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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-30-2005, 09:46 PM Thread Starter
 
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which fuse for the tail light

which fuse would i have to change out for the running light on the tail light. Not sure how i did it, but i did. is it in the fuse box on the left side with the rest of the fuses?
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-30-2005, 09:49 PM
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yes, it's in the fuse box. i believe it's marked. don't make me look it up.
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haha. thanks fu cker.
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check it out, i got the diagrams. if it's not marked, i'll look it up for ya.
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i've never had to f*ck with the fuses before, which fairing do i gotta take off to get to it? or is there another way i can get to the box?
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it's under the left mid.
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it's right there tucked in my frame... see it?
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Just unlock the left side fairing screw, take out the plastic piece on the top of the fairing, and I usually take out the top bolt, then pull it out away from the bike. the fuse box is covered with a rubber cap, then a plastic cap, and the tail light fuse it the 2nd 10 amp fuse from the front of the bike. I think it's the third one back overall.
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alright cool. i remember seeing it when i did my frame sliders now that i think about it. f*ck i think i'm screwed till tomorrow though riding wise, it doesn't have any extra fuses in there does it?
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