Failed Parts to Watch for
Written by Mr Tidy
Saturday, 05 March 2005
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|Engine will not start|
Written by dannyb661, on 10-14-2012 13:55
Just replace battery, checked all fuses, turn ignition, lights on, gauges activate, neutral. When pressing ignition start lever, i hear clicking noise, nothing else. What could it be?
|Oil pump shaft|
Written by roadawg, on 08-28-2012 09:45
My 2000 RoadStar is getting a new oil pump shaft. Why? Turns out if you idle your engine too low as to let the engine lobe like a Harley engine, the oil pump shaft does an inadequate job of lubing the engine. On mine, the hydraulic lifters failed and I need a new oil pump. Save yourself the $500 fix and make sure the idle is set correctly. Hope this helps anyone else with this issue.
|Air filter after market|
Written by harley, on 04-22-2012 15:09
hi would I open up the motor a bit if i pot in a kuryakyn hypercharger air filter with out any other modes. My bike is stock
Written by EL PASO KID, on 11-18-2011 05:53
Great info have a fellow rider who has the clicking noise never would have guessed the problem.
|Appreciate the information|
Written by Braveheartz2, on 07-20-2011 21:02
Great information - thanks!
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