Check Oil Switch
johnnyvision
Posted 2018-06-28 12:31 PM (#192615)
Subject: Check Oil Switch


Visionary

Posts: 4278

If you don't know where the oil pressure switch is straight behind end of kickstand when its up.

I haven't seen the little red oil spout light on the gauge when I start the bike or even turn the key on. So I did a search laying on the ground I found the wire hanging down. Some how it came off. Push it back on the brass end and now I have light 





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twocell
Posted 2018-06-28 4:15 PM (#192616 - in reply to #192615)
Subject: Re: Check Oil Switch


Puddle Jumper

Posts: 44
Lackawaxen PA United States
well that's good to know
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varyder
Posted 2019-06-13 10:18 AM (#192852 - in reply to #192615)
Subject: Re: Check Oil Switch


Visionary

Posts: 8147
New Bohemia, VA
Mine leaked in the beginning, thought I had bought an HD for a while. Dealer popped a new one in.
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dr_reloader
Posted 2019-12-23 1:29 PM (#192982 - in reply to #192615)
Subject: Re: Check Oil Switch


Tourer

Posts: 537
, FL United States
Why did you lay on the ground? I replaced the rubber pad on my kickstand and laid the bike over on the tops. HD guys did not know what was going on. That was too funny.
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