Join Date: Apr 2002
Location: Issaquah, WA, USA
Re: parts needed for clock setting
You "might" be able to get the rubber plugs, but I don't think they are offered alone. I know you can't order the little plastic pieces that transfer the pressure to the clock buttons. I used some pieces from the plastic that holds parts to models, (cars, planes, etc.).
Originally Posted by wa1200lt
I am a maroon (sic). I have been unable to set the clock since I got my bike so following the advice of a previous thread I discovered that whatever transfers the pressure from the little rubber covers over the switches on the dash are missing. I tried a few things such as short pieces of toothpick, and a few other pieces of flotsam and jetsam I had laying around. Wasn't impressed with anything I found so I just stuffed the rubber covers back over the holes with the intention of getting the correct parts.
I did not fully seat the rubber covers and when my dear wife (now this is embarrassing) washed the bike for me prior to a road trip she apparently rubbed the little covers out of the holes. I admonished her strongly for this (NOT)!
So I need to know where to find an illustrated breakdown with part numbers so I can get these parts ordered
BTW, I did set the clock!
'01 K1200LT, totaled with 180,000 miles, 10/18/07,
'97, '99, '01, '05, '07 & '09 Iron Butt Rallies, (won the '99)
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