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2016 STR front side panel removal

Anyone know how to remove the side panels on this model? Or have a link to instructions?

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post #2 of 5 Old 10-13-19, 16:25
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Do you mean the radiator shrouds? If so, yes. If youíre referring to something else, please explain.

Thereís a few h5 (I think 5...maybe h4?) Allen bolts holding the shrouds on. Iíll be removing mine later today or tomorrow to flush the rad fluid and can take some pics/video if you need.
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Yes, the shrouds I can find 2 5mm allen bolts but I cannot figure out how the red accent panels come off? I need to get at the electrical connector for the heated handgrips on the right side. Also, there appears to be some sort of phillips head thing too. But it just spins when I turn it. It doesn't back out at all.

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Yes, the shrouds I can find 2 5mm allen bolts but I cannot figure out how the red accent panels come off? I need to get at the electrical connector for the heated handgrips on the right side. Also, there appears to be some sort of phillips head thing too. But it just spins when I turn it. It doesn't back out at all.


Loosen the bolt that holds the indicator on to get the red part of the cowl off.
The Phillips head has a 5mm going into it.
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Loosen the bolt that holds the indicator on to get the red part of the cowl off.
The Phillips head has a 5mm going into it.
Thanks! The 5mm indicator bolt was the trick.

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