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How do you remove license plate mount off 2007 Suzuki gsx-r 750?

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Pull the 4 bolts off the bottom. Then follow the wire up. Take off the side that the wire goes up into by pushing in the center of the black clips until they pop loose. After the side is off, there is a small white wiring harness that you can pull apart and split without cutting. There is a small button on the harness you have to push in order to get it to come apart. Should take 30 minutes if you've never had the plastic off before, 10 if you have.

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