Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Dacula, Georgia
Kind of a funny story about replacing a driving light bulb....
I am definitely mechanically challenged when it comes to working on the bike, so when I had a bulb burn out, my first call was to my dealer. First of all, Kawasaki is VERY proud of the H8 bulbs they sell. Can't remember the price they quoted me, but it was high enough to send me straight to the Autozone for a generic H8.
Then when I asked the dealer how you replace the bulb, they told me you have to remove the fairing to get to it, and they quoted me two hours shop time to make the replacement! Luckily, a little research on this forum found you could access the bulb through the glove box, so I was able to change it myself in about 15 minutes.
2010 Vulcan Voyager 1700
2009 Vulcan 900 Classic LT (Traded after 18,500 Miles)
SCRC # 009067, VROC # 32735
Road Captain & 1st Officer, SCRC Chapter 09 - North Georgia