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Yamaha Vino 125 Front turn signal replacement

This is a slideshow how to on changing out the front turn signals ona vino 125 scooter.
 
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Step 2: Dont lose these

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when you get this bolt out, the nut and collar on it like to fall and go under things. keep them all in one spot. The order in the photo is the right order they go in.

Step 3: Remove rear headlight screws

Remove the screws on the rear of the head light assembly. there is one on each side. turn the handlebars so they are out of your way.

Step 4: Remove headlight assembly and unplug the headlamp wire.

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remove headlight assembly and unplug the headlamp wire.
Place headlight assembly in a safe place, these are not cheap to replace.

Step 5: Unplug signal wires

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Unlplug the green wire connectors. Be gentle. You DO NOT want to mess up the connectors. Pull from the brass peices NOT the wires.

NOTE: I broke the connector off as you can see in this pic. Luckily for me it was on the end that was connected to the broken signal light

Step 6: Remove the nut

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remove this nut, use a 17mm wrench

Step 7: Take signal light off

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take nut off of wires and remove the old light.

Step 8: Install new signal

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put new wires back through the hole. Then put nut onto wires.

NOTE: the pegs on the bracket must fit into the holes in the rubber base of the signal light.

Step 9: Tighten nut down, connect wires, check for level

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Tiughten the nut down, about 8 ft lbs. not to hard. THen plug the new wires in and check for levelness by looking across the top at the other signal.

NOTE: the one in the pic is NOT level. If this is the case with yours: loosen nut, adjust and tighten till you get it right. OR, just move on if it doesn't bother you
kentwidman5 years ago
Great tutorial, but I'm having problems finding a vino replacement turn signal, same as in your pictures. Could you mention where you got the part from? thanks :)
I ordered mine online from Power Parts Plus. Cost me $12.95 plus shipping. They seem to have pretty much any Yamaha parts you're looking for. www.powerpartsplus.com/
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