Re: Headlight bulb replacement
- Sure is! They're even fairly easy to replace on a Trophy.
1) Go to Autozone (you do live in the US?) & ask for an H4 Halogen
headlight, 60/55 watts.
2) Remove the cover on the nosecone of your fairing (undeside of headlights).
3) Find the rubber cover over the light burned out and pull it back off the
4) Unplug the wiring harness from the light bulb.
5) Twist the bracket holding the bulb in place to unlock and remove the bulb.
6) Put the new bulb in place -- it will only fit one way.
7) Relock the bracket.
8) Reconnect the wiring harness (again -- it will only go on one way).
9) Replace the rubber cover over the wiring harness
10) Replace the nosecone.
Triumph recommends disconnecting a battery lead "just in case" before
starting. A good idea. Don't forget to re-connect & reset your clock when
Total time: About 10 minutes with new bulb already in hand. Tools needed: 1
Allen wrench to remove the nosecone.
Jack Goertz -- who's replaced one headlight bulb about 2 weeks ago!
'96 Trophy 1200
At 09:51 AM 4/5/00 PDT, you wrote:
>One of my headlights is out, but it works on highbeam. Is that just the