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How do i remove the fuse box?

I am replaceing the carburetor assembly and am told I need to remove all bolts holding the airbox and the rear fender and push them backwards so that I have room to remove the carbs. The fuse box is placed onto the side of the rear fender.

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You don't take the fender off, you just have to slide it back a little. There is enough play in the wiring harness to the fuse box to allow you to do that.

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Theres a big lip holding it. Make sure all cables and pipes/hoses are removed, spray with some WD40 or similar spray lube and then try prying it with something that won't damage the carbs or engine.

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SOURCE: i broke off the top of a bolt on the rear fender

Hi,
The easiest way is to do the following:

  1. If it is a M8 bolt you will need a 6mm drill bit
  2. Mark the very center of the broken stud with a good dot punch.
  3. Drill the center of the bolt till almost right through the broken bolt.
  4. Spray with penetrating oil or anti seize lubricant.
  5. Go to a Autoparts store and get a good set of eazi-out tools. They look like a screw but they thread is going in the opposite direction.
  6. Then when you get home the lubricant should have done the job, wind the tool into the drilled hole. The pack will have "how too use" instructions. The tool will bind to the edges and if all going well start to wind the broken bolt out.
NOTE: Dont try to put to much force on these tools as the smaller ones can break an then it really will be difficult to get it out.Hope this helps,let me know how you get on.

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There is a hook-like bracket that secures it to the fender. It takes a little "oomph", but you should be able to slide the seat aft and release it.

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Suzuki cycle dealer will sell the bolts in a kit did you know?

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