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I have an 84 Kawasaki 550, the cluster lights for neutral, high beam ect do not work, I bought this used last summer, am hoping its just bulbs, I took the back off the cluster to get to the bulbs, What I need to know id how to get the bulbs out, Do they push n turn or just pull out, I do not want to break anything in the process, I know they are in there snug.

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Hi,the bulbs just pull out,and yes they will be snug.

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