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Running light on front fairing 2014 Triumph 675R

Discussion in 'How To's' started by rob kirk, Apr 2, 2020.

  1. rob kirk

    rob kirk

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    Like to know how hard and how to remove the bulb that goes between the 2 headlights
     
  2. RICH675

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    Hi @rob kirk
    I changed my screen and did it then. Not a massive job and there may be an easier way tho.
     
  3. I think it’s sandwiched in by the screen, i could be wrong though
     
  4. rob kirk

    rob kirk

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    RICH 675 . Does the front nose fairing have to come off ? What is the best way to get to the bulb ?
     
  5. rob kirk

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    Whats the best way to get to this bulb?
     
  6. D675hogg

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    Just need to remove the screen that’s all. Simple job.
     
  7. rob kirk

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    Could you give me more information on removing the screen, need help thanks
     
  8. D675hogg

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    It’s a few bolts that need to be undone at the top the screen that connect to rubber bolts on the underside. 4 of them in total if I remember. The screen will then pull out towards the tank. 5 min job if that. Don’t think you have to take the mirrors off but if you do it’s another 5 min job.
     
  9. rob kirk

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    Thanks, I will try today, just a little confused on what you call the screen ?
     
  10. D675hogg

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    The windscreen...... yellow circle.
    4 bolts.... red circles

    IMG_3415.JPG
     
  11. towser

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    Mirrors at least need to be loosened.
     
  12. rob kirk

    rob kirk

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    Thanks guys, it worked so well and again thanks to all
     
  13. D675hogg

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    Good stuff. Glad you got it sorted.
     

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