GEN 2 Fuse access (pics)

Discussion in 'Gen II Busa Information' started by UncleSteve, Jan 3, 2009.

  1. UncleSteve

    UncleSteve Gear good - roadrash bad Donating Member Registered

    For anyone that has not removed the plastic to gain access to fuses or the inner fairing, here is a how to with pics.

    The first pins are on the left and right sides. A small flat blade screw driver or pocket knife is needed to lift the center pin up. Unlike Suzuki's other push pins that require you to press in the center to release them.
    There is one small bolt located in the center in front of the ignition switch, I think it requires a 4mm allen. I never put it back in, did not need it.
     

    Attached Files:

    Last edited: Jan 3, 2009
  2. UncleSteve

    UncleSteve Gear good - roadrash bad Donating Member Registered

    this is the first piece you must remove.
     

    Attached Files:

  3. UncleSteve

    UncleSteve Gear good - roadrash bad Donating Member Registered

    remove these two push pins next, press in the center to release them, then pull them out.

    Now it gets tricky, carefully pull on the sides of this plastic panel until it releases from the middle. It snaps into the dash in the middle. Don't try to pull from one side only. Alternate sides, pull on it a little on each end until it releases. Yellow arrows point at pin locations.
     

    Attached Files:

    Last edited by a moderator: Jan 4, 2009
  4. UncleSteve

    UncleSteve Gear good - roadrash bad Donating Member Registered

    here are the two pins. 4 total for this piece.
     

    Attached Files:

    Last edited: Jan 3, 2009
  5. UncleSteve

    UncleSteve Gear good - roadrash bad Donating Member Registered

    removing the upper dash cover .
     

    Attached Files:

  6. UncleSteve

    UncleSteve Gear good - roadrash bad Donating Member Registered

    Remove the left side panel to access fuses.
    There is one small Philips screw and a 4mm allen bolt.
    All this to get to a fuse :cussing:
     

    Attached Files:

  7. UncleSteve

    UncleSteve Gear good - roadrash bad Donating Member Registered

    Finally you can see the fuses.
    You can probably do this with the factory tool kit. I would add a small screw driver (flat blade) and make sure you have 4mm 5mm and 6mm allen wrenches, your seat uses a 6mm.
    The two bottom fuses are spares, a couple extras in the tool kit is a good idea.
     

    Attached Files:

  8. Rainbow_Boy

    Rainbow_Boy Registered

    aha. so that's where they go. 1000mls running in procedure completed. the boredom has gone. all i need now is a dry road (maybe late feb).:lol:
     
  9. sullyjones

    sullyjones Donating Member

    Certainly tucked that out of the way , could they make it any more difficult :laugh:
     
  10. NINJA KILLER

    NINJA KILLER JUST CRUISN ' Donating Member

    Nice Walk Thru , Steve !! :thumbsup:
     
  11. apehog

    apehog Registered

    Thanks buddy...they sure make things harder than they need to be....
     
  12. skydivr

    skydivr Jumps from perfectly good Airplanes Donating Member

    Talk about timing - I am wiring the power for my GPS today thanks much!
     
  13. CCbusa05

    CCbusa05 Donating Member

    Great heads-up post. Should become a sticky!
     
  14. semperfi

    semperfi Registered

    Yep, this should be pinned. Thanks Steve.
     
  15. 05BUSABLU

    05BUSABLU Donating Member

    good walk through, i need those hids and some other goodies you got
     

    Attached Files:

  16. DEMMYM

    DEMMYM Donating Member Registered

    Is that switch for the Flux Capacitor I keep hearing about.
     
  17. UncleSteve

    UncleSteve Gear good - roadrash bad Donating Member Registered

    Answers on the pic
     

    Attached Files:

  18. Joker

    Joker Registered

    Thanks ::4
     
  19. warp10

    warp10 Donating Member Registered

    great job steve ::6
     
  20. EarlyBird

    EarlyBird Donating Member

    :thumbsup:Good post:thumbsup:
     

Share This Page