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Side fairing removal, 2007 m0del

I am unable to remove the side fairings using the owners hand book . I have removed all the bolts and clips but am unable to locate/undo the plastic clips it mentions. Can you advise please?
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SOURCE: SA indicator pushed int fairing.

undo the nut in the middle 1st - may save you from scratching the fairing

Posted on Dec 19, 2008

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SOURCE: How do you remove the fairing on a 2009 FLTR SE3?

There usually are additional fasteners that can be found when the headlight assembly is removed, I have an older model and there are four nuts on studs that are attached to the outer fairing tightend onto a frame work between the two halves. Once these are loosened the front assembly slides forward.

Posted on Feb 22, 2009

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try this site: www.cyclepartsnation.com then look up oem parts for your E1. look under cowling and cowling lowers. it will give you a list of all parts and screws associated with the fairings for this bike. it will tell you the length, diameter, thread and type of head for each screw and tell you where it goes via diagram. hope that helps you out brother. ride safe!

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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SOURCE: 1998 ZX9R C1: Fairing damage. What do I fix it with?

ello mate,, well theres some basturds about ay,, this happened to me once,, any way,, to bond a crack or build up a hole, turn the fairing round so u r lookin at the back of it, rough the crack or hole up with some sand paper,, then get your self some fibre glass matting wad,,and some resin, and hardener, using scissors cut the matting out to shape mix up some resin and apply to the back of the fairing,, this is messy stuff ,,but will bond it well,,then turn it over ,,if u still have a visible crack and want to repair that,, then run a grinder down the crack ,,so it widens the crack just a bit ,,and fill it with isopon filler,, just the normal kind of filler, for dents etc,,

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

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SOURCE: How do I remove the false gas tank on a 1984 honda goldwing

You can pick up a complete owners/service manual as well as the parts manual on cd. I got mine for my GL1100, then when I upgraded to my GL1200, I picked up another set from the same person.
Contact Wanda G at wickedinaz@cox.net. I believe she still sells the cd's for around $7.00 including the shipping anywhere in the US.
When I got mine, she included both the owners/service manual and the parts manual. Pretty big to download, at around 200mb.
Manuals are good enough, I just rebuilt my engine, and all 4 carbs and I'm no mechanic.

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How to remove faring on 2003 flhtcui harley davidson


I assume you have a really good reason to do this and a half-way decent set of tools. Protect the paint first - towels over the front fender and boulevard lamps. Get a towel for the windshield and the fairing. Get a piece of cardboard and mark out the holes using the diagram. Punch out some holes (i with an awl and a 3/16" allen wrench. Remove the headlamp assembly. The book says that you don't have to do this, but if you don't, fairing removal and installation gets awkward really fast. Loosen (don't remove) the bolts in the order shown. Remove the windshield. Then remove all the screws in the order shown.

Reasembly:
Apply a thin film of silicone grease (plumbing section, hardware store) on the inner fairing gasket. Insert the bolts in the order shown. Do not tighten any bolts until the windshield is in place. Tighten the bolts in the order shown. Gently move the fairing around to make sure that it seats correctly. Use a really light touch on the bolts. Snug is good enough. The threads are brass. If you have an inch torque wrench, then apply no more than 36 INCH-LBS of force.
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1993 electra glide front faring removal


1993/1994 Outer Fairing and Windshield for FLHTC, and FLHTC ULTRA

Removal

First remove the headlight assembly and the bolts, nut and the washers attaching the outer fairing piece to the windshield and inner fairing piece. THEN loosen the four bolts attaching the light bracket and the outer fairing piece to the fork brackets. Remove the upper bolts but leave the lower ones in place. Cover the fender. THEN rest the lower light bracket onto the fender. THEN remove the fastener securing the headlamp trim ring and remove the trim ring. THEN remove five screws that secure then headlamp assembly to the outer fairing and remove the headlamp assembly. THEN reach through the headlamp opening and loosen four locknuts on the two studs on each side of the headlight area which attach the fairing to the metal brackets inside the fairing. THEN remove the fairing by pulling it straight ahead away from the brackets.

Installation

First loosely position the outer fairing in place over the inner faring with the four studs going into the two brackets. Then install the five windshield fasteners through the outer fairing, the windshield and the inner fairing. THEN tighten the four stud nuts to secure the fairing to the brackets, being sure to have the inner and the outer fairing properly aligned at their outside edges. THEN position the light bracket so that the slots fit around the upper fork bracket bolts and thenalign the lower fork bracket mounting holes and replace the two lowering fairing mounting bolts through the light bracket and the outer fairing and the inner fairing and screw them into the lower fork bracket. THEN make sure that the rubber seal around the inner fairing is properly seated and not pinched and tighten the four fairing attachment bolts to 12-13 foot pounds (16 -19 Nm). THEN tighten the windshield screws to 4 inch pounds (0.45 Nm) but no more than this amount starting in the middle and working outwards on both sides. THEN reinstall the headlight assembly.

