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  1. #16
    Regarding the parking light, you need to unplug it from the assembly so you can take the complete assembly from the bike. Do not pull from cables but with a long nose pliers pull from the little rubber part and wiggle down to loosen the bulb connection There is no clip or anything like that holding it in the hole, just the rubber surface. I forgot to take a picture of the part but wiggle wiggle until you see it is coming down.
    Do not try to access the lamps by unclipping the below clips and trying to get the glass off.! You are almost there….
    Last edited by mayojuaf; 01-09-2012 at 02:00 PM.

  2. #17
    Last steps! Now you can start pulling the lamp assembly slowly downwards and to the front, until you can see the connection from the wire harness to the lamp assembly (facing the bike from the front is at your right). Unclip the harness to the bulbs. See below picture. The screwdriver is showing the clip you need to pull towards you (not up or down). Probably half an inch. then disconect the harness

    then just wiggle with the assembly until you take it out. is not difficult. pull downwards and to the front. when you have the assembly in your hands and start changing the bulbs you will be happy you did not try to do it blind and in such a small space....
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    Last edited by mayojuaf; 01-09-2012 at 02:03 PM.

  3. #18
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    Thumbs up Yes those blasted headlights!!!

    Thanks for this Myojuaf,I was beginning the frustration described of fighting the spring clip off,then "remove the cover".How???2004 GT,same problem of tiny space and blind.So,will remove plastic and be illuminated instead of frustrated!!
    Sometimes,nothing is a real cool hand.

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