Fuel Valve on 2003 Road King

Question I need to know about fuel valve replacement on a 2003 Road King.

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Answer First drain your tank. When you feel that the tank is sufficiently drained. You can jack the rear of the bike so residual fuel will move forward in the tank; away from the valve. Next, cut, or unscrew the fuel line clamp at the valve. Turn the valve nut counter clockwise until the valve can be removed.

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11 Responses to “Fuel Valve on 2003 Road King”
  1. Ronald

    I have a 2000 Springer FLSTS; I need to how to take out and re-install the fuel gauge on the gas tank. Also, why does it leak when its on the side stand when the gas tank is full? It leaks out of the little hose that is under the front of the left tank.

    • Customer Service Techs
      Customer Service Techs

      The oil is originating from your top breather bolts in your air cleaner backing plate. Some bikes breath heavier than others for a variety of reasons.
      Typically, when oil begins to drip out of your air cleaner, your air cleaner element is due, or overdue to be serviced.
      http://www.fixmyhog.com/video/air-cleaner-upgrade-001297/ (ZD: 3802)

  2. John Clare
    John Clare

    How do I fix a gear selector indicator sensor problem I’ve been told the sensor is supposed to be in or near the transmission but I can’t find it in the manual.
    I have a 2013 standard

  3. Ian mead
    Ian mead

    I’ve just cleaned out a front brake master cylinder on a 1998 sporster ( 9/16) I have recently purchased.
    There are two holes that the piston passes when the brake is applied,I recall one of these being solid therefore only allowing fluid/air bubbles to travel through one,is this as it should be or is the solid one blocked.
    The problem is the brakes are binding and pressurising resulting in the brake lever becoming solid.

  4. Tom

    I have a 2002 road king screaming eagle fuel injected. I have had a skip for the last 30,000 miles and no mechanics seem to be able to find the problem, and that includes two different Harley dealerships. I’ve invested thousands in repair with no satisfaction. Anyone help?