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    • 1 Place a rear stand under the motorcycle's swing arm to support it.
    • 2 Remove the right side fairing panel from the motorcycle, using a 5 mm Allen wrench to unscrew the fairing's bolts. Pull the fairing slightly away from the motorcycle. Reach behind the fairing and unplug the right front turn signal. Set the fairing aside.
    • 3 Shift the motorcycle into neutral and start the motor. Let it warm up for three minutes, then stop the motor.
    • 4 Place an oil pan beneath the drain plug on the bottom of the motor, centered between the exhaust pipes. Unscrew the filler cap from the clutch cover on the right side of the motorcycle.
    • 5 Unscrew the drain plug, using a 17 mm socket and a socket wrench, and drain the motor's oil into the oil pan. Clean the drain plug with a shop towel and reinsert it into the motor. Use a torque wrench to tighten the drain plug to 22 foot-pounds.
    • 6 Use an oil filter cap wrench to unscrew the oil filter from the right side of the motor.
    • 7 Spread an even coat of 10W40 motor oil over the new oil filter's O-ring. Screw the oil filter onto the motor by hand. Use a torque wrench to tighten the oil filter to 20 foot-pounds.
    • 8 Place a funnel into the clutch cover's filler. Pour up to 3.3 quarts of 10W40 motor oil into the motor. Remove the funnel and screw the filler cap into place.
    • 9 Reinstall the right side fairing panel, using a 5 mm Allen wrench to insert the fairing's bolts.
    • 10 Lower the motorcycle from the rear stand and rest it on its kickstand.

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Fork lock locked up won't unlock


I don't know if this will help. It was sent to me by a friend of mine and I've never tried the procedure. I do not work on these ignition switches and fork locks. This is for a newer model but it may help. Good Luck. Steve

Here's the procedure to remove the IGNITION /LIGHT KEY SWITCH AND FORK LOCK for a 2005 FLHT/C/U or FLTR (Domestic): Tools needed for removing ignition switch A T27 Torx, a small flat blade screwdriver, 7/8 wrench.

1. Remove the outer fairing and windshield

2. To remove the ignition switch, insert the ignition switch key and turn to the UNLOCK position. Leaving the key installed, rotate the knob to ACCESS. Depressing the release button at bottom (left side) with a small screwdriver, push key down and turn an additional 60 degrees in a counter-clockwise direction. Lift and remove knob.

3. Using a 7/8 wrench on flats, loosen switch nut and remove from threaded post of ignition switch housing. Remove collar and spacer.

4. Using a T27 TORX drive head, remove the two screws (with flat washers) that secure fairing cap to left and right sides of fairing.

5. Remove the switch position plate by pulling tabs from slots in faring cap. If necessary, raise the fairing cap slightly to facilitate removal.

6. With the forks turned fully to the left, disconnect the Fairing cap switch connector (105) 12-place Multilock (black), from behind right side of fairing cap. Depress the button on the plus side of the connector to pull apart the pin and socket halves.

7. Remove the fairing cap from the motorcycle.

8. Locate the ignition switch connector (33), 4-place Packard, at bottom of radio. Slide connector off anchor and separate pin and socket halves.
9. Remove the socket screws (with flat washers) and lift the switch housing from the upper fork bracket bore. Route the ignition switch connector to rear of inner fairing and remove switch housing from the vehicle.

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Here is something a friend sent to me. I've never taken one of these switches out so I can't say for sure if this is correct but it's all I have.

Here's the procedure to remove the IGNITION /LIGHT KEY SWITCH AND FORK LOCK for a 2005 FLHT/C/U or FLTR (Domestic): Tools needed for removing ignition switch A T27 Torx, a small flat blade screwdriver, 7/8 wrench.

1. Remove the outer fairing and windshield

2. To remove the ignition switch, insert the ignition switch key and turn to the UNLOCK position. Leaving the key installed, rotate the knob to ACCESS. Depressing the release button at bottom (left side) with a small screwdriver, push key down and turn an additional 60 degrees in a counter-clockwise direction. Lift and remove knob.

3. Using a 7/8 wrench on flats, loosen switch nut and remove from threaded post of ignition switch housing. Remove collar and spacer.

4. Using a T27 TORX drive head, remove the two screws (with flat washers) that secure fairing cap to left and right sides of fairing.

5. Remove the switch position plate by pulling tabs from slots in faring cap. If necessary, raise the fairing cap slightly to facilitate removal.

6. With the forks turned fully to the left, disconnect the Fairing cap switch connector (105) 12-place Multilock (black), from behind right side of fairing cap. Depress the button on the plus side of the connector to pull apart the pin and socket halves.

7. Remove the fairing cap from the motorcycle.

8. Locate the ignition switch connector (33), 4-place Packard, at bottom of radio. Slide connector off anchor and separate pin and socket halves.

9. Remove the socket screws (with flat washers) and lift the switch housing from the upper fork bracket bore. Route the ignition switch connector to rear of inner fairing and remove switch housing from the vehicle.

