Grand Prix 125
Main Motorcycle: '12 Scrambler
Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Portland, OR
Other Motorcycle: '09 Street Triple R
Extra Motorcycle: 1955 Sears Allstate Puch
I actually went through this activity when putting on the accessory radiator cowls.
Unfortunately, you're not going to like the answer. To get to where they are plugged into their harness, you need to remove (completely) the tank, disconnecting all the lines. Then remove all the electrical connections on top of the airbox, then pull the airbox completely out.
The connectors route and sit on the top of the engine. Convenient huh?
Hindsight being 20/20, I would have save time and effort and just pulled out the wires as much as possible then snip them. And solder and shrinkwrap the indicator. If you do a good job it will look factory.
Otherwise, plan yourself about 1-2 hours for the job. (took me 2, taking my time to do both indicators)
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