Motorcycle Maintenance: More than an Oil Change!

Keep your motorcycle operating at peak performance with H-D® Authorized Service. We know best how to service your Harley-Davidson® bike with factory-approved methods and equipment, assuring you of thorough and competent workmanship. Our regular maintenance always includes a comprehensive performance and safety inspection along with so much more. Why risk anything less?

 Maintenance Performed

  1. Replace engine oil, filter, and drain plug O-ring. Torque drain plug to proper specification. Ensure proper oil level at operating temperature.
  2. Check operation of all electrical equipment, lighting, and controls.
  3. Inspect front and rear tire tread depth and air pressure. Check tightness of oil spokes (if equipped).
  4. Inspect fluid level and moisture content of front brake reservoir. Check torque of cover screws.
  5. Check torque of switch housing screws, clutch level handlebar clamp screws, and master cylinder handlebar screws.
  6. Check engine coolant freeze point and inspect for leaks. Clean radiators or oil cooler.
  7. Drain and replace primary chaincase lubricant and drain plug O-ring. (if applicable)
  8. Drain and replace transmission lubricant and drain plug O-ring. (if applicable)
  9. Inspect oil, brake and fuel lines and fittings for leaks, contact, or abrasions.
  10. Inspect rear brake reservoir for proper fluid level and moisture content. Check torque of cover screws.
  11. Inspect front brake pads and discs. Ensure pad thickness is within specification.
  12. Inspect rear brake pads and discs. Ensure pad thickness is within specification.
  13. Check torque of front and rear axle nut.
  14. Inspect and lubricate jiffy stand.
  15. Lubricate clutch cable. Ensure proper cable adjustment and hand lever free play.
  16. Check, adjust, and lubricate brake and clutch controls.
  17. Inspect and adjust drive belt or chain. Inspect wheel sprocket.
  18. Inspect exhaust system for leaks, cracks and loose or missing fasteners or exhaust shields.
  19. Check battery, clean connections and torque terminal screws.
  20. Lubricate the fuel door, hinge, and latch.
  21. Check for open recalls, products campaigns, trouble codes, and software updates.
  22. Flush brake and clutch systems and replace DOT 4 brake and clutch fluids every two years.
  23. Road test – verify component and system functions.

Depicted are areas serviced during the recommended 1000-mile service for 2024 Touring models.
Refer to your owner’s manual for more details.