Question about 1994 Honda CB 250 Nighthawk
The front turn signal assemblies, which are made of plastic, are literally rotting away and need to be replaced on my 1994 Honda CB250. I have the new assemblies, which come with long wires attached. It seems I need to dismantle much of the front of the bike to get at the wiring properly. Can anyone give me a quick tutorial?
The connectors for the turn signals are behind the headlight, that is very easy to pull out, if u don't want to do that then just buy some wiring "****" connectors from Radio Shack and a crimping tool to install them and splice the wires from the old signals to the new ones, I have changed these lights and it is an easy job..
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Replacing tail/brake/turn signal/backup lamp bulbs (page 59-60 of owners manual)
The tail lamp, brake lamp, turn
signal lamp and backup lamp bulbs
are located in the same portion of
the tail lamp assembly. Follow the
same steps to replace either bulb.
1. Make sure headlamp switch is in
OFF position and open trunk and
remove two plastic mushroom nuts,
three push pins and the plastic
cover from inside the trunk to
access the lamp assembly.
2. Carefully pull the carpet away to
expose the lamp assembly hardware.
3. Remove four nut and washer
assemblies and the lamp assembly
from the vehicle.
4. Remove the bulb socket by
rotating it counterclockwise, then
pulling it out of the lamp assembly.
5. Pull the bulb from the socket and
push in the new bulb.
6. Install the bulb socket into the lamp assembly by rotating it clockwise.
7. Install the lamp assembly on the vehicle with four nut and washer
assemblies ensuring the washers on the nuts are flush with the body to
prevent water from entering the trunk.
8. Carefully push the carpet back in to place and install the plastic cover
inside the trunk with three push pins and two plastic mushroom nuts.
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