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Using a Phillips head screwdriver, loosen the screw holding the wire clip. Pivot the wire clip upwards. If the clip won't pivot up, remove the screw; then pivot or remove the clip. When the clip is out of the way, the bulb can be removed.


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There are several things you need to account for ... but to answer the question "Is it safe?", by all means it should be. It's not going to explode, but you could be washing down your cylinder walls with excess fuel. As long as it is running fine, there shouldn't be a huge issue. As I previously stated, there are still some potential gotchas you ...


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TL;DR: The alternator charges the battery as fast as the battery will let it, or as fast as the alternator can, whichever is lower, at a constant voltage (usually 13.8v, or 14.2v). The terminal voltage going down to 13.1v suggests the battery is not charging, and may be discharging, unless the battery is very low. The alternator or the battery is probably in ...


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