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Hi guys. I’ve been doing all of my basic maintenance on my 08 Electra Glide Classic thanks to your DVDs. I noticed today that I have some oil dripping from my Harley air cleaner housing onto the right side of the motor. It’s not much, but I’m concerned. No recent service to the bike except for a new battery a couple of weeks ago (I installed it). It hasn’t been dropped or on its side. The oil level is right where it should be on the dipstick when cold. I’ve done all the fluid changes and am very careful not to overfill. Any help would be appreciated.

Top breathing engines breath, or vent, through the top breather bolts which are threaded into the heads of a Harley Davidson motor. The air inside a motor is saturated with oil. It exits through the breather bolts and into the air box where the air is filtered and the oil is captured in the air filter. A larger motor or a built motor will, typically, breath heavier. When oil drips out of an air cleaner assembly, it is usually an indication that the air cleaner element is due to be cleaned, or changed.

I have the same problem, and yes, my filter does need to be cleaned. I have an after-market spike filter. The breather bolts feed into a secondary filter to collect and filter the oil, but it has started dripping onto the bike recently. I’ll clean both filters and see if that fixes the problem.

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