This Motor Bookstore Bestseller repair manual by Haynes covers all models of Harley-Davidson Twin Cam 88, 96, and 103 models, including:
- Harley Softail all models 88 cid (1450cc) 2000-2006
- Harley Softail all models 96 cid (1548cc) 2007-2010
- Harley Dyna Glide all models 88 cid (1450cc) 1999-2006
- Harley Dyna Glide all models 96 cid (1548cc) 2007-2010
- Harley Touring all models 88 cid (1450cc) 1999-2006
- Harley Touring all models 96 cid (1548cc) 2007-2010
- Harley Touring all models 103 cid (1688cc) 2010
Note: manual includes all Electra Glide, Road King and Road Glide models.
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Book Excerpt: 1999-2010 Harley-Davidson Twin Cam 88, 96, 103, Softail, Dyna, Touring Repair Manual
INTRODUCTION TO TUNE-UP AND ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
- This Chapter covers in detail the checks and procedures necessary for the tune-up and routine maintenance of your motorcycle. Section 1 includes the routine maintenance schedule, which is designed to keep the machine in proper running condition and prevent possible problems.
The remaining Sections contain detailed procedures for carrying out the items listed on the maintenance information designed to increase reliability.
- Since routine maintenance plays such an importanat role in the safe and efficient operation of your motorcycle, it is presented here as a comprehensive checklist. For the rider who does all of the bike's maintenance, these lists outline the procedures and checks that should be done on a routine basis.
- Maintenance and safety information is printed on decals in various locations on the motorcycle (see illustration). If the information on the decals differs from that included here, use the information on the decal.
- Deciding where to start or plug into the routine maintenance schedule depends on several factors. If you have a motorcycle whose warranty has recently expired, and if it has been maintained according to the warranty standards, you may want to pick up routine maintenance as it coincides with the next mileage or calendar interval.
If you have owned the machine for some time but have never performed any maintenance on it, then you may want to start at the nearest interval and include some additional procedures to ensure that nothing important is overlooked. If you have just had a major engine overhaul, then you may want to start the maintenance routine from the beginning.
If you have a used machine and have no knowledge of its history or maintenance record, you may desire to combine all the checks into one large service initially and then settle into the maintenance schedule prescribed.
- The Sections which outline the inspection and maintenance procedures are written as step-by-step comprehensive guides to the performance of the work. They explain in detail each of the routine inspections and maintenance procedures on the check list. References to additional information in applicable Chapters are also included and should not be overlooked.
- Before beginning any maintenance or repair, the machine should be cleaned throroughly, especially around the oil filter, spark plugs, valve covers, side covers, carburetor or induction module, etc. Cleaning will help ensure that dirt does not contaminate the engine and will alow you to detect wear and damage that could otherwise easily go unnoticed.
The engine on all models is an air-cooled V-twin. The valves are operated by two separate camshafts (one for the front cylinder and one for the rear), pushrods and rocker arms. The camshafts are chain driven off the crankshaft. The engine/transmission assembly is constructed from aluminum alloy. The crankcase is divided vertically.
The crankcase incorporated a dry sump, pressure-fed lubrication system which uses an external oil tank, dual-rotor oil pump, oil filter, relief valve and oil pressure switch. The oil pump, which has separate rotors for scavenging and pressure feed, is driven directly by the crankshaft. The balancer shafts (on Softail models only) are inside the crankcase.
Power from the crankshaft is routed to the transmission via the clutch and primary drive chain. The clutch is of the wet, multiplate type and is direct-driven off the crankshaft. The transmission is a five-speed, constant-mesh unit.
The clutch and primary drive chain are contained in the primary drive housing on the left side of the engine. The transmission is mounted on the back of the engine. Service procedures for the cluth primary drive and transmission are covered in Part B of this Chapter.
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MODELS COVERED IN THIS MANUAL:
- FSXT Softail Standard (carbureted)
- FLSTC Softail Heritage Classic (carbureted)
- FXSTS Softail Springer (carbureted)
- FLSTF Fat Boy (carbureted)
- FLSTS Heritage Springer (carbureted)
- FXSTD Softail Deuce (carbureted)
- FXSTB Night Train (carbureted)
- FXSTI Softail Standard (fuel injected)
- FLSTCI Softail Heritage Classic (fuel injected)
- FLSTFI Fat Boy (fuel injected)
- FLSTSI Heritage Springer (fuel injected)
- FXSTSI Softail Springer (fuel injected)
- FXSTBI Night Train (fuel injected)
- FXSTDI Softail Deuce (fuel injected)
- FLSTNI Softail Deluxe
- FLSTFI Shrine
- FLSTCI Shrine
- FXCW Softail Rocker
- FXCWCS Softail Rocker Custom
- FXSTC Softail Custom
- FXD Dyna Super Glide
- FXDX Dyna Super Glide Sport
- FXDXT Dyna Super Glide T-Sport
- FXDL Dyna Low Rider
- FXDWG Dyna Wide Glide
- FXDWG Syna Wide Glide 105th Anniversary
- FXDC Dyna Super Glide Custom
- FXD35 Super Glide Anniversary
- FXDB Street Bob
- FXDB Fat Bob
- FLHT Electra Glide Standard (carbureted)
- FLHTC Shrine (carbureted)
- FLHTC Electra Glide Classic (carbureted)
- FLHR-I Road King (fuel injected)
- FLHTCUI Ultra Classic Electra Glide (fuel injected)
- FLHTCUI (fuel injected, cruise control)
- FLHTCUI Shrine (fuel injected)
- FLHR Road King (carbureted)
- FLHTCI Electra Glide Classic (fuel injected)
- FLHPI Road King (Police, fuel injected)
- FLHTPI Electra Glide (Police, fuel injected)
- FLTR Road Glide (carbureted)
- FLHRCI Road King Classic (fuel injected)
- FLTRI Road Glide (fuel injected)
- FLHTI Electra Glide Standard (fuel injected)
- FLHRI Shrine (fuel injected)
- FLHRS Road King Custom (carbureted)
- FLHRSI Road King Custom (fuel injected)
- FLHX Street Glide (carbureted)
- FLHXI Street Glide (fuel injected)
Subject: 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 Harley-Davidson Twin Cam 88, 96, 103, Softail, Dyna, Electra Glide, Road King, Road Glide Shovelhead and Evolution Big Twins. ISBN-10:
162092109X | ISBN-13:
9781620921098 | Haynes 2478