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Old 09-23-2011, 12:07 PM
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I just bought my first Harley Electra Glide and I would like to remove the Front Fairing and re-install the driving lights that the previous owner removed. How do I take the front fairing off?
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Old 09-23-2011, 12:51 PM
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im guessing its like my street glide. if so three bolts up at windshield, bolt on each side below where street glide fairing mirrors are attached( i think yours doesnt have mirrors attached to fairing but look and you'll see the bolts im talking about), and a bolt on each side through the lower fairing skirt. total of seven bolts. You"ll have to unplug your headlight when removing the outer fairing and connector on mine u just pull to unplug. Make sure you remove your main fuse, look behind bodypanel on left side of bike under seat. You'll see a large, i think orange fuse. This one is very important, make sure you cover your front fender with a mechanics fender protector, pillow, comforter, whatever will keep it from getting dented in case the outer fairing falls. Ask me how i know this can happen. Yep, dont take much to dent much less put a nice scratch on a fender
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If your going to do your own wrenching it would be a good idea to get a service manual. Probably cheap on E-bay.
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i agree, buy the service manual. you'll be glad you did.
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Here's a link to an excellent write up from Bubbas1 on how to remove your fairing. It covers removing both the outer and inner fairing. I used it when I installed my new speakers in my fairing.

http://www.hdforums.com/forum/tourin...ep-w-pics.html
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the 'spot lights' can go on with the fairing in place, the light bar mounts on the outside on the sides of the triple tree.----( cover your fender with a towel while wrestling this into place)

if you are looking for the wiring- It may just be tucked up out of the way.

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Thank you everyone. It's a 2002 Electra Glide Classic.
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If I could do it you can too. Removed mine when I put my new J&M speakers in. Really easy. Protect your fender and have a helper if needed. Go for it.
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The previous owner cut the wires so I'm removing the faiting go find the wires.
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Fairing to find the wires*
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