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Old 02-06-2003, 02:16   #1 (permalink)
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roll Installing Clear Front Indicators???

I just ordered some clear front indicators which should be here quite soon and i was just wondering if anyone else has put these on and is it easy and how do you do it??

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Old 02-06-2003, 02:48   #2 (permalink)
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its very easy
All you have to do is remove your headlight by undoing the two top phillips head screws, theres also one on the side, unplug the headlight, slide it out, flip her upside down and the indicator is attached to the bottom via 2 or 3 more phillips head screws, easy!
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Ummm on my ED i didn't have phillips head screws, but 8mm or 10mm bolts holding them in. There were 2 on top, 1 on side and one behind the light(if you have them you will know what i mean). Still a peice of cake tho. Did it in about an hour with a broken wrist, so shouldn't take long for a normal person, lol. Here is a tip tho, plug the indicator wires in before you put the headlight assembly back in, its heaps easier then trying to do it in a confined space(especially the battery side)
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yeah i think i may have the bolts i havent looked since just before posting this which was earlier on today and it was just a quick look and when i seen the headlight near the battery i thought it was going to be a hard task


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oh yeah, sorry for the mistake its 10mm bolts! ah well same job different tool
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