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Old 12-08-2010, 01:19 PM
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2003 harley davidson pcv tube

could any one help me in changing my 2003 harley davidson pcv tube .the dealer says my truck running a little lean and that the problem is the pcv tube .I'm also adding they want to charge me almost 1000 bucks.
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Hmmmm...

tell us more about your truck. What have you done to it? What kind of mods?

Also, how did you come to the conclusion it was running lean? Codes? Did the dealership tell you it was running lean? How did they diagnose this?

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what a first post, and then he didn't come back
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