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post #1 of 11 Old 05-14-2013, 03:30 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for Headlight and Tailight Fuse Location for Trackday

Looking for Headlight and Tailight Fuse Location for Trackday

Please share where if you know..

I pulled seat and dont see it...
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It's under the seat.

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No, really, it's up front in the left inner fairing by the rectifier.

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There are a few fuses in the tail section near the exhaust servo motor, but the lights fuses are up front. Just pull the left fairing trim piece below the clip-on and you should see the rectifier and fuse block right there. One screw and one push pin and you'll have access.

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There are a few fuses in the tail section near the exhaust servo motor, but the lights fuses are up front. Just pull the left fairing trim piece below the clip-on and you should see the rectifier and fuse block right there. One screw and one push pin and you'll have access.
lol real funny! seen those but mostly spares under seat lol

Ill pull tonight!!!!

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that area correct?
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That's it.

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