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New bike got side swiped in a parking lot.

Some scratches, is what it is and not bad. The front right turn signal got pushed inside the fairing and I was able to pull it out easily and put the rubber stay back in place within the plastic that secures it.

However, the piece of plastic that has the hole cutout for the stay is pushed in so that a gap is visible and causing the turn signal to be rotated inward about 4deg. Not noticeable to the naked eye, but to me it’s not straight. I can pull the light out and just let it dangle and then with my finger reach in and pull the plastic forward; but it won’t stay. It looks like there is a plastic clip that normally is behind this piece of plastic and holds it in place.

I can take a picture later, but has anybody any idea how to get this plastic back in front of the apparent clip? Worst case can I take off some front fairing to see it more?
 

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I believe you have a CBR500R. Not sure you've said what year, so the link I have is for a 2017 year. Change the year if you like. Hope this schematic and parts lists helps you get a better visual. :wink:
Its a CBR500R, but its a 2019 so this diagram doesnt apply.

I was able to repair it by removing the front right fairing and then undoing the front right portion of the front cowl.
 

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Its a CBR500R, but its a 2019 so this diagram doesnt apply.

I was able to repair it by removing the front right fairing and then undoing the front right portion of the front cowl.
Actually the schematic I linked showed what I intended. I was trying to show the parts and hardware that attached the turn signals to the fairing. And the 2017 parts list is just as applicable to the 2019. Glad you had all the parts in hand and were able to make your repairs.
 
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