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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
well you can please follow the below steps -
Remove the Fairing - 1. Unscrew all seven outer fairing fasteners using a Torx driver. These screws are located on the inner fairing near the windshield, the speakers, and the handlebar clamps.
2. Stand in front of the motorcycle. Tilt the outer fairing toward you and hold it firmly. Reach in and disconnect the wire connectors for the headlight assembly by hand.
3. Move the fairing to a work bench to continue the procedure.
Change the Headlights - 1. Remove the wire harness connectors from the back of each headlight that need replacement. Turn the plastic retainer counterclockwise by hand to remove each bulb from its housing.
2. Install the new headlight bulb or bulbs, with each bulb's wider ears on the bulb back plates oriented toward the top. Screw in the plastic retainer rings by hand.
3. Connect the headlight wire harness connectors to the back of each headlight.
4. Move the fairing back to the motorcycle. Reinstall the fairing, battery and seat in reverse order.
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Posted on Mar 17, 2010
Before you spend for the new alternator, look for loose or dirty connectors. That's common on large twins.
You gave us no idea of automotive/Bike/Repair skills, so I don't know how easy/Hard it will be for you.
Posted on May 03, 2010
SOURCE: My instruments wont work on
Harden is right, it is best to carry a few 10a & 15a fuses, the instruments require a 15a fuse. Disconnect the battery before replacing, but be sure to deactivate the TSSM before the battery and then replace the fuse. It would be wise to follow the wires for the blown fuse, the fuse blew for a reason which is usually a good indicator that something is not right, unless you know of any type of reason for an isolated power surge / short in the system. I have a 2002 FLTR that I got for my Dad and he had the same issue. I have a 2011 FLTRUSE and haven't had this problem yet. I would strongly suggest obtaining a service manual. It cost 60 bucks for for the 2011 at HD, but my pops got his from CLYMER, just add dot.com to Clymer and it was less than half of what I paid, (actually my wife bought it for me). Good luck ...
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