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  1. Thunderbird985
    09-14-2012 11:33 PM - permalink
    Hey there Casey,

    Underneath your seat, there will be a dust cover. You can find it by following the turn signal wires back. There is a clip inside the dust cover that will release the tail light wire so you can take the whole fender off (turn signals attached) to work on removing the blinkers. The blinkers are only held in by the tough, thick rubber that they're made of, so you'll have to pry them out of the fender using a screw driver and/or pliers.

    Once you get the turn signal out of the fender, you'll still have that rubber "boot" thing that was so tough to get out in the first place. The next difficult part is getting that rubber boot off. I cut the hell out of it using a pair of diagnal cutters. The easy way would be to cut the wires and reconnect them after getting the boot off. I'm not a fan of cutting wires, so I did it the hard way. Let me know if you have any other quetsions, I'll get back to you sooner this time.
  2. CaseyL89
    09-03-2012 09:26 PM - permalink
    Hey their I just read your post about the fender eliminator/tail tidy job you did. I am having alot of trouble unhooking the turn signals from the fneder and am a bit confused about how you did it. Currently the turn signals are still attached to the fender and it is all hanging by the turn signals wires which are attached to the battery or wherever they connect becaus I cna't figure out how to unplug them either. Please Help!

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    Las Vegas, NV
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    2012 Ninja 650 [Metallic Spark Black]


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