Oil Level and Temperature Dipstick

Part Number 62700009

FINAL SALE, NON-RETURNABLE

Finish / Color: Chrome

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Add function and style by replacing your stock dipstick with this hard working version. These dipsticks allow you to check your oil level and oil temperature with the push of a button.

  • Chrome finish
  • New and improved “capacitive” level sensing technology provides the highest degree of accuracy and durability
  • Oil level is indicated by a 4-segment readout - it even reminds you to check your oil when it is hot
  • Designed to be waterproof, the LCD display operates on a long-lasting, replaceable lithium coin-type battery (CR2032 3V, P/N 66000107)
  • Display features a low battery indicator, and press-and-hold feature to toggle between Fahrenheit and Celsius
  • Designed to be waterproof, the LCD display operates on a long-lasting, replaceable lithium coin-type battery (CR2032 3V, P/N 66373-06)
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Fits '04-later XL and XR models.

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  • Waterproof

    Yes
  • Warranty

    1 year limited warranty – Go to www.h-d.com/warranty for full details
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    Oil level and temp dipstick (battery installed)
Oil Level & Temperature Dipstick is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not worth the price I like the idea of checking your oil level with the push of a button. The temperature guage is nice for an air cooled engine. It was nice while it worked. It lasted one riding season and now when I press the button to monitor my oil level I get a "No Sensor" error message. Fortunately the temperature gauge still works. Now it's just a very expensive oil tank cap/dipstick. Very disappointed with the quality considering the price. Not a sturdy reliable instrument. I can not recommend this item due to low quality and reliability. It's just not worth the price.
Date published: 2017-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Instructions need reviewed On this model the instructions say that the display can be turned 180 degrees if you remove 4 screws.. this one only has 3! meaning, this action cannot be done on this particular unit..
Date published: 2017-05-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bad design of thread Display is OK but, thread design is very bad. It is very hard to install in the oil tank seating and too tight when you want to remove it, at least on my 2015 Iron 883. Didn't expect this from HD. Not recommended.
Date published: 2016-06-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A better product than I expected Does everything it is designed to do. Very happy with the purchase.
Date published: 2014-08-30
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Can they be fixed?

I had bought one of these for my 2013 48 something like 2 years ago from the local dealership, except mine was black. Worked fine until recently. It seemed to have lost the backlight, and thought was just the battery. I had them order kit, but during my service, they discovered it was the wrong kit, but were able to locate the right kind of battery, and said the existing seals looked ok. Unfortunately, the backlight still doesn't work, and it also seems to have the water vapor. Our HOG directory, has a different one on his bigger bike, and says it also went out. Seems for the cost they should be better, or at least have a way to fix them. Just ordered an analog one from ebay for less than $50. Think I paid about $178 for this one locally. Back then dealership added about 20% to most things to cover the extra shipping cost to Guam.
Asked by: msetzerii48

How do you go about changing the battery

Asked by: Vinny15416
Hey Vinny15416, 1. Remove the four small Phillips head screws (2) on the underside of the display body. 2. While taking care not to strain the wiring, gently pull the lower assembly out of the upper display body. Carefully separate the upper and lower assemblies. 3. Note the battery orientation. Using a mechanic pick or a small screwdriver, carefully insert the tool under the battery (4). Gently pry the battery free and discard it. Insert the new battery as shown. Push the battery down until seated. 4. Align the lower assembly (B) with the upper body (A). Assemble the two parts in the same rotational orientation as before disassembly. Do not pinch the wiring or thin O-ring. Install the four screws. Tighten securely. 5. If present, remove and replace the thick O-ring (1) before installing the dipstick. Insert the dipstick into the filler neck. Check for proper operation by pressing the rubber button on the front face. See Figure 3 below. Mark the upper display body (A) and lower (B) dipstick components before disassembly, so they can be assembled in the same rotational alignment. Be careful when separating the two components.
Answered by: Rockstar883
Date published: 2016-07-16

What is the warranty covering this product?

I purchased this digital oil dipstick back in the middle of March when I bought my bike. Last Saturday, May 16th I got caught out in the rain and it was coming down pretty good. When I got home I noticed the dipsticks digital display was all fogged up and there was water inside of it. Here we are almost a week later and it still has the water in it and doesn't work. Shouldn't that have been sealed better to NOT take in any water whatsoever? ? ?
Asked by: KathyH
Hello KathyH, The warranty coverage for Harley-Davidson Parts and Accessories is 1 year against defects. Please take this to your local dealership with a copy of your receipt, if possible, for evaluation. Thank You!
Answered by: JD34
Date published: 2015-06-01

Do you have it in celsius ?

Do you have the mentioned oil gauge in degree celsius instead of fahrenheit ?
Asked by: HRD85
Hi HRD85, This Oil Level & Temperature Dipstick can switch to show Celsius. The description states "Display features a low battery indicator, and press-and-hold feature to toggle between Fahrenheit and Celsius." The instruction sheet also says: "The display can be changed to read in degrees Centigrade (°C) by pressing and holding the button in for approximately five seconds, then releasing the button. From then on, pressing and releasing the button displays the temperature in "°C"." Thank you for your question.
Answered by: FXS78
Date published: 2015-04-08
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