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post #1 of 6 Old 09-29-2006, 03:38 PM
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How to change globes in instruments 919??

Hi guys,

I looked thru the small manual that came with my Hornet, and suprise suprise, no mention on how to change the globes in there.MY tacho side is dark.

ANyone explain how to do this job?

Actually, if anyone can hook me up with the workshop manual for any model, but 05 preferably, please let me know who to email etc.

Thanks.

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post #2 of 6 Old 09-29-2006, 03:54 PM
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Hi guys,

I looked thru the small manual that came with my Hornet, and suprise suprise, no mention on how to change the globes in there.MY tacho side is dark.

ANyone explain how to do this job?

Actually, if anyone can hook me up with the workshop manual for any model, but 05 preferably, please let me know who to email etc.

Thanks.
Hi Rob,

It's easy stuff even without the manual... but here is the section you need right from the manual.

Combination Meter.pdf

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tires.... it's what's for dinner!
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Cheers for your help guys (and the aussie / american translation)

Got it.

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Globes = Bulbs
Or, here in 'the south', you can drop the L and just say 'bubs'

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Or, here in 'the south', you can drop the L and just say 'bubs'
Or, here in New England you can refer to them as incandescent illuminators.

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