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Old April 24th @ 05:31 pm   #1
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From: (Home) Las Vegas; (Stationed) Alaska; (currently) East Paktika, Afghanistan

Motorcycle: (2) 1984 Matty-Legs (they're SUPER fast!)
...so when I laid down my bike-my right turn signal stopped working (that's when I noticed the turn signal on the dash blinking twice as fast). Any suggestions?...and yes, everything is plugged in.

Also, I can't get my key to turn the lock on my trunk. The key got twisted like a pretzel when I tried. Any suggestions on how to get it opened, and how to fix the problem so it doesn't happen again? {kind of figured it out}---My cable stretched, and my lock is loose in the hole mount. It'll be fixed though when I get a undertail.

I'm sure I could figure it out with trial and error, and with time, but right now time is NOT MY FRIEND!

 
 
Old April 24th @ 07:09 pm   #2
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Originally Posted by mattyrides07
...so when I laid down my bike-my right turn signal stopped working (that's when I noticed the turn signal on the dash blinking twice as fast). Any suggestions?...and yes, everything is plugged in.

Also, I can't get my key to turn the lock on my trunk. The key got twisted like a pretzel when I tried. Any suggestions on how to get it opened, and how to fix the problem so it doesn't happen again?

I'm sure I could figure it out with trial and error, and with time, but right now time is NOT MY FRIEND!
Is the lamp burned out Squirt some graphite in lock and be gentle with the key
 
 
Old April 24th @ 11:45 pm   #3
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From: (Home) Las Vegas; (Stationed) Alaska; (currently) East Paktika, Afghanistan

Motorcycle: (2) 1984 Matty-Legs (they're SUPER fast!)
Quote:
Originally Posted by don-FILA
Quote:
Originally Posted by mattyrides07
...so when I laid down my bike-my right turn signal stopped working (that's when I noticed the turn signal on the dash blinking twice as fast). Any suggestions?...and yes, everything is plugged in.

Also, I can't get my key to turn the lock on my trunk. The key got twisted like a pretzel when I tried. Any suggestions on how to get it opened, and how to fix the problem so it doesn't happen again?

I'm sure I could figure it out with trial and error, and with time, but right now time is NOT MY FRIEND!
Is the lamp burned out Squirt some graphite in lock and be gentle with the key
DUH!!! That's probably it- I need a new bulb. I'm such an idiot!
 
 
Old April 25th @ 05:28 am   #4
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From: Las Vegas/Summerlin

Motorcycle: 2005 Suzuki Hayabusa LE/2007 Suzuki GSXR600/2000 Honda CBR600F4
Quote:
Originally Posted by mattyrides07
Quote:
Originally Posted by don-FILA
Quote:
Originally Posted by mattyrides07
...so when I laid down my bike-my right turn signal stopped working (that's when I noticed the turn signal on the dash blinking twice as fast). Any suggestions?...and yes, everything is plugged in.

Also, I can't get my key to turn the lock on my trunk. The key got twisted like a pretzel when I tried. Any suggestions on how to get it opened, and how to fix the problem so it doesn't happen again?

I'm sure I could figure it out with trial and error, and with time, but right now time is NOT MY FRIEND!
Is the lamp burned out Squirt some graphite in lock and be gentle with the key
DUH!!! That's probably it- I need a new bulb. I'm such an idiot!
I've got a bulb if you need it. Lemme know if you want to hook up.
 
 
Old April 26th @ 10:57 am   #5
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From: (Home) Las Vegas; (Stationed) Alaska; (currently) East Paktika, Afghanistan

Motorcycle: (2) 1984 Matty-Legs (they're SUPER fast!)

I've got a bulb if you need it. Lemme know if you want to hook up.
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Totally. I'll call you todday on my way to school. Thanks Eric!!!!
 
 
Old April 27th @ 07:49 pm   #6
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From: (Home) Las Vegas; (Stationed) Alaska; (currently) East Paktika, Afghanistan

Motorcycle: (2) 1984 Matty-Legs (they're SUPER fast!)
It's all done and back up running!!!!
 
 



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