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Mid Fairing Upper Clip

So I changed my fuse and now everything works perfectly:icon_lol:. I got the clips on the seat back on, but can't for the life of me figure out how to work the middle fairing clip (the plastic black one). How do I reattach it to the fairing?
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are you referring to the one that connects the mid and the air cover together? if so they put in. Pull the middle up some, so you can slid it into the hole. Then push the middle in which locks in the clip.

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Here is the clip on the other side

The Clip up close
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once you get it loose throw it away and get the screw style ones ( used at the bottom of the lowers ) or similar style at any car parts store will save your sanity



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what is hard about it? you push in the center to release it.

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It wasn't moving. I was afraid of breaking it, but I got it. It just took a little force.
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That same clip gave me HELL.... HELL I TELL YOU!!! lol

I ended up breaking it trying to figure out how to get it off... not that it mattered, since the whole left side was trashed anyway... lol

I'm going to get the same one when I put it back together, because I like the look of it better, as oppose to the screw type... it's smooth!

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That clip is a real pain in the rump. I'm going with moeman's suggestion and getting the plastic screw types that the lower fairings use to attach together.
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mine sticks up like a bug's wings

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