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|Mar 30th, 2009, 06:44 PM||#1|
Ride: 2002 Road King
Join Date: Mar 30th, 2009
Replacing passing lamps and directionals
|Apr 1st, 2009, 07:49 AM||#2|
Play The Throttle
Ride: 03 FLHPI
Join Date: Mar 14th, 2009
Location: Cape Breton NS
Re: Replacing passing lamps and directionals
Quote: Originally Posted by Casey View Post
I have a 2002 Road King that was wrecked when i bought it and I am fixing it up. I am replacing the passing lamps and directionals that were aleady taken off before i got it, but i have not diagrams for where each wire goes. Is there any thing out there to help me visualize what and where to hook up the wires?
depending on how bad it was "wrecked" make sure the frame is straight, check or replace the steering head bearings, and check the crank runout, I've seen the cranks get thrown outta whack from being hit.
You can go to the Harley website and get the part numbers for the Manuals.
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