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Im adding lights to my 2006 street glide.

How do i take off the ignition to take off that plastic cover where the accessory switches go?

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    Thanks for your help pmiller,it was very detailed & accurate.

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You turn the ignition knob to LOCK position, and then you feel under the knob on the left for a switch. Push that up with your finger and at the same time, turn the ignition KEY (not the knob) counter clockwise for about 1/8 turn. You will feel a click and the knob will pull right out. After that, unscrew the collar nut on the threaded section and two metal pieces and a plastic spacer pull off. The fairing cap (the plastic cover) is attached by two bolts, on the outer sides. The wiring loom will disconnect when you unplug the connector.

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