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About Slobbering Oil Problems in a Harley Davidson

by Jeff Jannett ; Updated September 18, 2017

In a Harley Davidson motorcycle, slobbering oil, also known as oil carryover, is a common problem caused by deteriorated, cracked or improperly attached backplate air filter bolts or tubes. Re-route the back of the air plate on a Harley Davidson to prevent oil splatter and misting with instructions from a certified motorcycle technician in this free video on Harley Davidson motorcycles.

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Jeff Jannett has more than a decade of experience working on motorcycles, Harleys specifically. He is a master certified technician for Harley Davidson and currently works for South Side Choppers in Tampa Bay, Fla.

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