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Old 12-May-2003, 10:49 PM
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Clocks removal - how?

I'm trying to fit a new clock surround. To do this I need to remove the tacho and temp. I can remove the tacho easily but the rest is just a mistery.

Anyone know what I need to remove? Maybe the lights? And if so how do you remove the lights?
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Old 12-May-2003, 10:58 PM
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Remove complete fairing, then remove headlight adjusting screw, next you need to pull out the headlight unit the top of which is located on a couple of lugs into rubber, i find it best to squirt a bit of WD40 into the locating rubbers first, then you need to reach in and unclip the lighting wiring connector. With this out of the way it is possible to access the nuts holding the clocks in place.
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Old 13-May-2003, 11:58 AM
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cheers for that

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Old 13-May-2003, 11:59 AM
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Easy solution: buy the Haynes manual
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Easy solution: buy the Haynes manual

And do the opposite of what it says lol
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Old 13-May-2003, 02:23 PM
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And do the opposite of what it says

Well, of course!
The only reason I ever use the Haynes manual is for the exploded diagrams so you can work out yourself how if falls apart!
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Old 14-May-2003, 04:44 PM
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nah!

spent the money on DSC membership. Better than Haynes
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