. turn off. Note: Security Lamp will not illuminate with TSM on Twin Cam vehicles. Turn ignition switch OFF. Wait 15 seconds before turning Ignition on. Turn ignition switch ON and start engine to conrm successful Password Learn procedure. Clear trouble codes. Perform all steps under 3.3 TSM/TSSM Vehicle Delivery


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A d j u s t i nS gquelch. Adjusting Volume. ......E-3 Guidelines. CB Range. E-27 EnteringSETUP. E-89 Preset CB Channels S e l e c t i nagC h a n n e l . Transmitting. CB Transceiver.... CD Operation Autoload. CDEject. .......E-37 D i s cE r r o r 1..... E-29 F a s tA d v a n c e and Reverse E-36 MP3.. E-36 Random. E-36 Repeat. ....E-39 S c a n.. . . E-30 Controls. Tracks. . . . . E - 3 8 Chaincase Lubricant ...E-36 Changing Chaincase Lubricant. .....E-29 tevel. C h e c kL u b r i c a nL ....E-32 General. ....E-37 SpeakerBalance. Lubrication. Chassis . . . . . . . E - 3 1 C l e a n i nP Controls. groducts. . . . . . E - 3 8 Clutch E-42 Maintenance E-37 CruiseControl Acceleratin Ag b o v eC r u i s e Speed. E-67 Controls. E-67 DeactivatingCruiseControl. DeceleratingCruiseControl. .......E-26 DisengagingCruiseControl. EngagingCruise Control. Resuming C r u i s eS p e e d . ...E-23 T h e o r y oO f peration.

.......E-40 ..E-40 .......E-40 ..E-40 ......E-40 ...... E-40 ......E-40 ....E-36 ..E-35 ...E-35 ..E-35 ....... E-35 .....E-36 ...E-36 ....E-36 ..... E-36 ..... E-35 ...E-62 ....E-61 ...E-61 .... E-63 .....E-85 ......E-64 ....... E-20 ...E-18 ......E-20 ......E-20 ......E-19 . . E-18 . . E-19 ...... E-19



9483-07 9457-O7 Removal.


ever'.. t......
;;.... ::

ElectricalProtection E F I F u s eI n s t a l l a t i o n . .....E-76 . . E-41 E F IF u s eR e m o v a l . .......E-76 .......E-30 Maxi-Fuse. .......E-77 .......E-27 Maxi-Fuse Installation. ....E-77 M a x i - F u sR ee m o v a . . ......E-77 SystemFuseRemoval..... ......E-75 ElectricalSystem E-72 AlternatorCharg Re a t ei s B e l o w Normal...... ...E-87 E-71 A l t e r n a t oD r o e sN o t C h a r g e . .....E-87 E-73 E m e r g e n cF y lashers. ...E-16 E-74 Engine E-74 EngineTurns Over But Does Not Start. . . . E-87 ....E-73 Excessive Vibration. ......E-87 E-70 Overheats. .......E-87 (Knocks Pre-ignition or Detonation or Pings). . . . . . E-87 ...E-88 Starter Does Not Operateor Does Not Turn Engine . . E-64 Over.. .....E-87

.-----E-21 ......E-64

S t a r tB s u tR u n s lrregularly M oirs s e s StartsHard.

..... E-87 .......E-87

--....E-21 E-57 E-53

E-10 ...E-40

Engine l d l e T e m p e r a tM u ra en a g e m eS ny t stem.......E-55 Engine Oil Grades. ....E-57 T e m p e r a t u rR eecommendations.. .......E-57 W i n t e rL u b r i c a t i o n . .......E-60 EngineOil and Filter Changing. . . E-59 E x t e n d eS de r v i c e P l a nC o n t r a c t . . . . . . ....... E-89

FactoryReplacementParts.. Fader.. FairingControls S p K RS w i t c h . . . . . LowerVents. Fairing Fob A d d i t i o n a lF o b s . . F o bA s s i g n m e n t . . . . w i t ha F o b . . Riding Fork Lock Models. FLHR/O/S MOdEIS FLHT/FLTR/FLHX Front Fork Bearings Adjustment. Lubrication. F o r ko i l . . . . Front Front PanelControls AUX. CD/Mp3Door.. CD/MP3EJECT. COM.. tNT... LCD.. L e f t ,U p ,D o w n ,R i g h t A r r o w s . NAV.. oK... O N .. . K e y1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 . . Soft SoftKey6..... Fuel Filter. ... E-89 "E37 .......E-37 ....E-28

Alignment. Headlamp Headsets and Sockets Heel-Toe Foot Shifter. HydraulicLifters Adjustment.


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