Question about 2008 Triumph Bonneville T100
Hi Guys, I would like dome advice on removing the turn indicator bulb on the instrument panel on my 2003 T100 Bonneville. I am installing a Kissan Signalminder and need to replace the existing turn signal warning bulb with an LED bulb. I have: removed the four bolts on the front face of the instrument panel speedo cable is disconnected Speedo and Tachometer plastic covers removed I can see the rubber boot on the rear of the instrument panel, but I am not quite sure how to remove this warning light unit to get at the bulb. I believe it pushes through the front of the panel, but does not seem to want to move very far. Thought I would stop and get some advice before I get the pry bars, sledge hammer and mole grips out. Any advise guys?
Push the rubber boot forward from behind and the bulb glass cover should pop out from the front of the instrument panel with a little prying with your finger tip. You don't have to push it far, just enough for the cover to pop out of the lip. Then you will be able to remove the bulb. I then use needle nose pliers to remove the bulb.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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