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Old 04-14-2010, 07:49 AM   #1
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Fuse box

Can someone point me to the fuse box on an 08`.
I have looked at a manual but it is so garbled I`m having trouble finding my fuse box.
Not having any problems but, I figure it would be good to know the location in case of problems on the road.
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Re: Fuse box

Remove the seat, and take off the right rear bodywork panel. It's located behind the plastic panel. It's not very big with a flip up cover on it. Can't miss it. Hope that helps.
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Re: Fuse box

Thanks man.
Does the panel snap off or do you have to use tools to remove it?.
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Re: Fuse box

One Allen head screw underseat and plastic pin insert/rubber grommet, (be careful not to snap this off), foreside of the panel.

Pull the panel off sideways off of bike after taking out the screw underseat.
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Re: Fuse box

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One Allen head screw underseat and plastic pin insert/rubber grommet, (be careful not to snap this off), foreside of the panel.

Pull the panel off sideways off of bike after taking out the screw underseat.
Thanks Segue00 for filling in the details, I was asleep at the wheel today. I should have included that bit of info in my original post.
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Re: Fuse box

Thanks for the help.
Your advice will keep me from breaking something.
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