I have a 2010 96" Ultra Classic and I checked my engine oil the other day and I was down a quart. I looked at the bottom of the engine and there was oil everywhere. I traced the leak to the stator plug on the engine case. Not a good sign.
Next, I pulled the derby cover and oil immediately started pouring out of the primary. Way to much fluid in the primary.
Started making a few phone calls and the information I gathered for a possible root cause is:
- Bad crankshaft seal and/or bearing in the primary
- Excessive run out or end play on the crankshaft
- Over pressurized crankcase caused by breather issues, bad piston ring, etc.
I don't even know where to start. I don't have a dial indicator and I wouldn't know what to do with it if I did. I also don't have a compression tester and I am not really sure how to go about testing to see if I have breather issues.