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How to change handle bars


HANDLEBAR REMOVAL

1. Remove maxi-fuse.


REMOVAL



1. Remove left side saddlebag.




2. Gently pull side cover from frame downtubes (no tools



required).



3. Depress latches on maxi-fuse holder and then slide



cover rearward to disengage tongue from groove in fuse



block cover.



4. Pull maxi-fuse from maxi-fuse holder.

2. Place blanket or protective cover over front of fuel tank to

protect against scratches or other damage.



FLHR/C/S:

Remove the handlebar clamp

(FLHR/C/S), NACELLE REMOVAL (FLHR/C), steps 1-

11, or NACELLE REMOVAL (FLHRS), steps 1-7.


WINDSHIELD/HEADLAMP NACELLE (FLHR/C/S) 2.31


WINDSHIELD REMOVAL
Standing at the front of the motorcycle,

use a finger to raise the wireform latch springs on


both sides of the windshield.


2. Gently pull on the top of the windshield until the upper


notches on the windshield brackets are free of the upper


grommets.


3. Carefully raise the windshield until the lower notches are


free of the lower grommets.


4. Remove windshield from motorcycle.


WINDSHIELD INSTALLATIONTo avoid scratching headlamp nacelle or auxiliary lamp


bracket, be sure that all four notches on the windshield


brackets are firmly seated on a rubber grommet.


1. Standing at the front of the motorcycle, carefully insert


the windshield brackets between the headlamp nacelle


and the auxiliary lamp bracket. Lower the windshield into


position until the lower notches on the windshield brackets


are seated on the lower grommets.


2. Gently push the top of the windshield toward the rear


until the upper notches fully engage the upper grommets.


3. Push down on the wireform latch springs, so that they


overhang the rubber grommets. If some adjustment is


necessary, loosen the retaining screws and rotate the


latch springs into the proper position.


NACELLE REMOVAL (FLHR/C)


1. Remove the windshield. See WINDSHIELD REMOVAL


on this page.


2. Remove the Phillips screw at the bottom of the headlamp


door (chrome ring). Remove the headlamp door.


3. Remove the eight Phillips screws to free the headlamp


housing from the headlamp nacelle.


FLTR:

Remove the instrument nacelle.

UPPER FAIRING/WINDSHIELD (FLTR), INSTRUMENT

NACELLE, REMOVAL.

FLHT/C/U:

Remove the fairing cap.

Remove the outer fairing as follows:


a. Standing at the front of the vehicle, use a T27 TORX


drive head to remove the three outer fairing screws


(with flat washers) just below the windshield.


b. Moving to the inner fairing side, remove the two fairing


screws just above the wind deflectors on the left


and right side.


c. Turn the handlebar to the right and remove the outer


fairing screw reaching in below the left side of the


fairing cap. Turn the handlebar to the left and


remove the fairing screw below the right side of the


fairing cap.


d. Tilting the outer fairing toward the front, squeeze the


two external tabs to remove the wire connector at


the back of the headlamp assembly.


e. Lift the fairing (with headlamp assembly) off the


motorcycle.Since the outer fairing screws hold the windshield in


place, the windshield may fall to the floor if not removed.


UPPER FAIRING/WINDSHIELD (FLHT/C/U), FAIRING

CAP, REMOVAL. Remove the radio (or storage box).



4. Remove the left and right handlebar switch controls..

5. Remove upper handlebar clamp screws (with flat washers).

Remove upper handlebar clamps and handlebar.

HANDLEBAR INSTALLATION


Just reverse for install. This is all from the maunual and I hope it helps you.



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How do I remove the fairing & trimwork to


This is a big project. I would strongly recommend you go to Honda shop,and buy '97 era Goldwing "shop" manual

Not owners manual. "Shop" manual. The same one mechanics use. Otherwise; You are in for a nightmare. I used to run 'ajp' salvage shop, and My master mechanics dreaded doing the job you are doing. just fyi

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How do you remove the fairing on a 2009 FLTR SE3?


There usually are additional fasteners that can be found when the headlight assembly is removed, I have an older model and there are four nuts on studs that are attached to the outer fairing tightend onto a frame work between the two halves. Once these are loosened the front assembly slides forward.

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I need to remove the seat


The first thing you have to do is to remove the fairings on both sides. The ones I am referring to are from the fuel **** to the back tail light. Do this very carefully as the part of the fairing close to the fuel on off reserve is very easily broken, so use a screw driver and gently pry it off, there is also a turn screw that has to be turned with a screw driver that holds this fairing in place it is below the fuel on off knob, turn it to loosen the fairing gently pry off the other parts toward the back of the tail light and this whole section can be removed. Once this side is off do the other side using the same gentle technique. Once these two are off there are two screw bolts holding the seat in place. Once they are removed then pull the seat up gently and back as there is a part that slides under an opening that part of the seat underside fits into. Once off you can access the battery which is under a covering which must be removed. This is all an example of some poor engineering from Honda. I would have expected better but this is what you get. Good luck, putting those fairings back on have to be done with equal gentle techniques to insure you do not break those fairing sections that hold the fairing in place. More bad engineering from Honda.

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