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On my 2007 TDM 900 the rear light bulb is accessed by removing the seat and reaching into rear "cowl". The light bulb holder twists and then pulls out. It's quite a small space, especially if you have big hands ;-)
Hi Paul. Your model of TDM is known for this problem. The design of the ignition system is poor and allows moisture to accumulate, leading to loss of spark on one cylinder. The good news is that you can fix it with a little effort. You can find some advice on fixing it here: http://jbx9.free.fr/tdm/index.php?page=ISSUES#1_5
This thread on Carpe-TDM may also help: http://www.carpe-tdm.net/ipb/index.php?showtopic=15971
Best of luck. The TDM is a great bike once you have ironed out the niggles.
first remove seat then remove tank, unbolt the 2 nuts holding the fuel pump on then disconnect wiring and then wiring from battery remove 2 bolts holding in battery box and remove through whole where fuel pump was (take care with battery wiring).
Hello! I used to own a 1991 XTZ (Off road version of your TDM) And the battery if I remember is behind the right side panel, these are a push fit so be careful when pulling them off. Gently pull towards yourself one edge at a time, If not right side try left. You'll be investigating under your seat too as there should be a tool kit in your tail piece to help remove battery.
Merry Christmas ans remember push the Blue FixYa button!