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quick help: how do u disconnect the main headlight/signal wiring harness?

quick help: how do u disconnect the main headlight/signal wiring harness?

im working in a tight space in the left side and its hard to get that wiring harness disconnected so i can remove the nose fairing

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large blue and grey connectors under the left ram air housing and the the black plug behind the gauge cluster. should let ya take off the whole nose.




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nevermind.. after i removed that plastic piece connected to the tank cover, it was a breeze

thanks anyways

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that's the piece i was referring to. glad ya got it taken care of.




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Best tool to have is the shop manual. Makes things go much more smoothly. Should be your first purchase for the bike other than proper gear.
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