Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Penang, Malaysia
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Yes, I've done it and took me a few hours, took a day off and came back with vengence. It is so freaking tight, and it seems like the reflector cup will break from the tugging and pulling.
Well, the trick I found was to use WD-40 on the socket. Read carefully now on how to get WD-40 on the right spot. The electrical connection is a 'blade' type on the bulb side and the socket side has 'C' profile. This 'C' clamps is really tight on the connection. The socket has a 'door' with a hinge at its rear. Open it, and spray WD-40 inside it, let soak for a few seconds. Aim for the 'C' and blades. Now apply that Hulk strength and it should come off easier.
Yes, it is correct, there is no need to remove the headlamp off the bike. I could reach both bulbs to have them removed.
Present Ride: Yamaha Super Tenere 2012
2011 to 2015 2011 Versys Spark BlackKawasaki Ninja 2010 to 2011 250R 2008 Plasma Blue
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