This is the Harley Davidson VIN decoder. Every Harley Davidson car has a unique identifier code called a VIN. This number contains vital information about the car, such as its manufacturer, year of production, the plant it was produced in, type of engine, model and more. Harley-Davidson VIN decoder for 1930 – 2014 Compliments of Willie's Harley Parts – williesharleyparts.com 1930 – 1969 • First two numbers are the year • Letters are the model • The last numbers are the production number Models built from 1930 to 1969: G, GE - Servi Car Side valve 45 cubic inch three-wheeler, 1932 to 1972.
The Hands Free interface module in this kit requires proximity to a BluetoothTM-enabled cellular phone in order to function. The phone must be a model that is compatible with the interface module (go to to view the compatibility chart), and must be paired to the interface module according to the instructions included with the cell phone. NOTE The cell phone MUST be available to the installer in the final steps of the installation (prior to re-installation of the outer fairing) in order to program and test the hands free functions. To avoid unnecessary delays, please take this into consideration when scheduling the installation. FLHT models will require prior installation of an Advanced Audio AM/ FM/ CD Radio Kit (Part Number 76412-06) and a Tour-Pak Mount AM/ FM Antenna Kit (Part Number 76317-06). FLHT, FLHX and FLTR models will require the prior installation of a Tour Pak®.
See a Harley-Davidson dealer for avail- ability of color-matched King or Chopped Tour-Paks to match your vehicle, and additional items that may be required when mounting the Tour-Pak to your model. Unless one has already been fitted as part of another Advanced Audio kit installation: FLHTCU models will require the additional purchase of an Ultra Overlay Harness (Part Number 70164-06). FLHT, FLHTC and FLHX models will require the separate purchase of a Communication Switch Kit (Part Number 77173- 06). FLHX models will require the separate purchase of: •a fuel tank console (Part Number 61270-98A), •a console extension (Part Number 52447-96), •a rubber molding (71294-89), •a 1/4-20 clip nut (Part Number 7964), •a button-head screw (Part Number 3652), •a plastic wire clip (Part Number 10120), and •an adhesive-backed metal wire clip (Part Number 10103). FLTR models will require the separate purchase of: •a Console Pod Assembly (Part Number 77136-03), and •three pan-head screws (Part Number 2462).
NOTE See a Harley-Davidson dealer for availability of optional decorative inserts for the Console Pod Assembly. ALL models will require the additional purchase of: •a Non-Ultra Overlay Harness (Part Number 70169-06), and EITHER: •a Premium Stereo Helmet Headset (Part Number 77147- 98) OR a Hand-Held CB Microphone Kit (Part Number 76312-98 Incoming search terms: • •. INSTALLATION Perform this installation when the engine is cool. Working on or near the exhaust system when the engine is hot could result in severe burns.
Refer to the Owner’s Manual and follow the instructions given to remove the maxi-fuse. 3 1 2 is02998 1. Transmission top cover screw (4) 2. Oil spout assembly screw 3.
Upper bearing housing screw (2) Figure 1. Kartinka raskraska bajterek kazahstan. Interface Cover Installation 2. See Figure 1. Remove and retain the four socket head cap screws (1) that fasten the front and right side of the transmission cover.
See Figure 3. Obtain the chrome top interface cover (3) from the kit. NOTE The top interface cover can be carefully brought into position on top of the transmission housing from either the right or left side without removing or loosening any vehicle components. Position the top interface cover over the transmission top cover. Loosely fasten the chrome cover to the top of the transmission housing with the screws removed in Step 2.
Obtain the chrome filler neck cover (4), 1/4-20 socket head screw (5), flat washer (6) and spacer (7) from the kit. Remove the oil level dipstick from the oil spout on the side of the transmission housing, wipe off and set it aside for later installation. NOTE Insert a clean shop rag into the oil spout opening while the dipstick is not installed. With the dipstick removed, small parts or other foreign material could fall into the transmission, leading to equipment damage or malfunction. See Figure 1. Remove and discard the socket head cap screw (2) that fastens the oil spout assembly to the transmission housing.
DO NOT remove the oil spout from the vehicle. Place the flat washer over the threads of the new screw, and insert the screw into the unthreaded hole in the chrome filler neck cover.