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    Looking for this part…
    on: Oct 31, 2022, 04.10 am
    Oct 31, 2022, 04.10 am
    I’m looking for the piece that goes here. Dealer has already sold me the wrong part. I think it’s part # T2072720. What say you?


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    Re: Looking for this part…
    Reply #1 on: Oct 31, 2022, 07.55 am
    Oct 31, 2022, 07.55 am
    EDIT : NO It's NOT that part ! - Will post correct one this evening -
    Seems to missing from the published Parts list, or maybe "hoidden" soemwhere.

    I'll see if I can take mine off tonight when I get back from work,  and read any Part Numbers on it,
    unless Digital - It looks like the panel carrying the Power socket
    next to the Riders left knee, if you have one off the bike to look at ?



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    Last Edit: Oct 31, 2022, 08.13 am by Coconut

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    Re: Looking for this part…
    Reply #2 on: Oct 31, 2022, 08.00 am
    Oct 31, 2022, 08.00 am
    At first glance, there does not seem to be any missing piece.

    It seems that the piece that is fitted there is not correctly placed.

    In the two rubber holes that can be seen in that photo, the plastic that carries the BMW-type 12-volt socket is fitted.

    That is, the plastic has been placed under the aluminum cover where the footrest goes. That plastic should go on top of the aluminum cap.

    You must remove that plastic cover as best you can, once outside you will see that this plastic has two protruding pivots, which are the ones that are embedded in the holes with those two rubber bands.

    To remove the plastic where the BMW-type cigarette lighter socket goes, you do not need to remove the left fairing, with a small Allen key you can remove the screw that is under the fairing.
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    Re: Looking for this part…
    Reply #3 on: Oct 31, 2022, 08.11 am
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    Coloco la foto siguiente para que vea como lo que le he dicho anteriormente.
    Una foto vale más que mil palabras…

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    Re: Looking for this part…
    Reply #4 on: Oct 31, 2022, 08.15 am
    Oct 31, 2022, 08.15 am
    |Think I've found it : T2308560 - "Bracket Lower LH"

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    Re: Looking for this part…
    Reply #5 on: Oct 31, 2022, 04.21 pm
    Oct 31, 2022, 04.21 pm
    I think I see it now. Re-assembled improperly. Will have to do a bit of disassembly/reassembly to be sure. Will advise. BTW, I bought it this way so was assuming a part goes there. Reassembled by a dealer in PA... Won't be the first thing I corrected!
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    Re: Looking for this part…
    Reply #6 on: Oct 31, 2022, 04.40 pm
    Oct 31, 2022, 04.40 pm
    If that was assembled by a mechanic from a workshop, that man would have to be given a first prize for placing a piece on top of the one that does not belong to him, putting that piece on top of the one that does not belong to him, it must have been difficult for him to place it like that, let's hope that when you remove it you have not forced the plastic piece where the BMW type 12 volt socket goes and also take into account that you have not cut the two protruding plastic pins that are embedded in the aluminum cover where it has the two holes with two rubber bands so that it fits well and does not move.
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    Re: Looking for this part…
    Reply #7 on: Oct 31, 2022, 08.59 pm
    Oct 31, 2022, 08.59 pm
    *Originally Posted by digital [+]
    At first glance, there does not seem to be any missing piece.

    It seems that the piece that is fitted there is not correctly placed.

    In the two rubber holes that can be seen in that photo, the plastic that carries the BMW-type 12-volt socket is fitted.

    That is, the plastic has been placed under the aluminum cover where the footrest goes. That plastic should go on top of the aluminum cap.

    You must remove that plastic cover as best you can, once outside you will see that this plastic has two protruding pivots, which are the ones that are embedded in the holes with those two rubber bands.

    To remove the plastic where the BMW-type cigarette lighter socket goes, you do not need to remove the left fairing, with a small Allen key you can remove the screw that is under the fairing.

    Correct! Voila!