Video-In this free DIY video we show you how to remove your Harley side transmission cover and an easy way to disconnect & then replace your Harley clutch cable inside. Make sure you have a new side cover gasket ready to go and some oil/fluid to replace what you loose when removing the side transmission cover. There is also a small rubber o-ring you might want to have on hand to replace where the clutch cable enters the side cover. It can get damaged during removal/install. It can be re-used if it looks like it's in good condition.
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2014 & newer Harley Davidson's have hydraulic clutches, so this side transmission cover is just for looks and you'll lose no oil when removing it. There is just a bleeder valve for the hydraulic clutch line hidden behind it.
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