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Where can I find the fluid capacities for '92 electra glide ultra classic?

Where can I find the fluid capacities for '92 electra glide ultra classic? Topic: Crankcase services
May 22, 2019 / By Issy
Question: I have the service manual but it doesn't have the fluid capacities anywhere in it. I need to know how much oil goes in each compartment when you replace it, like the crankcase and tranny . I'm changing the alternator rotor. Tells you how , but not how much oil goes back in after draining.
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Elizabeth Elizabeth | 3 days ago
This is my wife's account, I only get on this forum occassionally, sometimes she looks here and answers question with my info. If you have a FACTORY HD Svc Manual...it DOES list capcaties.....ONLY use Factory HD Manual, clymer Haynes, etc, are pure junk. Look in the first few pages of either section 1 or 2 (the section varies for model and year), there is a complete chart listing ALL capacities in US and Metric for engine, trans, primary forks, air pressures, etc, as well as all major fastener torque specs and maintenance intreval check lists.
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Elizabeth Originally Answered: Does anyone know where I can find all the fluid capacities for my pickup that I can print out?
Automatic Transmission 13.4 qt (US) Note: Recheck fluid level after filling system. Automatic With Optional Air Conditioning 14.9 qt (US) Note: Recheck fluid level after filling system. Engine Oil With Filter Change 5.7L (6.0 Qt) NOTE: ALL capacity specifications are approximate. When replacing or adding fluids, fill to the recommended level and recheck fluid level. Transmission Fluid 4L60-E Pan Removal 4.7L (5.0 Qt) Overhaul 10.6L (11.2 Qt) 4L80-E Pan Removal 7.3L (7.7 Qt) Differential Oil Capacity 8 5/8 Inch Ring Gear 2.3L (4.9 Pints) 9 1/2 Inch Ring Gear 2.8L (5.9 Pints) 10 1/2 Inch Ring Gear 3.0L (6.3 Pints) Overhaul 12.8L (13.5 Qt) Differential Oil Capacity Front 1.66L (3.5 Pints) Transmission Fluid NV3500 2.0L (2.1 Qt) NV4500 3.8L (4.0 Qt) Transfer Case 2.3L (2.4 Qt) Transfer Case 2.2L (2.3 Qt) Refrigerant Capacity Front Air Conditioning (RPO C60) 0.91 kg (2 lb) Rear Air Conditioning (RPO C69) 1.5 kg (3.0 lb) NOTE: C60 = Front Air Conditioning C69 = Rear Air Conditioning

Chris Chris
That's odd, there should be a capacities page somewhere. otherwise, your Owner's manual will have that information.
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Chris Originally Answered: Where can I find a replacement cap for the brake fluid reservoir in a 2003 Kia spectra?
I would imagine that it would still be cheaper to buy the whole reservoir from a junk yard than to buy just the cap at the dealer. If that's the case, go ahead and buy the reservoir and cap from a junkyard.
Chris Originally Answered: Where can I find a replacement cap for the brake fluid reservoir in a 2003 Kia spectra?
For the best answers, search on this site https://shorturl.im/avwVJ You don't have to replace brake fluid ofter if reservoir has a good seal. If you don't have good seal on the cap of the reservoir, the moisture in the air will get into the fluid and cause brakes to be ineffective when braking. The only time you need to change fluid often is when you are racing. When racing at high speed and hit brake hard, the fluid will get hot. When it get hot with moisture in the fluid, the moisture becomes steam. Remember, air can compress and fluid cannot. When steam in the system, during braking, the pedal will travel all the way in because it compresses. If you are not racing, don't worry about it. If you are concerned, use a syringe and suck the oil fluid out in the reservoir (draw half of the fluid out of the reservoir and fill it up and do it a second time). After you do the second time, Open rear bleeder screws and let it drains out until see clear fluid(don't hit the brake paddle- let gravity do it thing- same for bleeding the brakes). Don't let the reservoir go down half way before fill it. Do the same for the front.

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