Rod Lock Ring Fuel Module


Figure 4-5. Fuel Pump/Filters/Fuel Level Sender Assembly

3. See Figure 4-3. Orient the pointer (6) on the lock ring to point 90 degrees to the left side of the motorcycle. In this position the start of the lock ring threads match the start of the threads on the collar of the opening in the fuel tank. Thread on lock ring. Use FUEL CAP REMOVER/ INSTALLER (HD-45324) to tighten the lock ring to 54-61 Nm (40-45 ft-lbs).

4. Connect the fuel module connector (5) while supporting the top plate connector with the opposite hand.


To avoid bending the connector pins, gently press the socket fuel module connector parallel or straight into the pin fuel module connector on the fuel tank top plate.

5. Install the smaller return fuel line (4) and the larger pressure fuel line (3) while supporting the mating port. Press the lines on until the click is heard that indicates engagement.

1. Apply a small dab of silicone gasket sealer at four spots around the bottom side of a new quad seal. Install the quad seal onto shoulder of the tank opening. Let the gasket sealer cure for five minutes.


Sending unit


Pressure side filter




Suction side filter


Fuel pump


Crossover hose


Support rod

10. Assure that all components are out of the rotational path of the lock ring.


Motorcycles not equipped with the H-D Security System will have the siren connector terminated to a cap attached to the wiring harness of the fuel module connector. Pull the siren connector and press the wiring harness out of the way before turning lock ring.




Fuel cap remover/installer

2. See Figure 4-6. Insert fuel pump/filters/fuel level sender assembly into fuel tank. The two side by side tabs (1) on the right underside of the top plate mate to a notch in the collar in the fuel tank allowing the top plate to fall into position and the rubber spacer/bumper (5) on the bottom of the fuel pump/filters/fuel level sender assembly to rest on the bottom of fuel tank.

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