Rear Turn Signal Removal

Rear Turn Signal Removal

Postby Keith64 » Fri Dec 21, 2018 10:58 pm

Looking for advise on rear turn signal disassembly. One of mine has a crack and I'm taking it apart to epxoy it. The photo shows where I'm at nothing is moving easily and I don't want to force anything.
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From the parts diagram it looks like the signal bolt should slide out of the taillight bracket, then threads into the plastic housing / base? So slide it out then unthread from the plastic housing?

Any good ways to repair the cracks? I was thinking epoxy for plastic.
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Re: Rear Turn Signal Removal

Postby tevan » Sat Dec 22, 2018 6:39 am

It will slide out of the taillight bracket. I would not unscrew the big nut from the signal as most of the time it will be very tight and I think you will do more damage to signal. I would just epoxy the crack as is unless you want to replace the signal. Big $$$$$$$.
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Re: Rear Turn Signal Removal

Postby wyly » Sat Dec 22, 2018 5:31 pm

I think there are other period hondas signals that may work... a repo set of 4 sells for $140-150
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Re: Rear Turn Signal Removal

Postby Larry Zimmer » Sun Dec 23, 2018 11:54 am

You can get a set more reasonable from Louis at usedcbxparts@hotmail.com
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