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front wing side indicator disconnection and removal.

Discussion in '101's and Military' started by Wolf Pack, Jan 2, 2022.

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  1. Wolf Pack

    Wolf Pack Active Member

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    Evening All,
    Just removing the offside wing on my 1997 Wolf and the proceedings came to a halt when I had everything off except the side indicator.

    I felt all the way around it and couldn't find a tab to press.

    So, it clearly something obvious, but I've missed it and I'd lost the light, so I thought a question to other Wolf owners (they are, again, peculiar to the Wolf) might help.
     
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    Thanks Mystery, that did it.
    Which AESP is that in please?
    I have several, but couldn't find it.
     
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    2320-D-128-201 5th edition Jan 2009
     
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    I must admit that I never considered looking in Operating Information for that.
    Lesson learned and thanks again.
     
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