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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1.cover the tank with towls beachtowls 2.remove switches,unbolt both ,clutch and front brake from bars,leftside grip pry under it with a flat crewdriver and spray under it with hairspray and turn on it to make it come off, right side loosen the bars and move them so when you loosen the rightside it can come right off.unbolt the bars from center of the bars
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
Drain the fuel either by siphening or removing the cross over tube at the front of the tank and letting it drain that way or just block off those cross over lines and leave the fule in the tank for removal.
0) remove seat
1) drain fuel
2) undo cross over line (bottom front of gas tank.
3) shut off pet **** and remove fuel line from pet ****.
4)there should only be 2 bolts holding the tank on, one at the top front of the tank and one at the back of the tank.
All in all a pretty easy (but possibloy messy) job.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
Turn the Bike on and the Radio off and then follow the buttons on the screen. Most people think you have to do it while it is running and this does not work
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
Disconnect battery , remove the outer primary case, pull back the lock tab on the starter jackshaft, unbolt the retainer screw, then remove the two starter bolts from the right side, sometimes you need to loosen the oil tank mounts to get at these, slip the starter and coupler out as a unit, replace the coupler and jackshaft the same way they came out when the new starter goes in, install bolts , retighten the jackshaft bolt and bend over the retainer, install and fill primary case, connect battery thats it buddy
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
You say there is power at the fuse. ok . You need to also check now if there is power to the headlight and spotlights, if yes, then it is possible your globes have blown. If no power to the back of the lights, then the problem exists in your lighting switches.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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