Harley-Davidson FLH, FLT, FXR Evo Repair Manual 1984-1998 Clymer

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Harley-Davidson FLT Tour Glide
Harley-Davidson FLT Tour Glide

Harley-Davidson FLH, FLT, FXR Evolution Repair Manual 1984-1998

Item Description Table of Contents Specifications

The 1984-1998 Harley-Davidson FLH, FLT, FXR Evolution repair manual by Clymer covers:

FLHR Road King 1995-1998

FLHR-I Road King 1996-1997

FLHRC-I Road King 1998

FLHS Electra Glide-Sport 1988-1993

FLHT Electra Glide 1995-1998

FLHTC Electra Glide Classic and Anniversary 1984-1998

FLHTC-U Electra Glide Classic-Ultra and Anniversary 1989-1995

FLHTC-UI Electra Glide Classic-Ultra and Anniversary 1996-1998

FLHTC-I Electra Glide Classic 1996-1998

FLTC Tour Glide 1984-1991

FLTC-U Tour Glide-Ultra Classic 1989-1994

FLTC-UI Tour Glide-Ultra Classic 1995-1996

FLTR Road Glide 1998

FLTR-I Road Glide 1998

FXEF Fat Bob 1985

FXLR Low Rider, Custom and Anniversary Edition 1987-1994

FXR Super Glide 1986-1994

FXRD Super Glide Grand Touring 1986

FXRS Low Rider and Convertible 1984-1992

FXRS-Con Low Rider-Convertible 1991-1993

FXRS-SP Low Rider-Sport Edition 1988-1993

FXRT Sport Glide 1984-1992

FXSB Low Rider 1985

FXWG Wide Glide 1985-1986

FXR2 and FXR3* Super Glide 1999

*Indicates limited model produced only in 1999.

Book Excerpt: 1984-1998 Harley-Davidson FLH, FLT, FXR Evolution Repair Manual

TROUBLESHOOTING Diagnosing mechanical problems is relatively simple if an orderly procedure is used. The first step in any troubleshooting procedure is to define symptoms closely and then localize the problem.

Subsequent steps involve testing and analyzing those areas that could cause the symptoms. A haphazard approach may eventually solve the problem, but it can be very costly with wasted time and unnecessary parts replacement.

Proper lubrication, maintenance and periodic tune-ups as described in Chapter Three will reduce the necessity for troubleshooting. Even with the best of care, however, the motorcycle may require troubleshooting.

Never assume anything; do not overlook the obvious. If the engine will not start, the engine stop switch or start button may be shorted out or damaged. When trying to start the engine, it may be flooded.

If the engine suddenly quits, consider the easiest, most accessible system first. If the engine sounded as if it ran out of fuel, make sure there is fuel in the tank and that it is reaching the carburetor. On carbureted models, make sure the fuel shutoff valve is turned on.

If a quick check does not reveal the problem, proceed with one of the troubleshooting procedures described in this chapter. Gather as many symptoms as possible to determine where to start. For example, note whether the engine lost power gradually or all at once, what color came from the exhaust, etc.

After defining the symptons, follow the procedure that most closely relates to the condition(s).

Guessing at the cause of the problem might provide a solution, but it can easily lead to wasted time and unnecessary parts replacement.

TABLE of CONTENTS:

General Information

Troubleshooting

Lubrication, Maintenance and Tune-Up

Engine

Clutch and Primary Drive

Four-Speed Transmission

Harley-Davidson FLT Tour Glide

Five-Speed Transmission

Fuel, Emission Control and Exhaust Systems

Electrical System

Wheels, Hubs and Tires

Front Suspension and Steering

Rear Suspension

Brakes

Cruise Control

Body

175 Pages of Color Wiring Diagrams

If there’s a repair manual for Harely FLH, FLT, FXR Evo models that could be called a bible on the subject, this one certainly qualifies as such.

Weighing in a 5 lbs. and almost 1,000 pages, this repair and service manual by Clymer, covers almost every part of HD models listed.

Best of all, the manual was specifically written by experienced hands, for the home mechanic and as such, it includes not only detailed text instructions but also hundreds of sharp, close-up photos of components and parts in different stages of disassembly, which allows do-it-yourselfers to service and repair their Harleys properly.

Not every service or even repair situation, requires a trip back to the Harley dealership or your local motorcycle shop. There are lots of things that you can do at home which can save you time and money.

And even if you never intend to do more involved jobs, such as taking the engine or transmission apart, reading the chapters covering those components will allow you to discuss repairs with a professional mechanic at their level, should you decide to go that route.

The 1984-1998 Harley-Davidson FLH, FLT, FXR Evolution repair manual by Clymer, a bestseller here at The Motor Bookstore, can save the do-it-yourself mechanic money on maintenance and repair bills.

Detailed easy-to-follow instructions, accompanied by sharp photos and illustrations, guide you through every procedure, from basic maintenance and troubleshooting, all the way to teardown and rebuild.

Subject: 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998 Harley-Davidson FLH, FLT, FXR Evolution service, maintenance, repair. ISBN-10: 0892879165 | ISBN-13: 9780892879168 | Clymer M422-3

Publisher: Clymer Manuals

Pages: 924 – Hundreds of bw photos and illustrations

Binding: Paperback – 8.25 x 10.75 inches

ISBN: 978-0-89287-916-8

Years: 1984 – 1999

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