- published: 12 Feb 2017
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This is video vlog showing how to replace the stoke on Suzuki Wagon R+.
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Modified brake and turn signals on second generation Suzuki Bandit with Givi Wingrack ll. - Turn signals housings spray-painted chrome on the insude, shortened stalks (removed rubber part) and mounted on the Givi rack by a single screw. Light bulbs are unmodified 21W 1156. - Brake bulbs replaced with 3W Luxeon LED plug-in 1157 replacement bulbs. No modification of the original sockets, reversible to Incandescent any time. - A 20W halogen bulb added in the middle of the case and wired as brake signal. Socket and bulb sourced from an old Ikea 12V/20W desk lamp. All brake lights connected through a VisiStop brake light modulator. - A string of bright red LEDs glued to the inside of the lens. This is mostly cosmetic - they don't add much to the light output. Wired as brake light, but I'...
A little propelled the hills, tight turns, better tempo ...
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DIY on how to repair or replace the turn signal or wiper switch on a Toyota Camry, Solara or Lexus ES300. Some may experience intermittent operation of the turn signals or windshield wipers after many miles. Symptoms include the turn signal not functioning at all on one or both sides, or the switch having to be in a certain spot to work, despite the bulbs and relays checking out okay. This is usually due to worn contacts in the turn signal or wiper switch. The steering wheel and airbag DO NOT have to be removed to access these switches. Three screws are removed from the trim surrounding the steering wheel allowing the covers to be popped off. Two screws hold each the turn signal and wiper switch into their housings, and the electrical connector can be disconnected to remove the switch ...
A laid back ride with a CBR1000RR on the hunt, and stalking stealthily in hopes of closing the gap and pouncing on the elusive GSXR & YZFR6. Will the CBR catch it's prey, or will the prey spirit away? :) Live long, prosper, and God Bless you each and everyone, ride every chance you get, be safe out there, and Keep it Twizted
Not wanting to spend a lot of money on fancy LED turn signals and attempting to re-use as much as possible, I replaced the super long stalks with short ones that I made with the help of my best friend who is a machinist. Read more about my bike project here! http://79suzukigs.blogspot.com/
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Saturn S-series Multifunction Switch Replacement Disclaimer: This video is not meant to be a definitive how to.Always consult a professional repair manual before starting your repair.I am not responsible for any problems that you might incur by watching or following this video. Warning: Always disable the airbags before working in the vicinity of the steering wheel, instrument panel. Saturn S-series gen 2 Multifunction Switch Replacement
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Well it's been one hell of a year! It's New Years Eve and we have a camping trip planned. We start the journey with a normal ride up the Nate-Harrison for breakfast. It's been raining for the last 2 days so we start to take it slow, but not slow enough. He ends up hitting a patch of soft clay and spins out. Myself (standing on the pegs) fully target fixated, tries to sit down and brake at the same time. It doesn't work... I end up destroying his front cockpit assembly which pushes the front end away and thankfully misses him. It also slows the bike down enough in conjunction with the brakes. Moral of the story, F650GS: +1 KLR: 0 *Yes, we're both OK. Bikes are still rideable and getting repaired. Sucks the rain drops are on the lense... lol, Happy New Year. Hope 2017 is better than th...
The wiper switch is removed and installed in this video. It is right under some panels on the steering column. This is a step by step tutorial to help the do it yourself individual. Matthumanpizza is not responsible for anything anybody does to their vehicle, thank you