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HOW TO REPLACE HEADLIGHT BULB ON A HONDA VFR INTERCEPTOR 800 2006

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will need
1) to take the front upper cowl out (along with mirrors, push clips under the cowl, cowl screws)
2) with this you will get access to the headlight assembly
3) disconnect the sockets, and replace the bulb
4) assemble in the reverse manner

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