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Old 07-19-2012, 12:27 PM
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Hi guy's, 2010 Harley Davidson. I've added a bit of mods to it including viper alarms with voice control. Here's my little issue. I had it at Vision"s (installers) for the alarm install. Now, when they were done, i noticed a couple days later that my driver side A pillar, which they had to get behind it to add the LED, and it wasnt put back properly. And of course you get the same excuse"oh it was like thatwhen they got it as there's a lot of stuff behind it". I'm supposed to take it back next week, but was wondering about how to do it. On my 99 f150, it was easy enough, but not sure about this one, and dont want to maybe damage it some more. Tried looking in the haynes manual but it doesnt really cover the 2010. Is there any special way to reinstall it? I know its not a big deal, but it"ll drive me crazy seeing it everyday till then. Any suggestions?
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