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Headlight bulb change help
Written by timdearborn on 5/24/2011 at 02:11 am

For a great write-up, including details about the retainer clip - go to the
Files section of the forum and look for "PC800 Headlight Bulb Removal.doc".

-Tim Dearborn
Blue Island, IL, USA
'96 Pacific Coast, "Tuppie", 38K

--- In ipcrc@yahoogroups.com, "goldwingman40" <goldwingman@...> wrote:
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> Dean,
> Go look in the service manual either yours or the on line one. Then look in
the photos section for ones that show the wire retaining clip and how to undo
it. Somewhere there was a writeup on changing the heahlight bulb.
> Fred
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> --- In ipcrc@yahoogroups.com, "chorizoneggs" <deancorbella@> wrote:
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> > I pulled off the rubber boot thing and the bulb doesn't want to come out. Do
I twist it? Feels stuck like it might break. Thanks in advance.
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Message Thread for message #103716

chorizoneggs
5/24/2011, 01:40 am
Headlight bulb change help
I pulled off the rubber boot thing and the bulb doesn't want to come out. Do I twist it? Feels stuck like it might break. Thanks in advance.

    goldwingman40
    5/24/2011, 01:56 am
    Headlight bulb change help
    Dean, Go look in the service manual either yours or the on line one. Then look in the photos section for ones that show the wire retaining clip and how to undo it. Somewhere there was a writeup on changing the heahlight bulb. Fred

      timdearborn
      5/24/2011, 02:11 am
      Headlight bulb change help
      For a great write-up, including details about the retainer clip - go to the Files section of the forum and look for "PC800 Headlight Bulb Removal.doc". -Tim Dearborn Blue Island, IL, USA '96 Pacific Coast, "Tuppie",

    alfr4d
    5/24/2011, 02:09 am
    Headlight bulb change help
    It locks with a handle, comparable with the one on car headlights. remove the plastic under the light (three screws). Remove the light plug with notion on its position, remove the rubber cap, look with a mirror for where the clamp handle is a