Whoa - this is just the information I need, but a little confused. I disassembled the rear fender, removed the tiny machine screw & the 1st plate it goes through, but wasn't able to figure out why things wiggle. Tried to remove the signal from the fender, but wasn't able to & didn't use much force. Please explain how the signal can be inserted wrong & result in wiggle. Is the rubber component part of the signal or a separate item? Sorry to be a bug about this, but it's hard to what's going on in the garage & too cold to work outside as winter has returned to NE OH for a while. You can't give me too much information at this point. Should I remove the signal from the fender & maybe use a lubricant to reinstall to make sure the rubber component pops into position? Is the flat blade screwdriver used to move the rubber into its expanded position? Is mine likely not expanded properly?
To start, the signal has a internal groove that matches the fender , very easy not to get the full base inserted. The first internal plate forces the rubber outward, the second plate forces the external rubber into the retaining plate and the screw holds it in place, which I added a very tiny amount of 242 loctite, as fasteners below 1/4 inch 242 is like permanent locktite, use it sparingly, I did the same but regular amount for the fasteners in the seat area were the fender attaches to.
Fast way, take out both plates and screw inside the signal and remove from fender, you will need a slot screwdriver to guide
the rubber back into fender.
Really simple once you see it, just remember I don't have a manual and was installing my Givi 56 case and hadn't planned on tearing the whole fender appart to install the signal relocation kit, that totally lacked
in instructions on how to.