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I have a 2007 fjr 1300 and need info about changing spark plugs. I understand the gas tank must be removed. Is this a great effort and can you instruct me.

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The tank needs to be lifted. It can be propped but it is easier to remove it completely. First undo the two 10mm bolts next to the headstock which secure the front of the tank. Next loosen the rear through bolt that holds the back of the tank but do not remove entirely yet. Then tilt the tank back until you can see the two electrical connectors on the underside of the tank and disconnect these (they have a little plastic tag which needs to be depressed while pulling the body of the connector). Once these are undone trace the fuel hose from the tank to the fuel rail connector which is on the left top of the engine. This needs disconnecting by sliding the coloured clasp sideways towards the outside of the bike then push the connector further onto the fuel rail stub before pressing the two grey buttons one on the top of the connector and one underneath. Once these are pressed hold them down and pull the whole connector backwards which should release it from the fuel rail. Now place the tank back down and remove the previously loosened rear pivot bolt fully. The tank can now be lifted clear of the bike.

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