Screw under front turn signal got stripped !!!!
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    Whats up guys, i am facing some difficulties with screw under front turn signal got stuck. I tried different method to pull them but none of them worked. Like grap screw fluid and the drill.
    Any ideas of how to pull this annoying screw.
    I appreciate your help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdulaziz-m109r View Post
    Whats up guys, i am facing some difficulties with screw under front turn signal got stuck. I tried different method to pull them but none of them worked. Like grap screw fluid and the drill.
    Any ideas of how to pull this annoying screw.
    I appreciate your help
    And the problem of the spot of the screw is very limited space

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    If you have already stripped the head, you have a couple of options.
    1. Drill the screws out
    2. Slot the screw and take an impact driver to extract it.
    This has been a known issue since 2006.
    Best of luck.
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    I had that same problem, and it was a bitch.

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    Hey buddy I faced same issue. I just drilled it out. Since it's very limited space it gave me a lot of issues to come out. Good luck no easy way.

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    I had the same problem . I was able to insert a long , flat , thin screwdriver on the damaged phillip head of the screw and very carefully started to turn it until it started to move little by little , but it was very frustrating and it took a few tries .
    Just have more patience and keep trying being careful not to damage the plastic or the chrome base... good luck

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    Same issue here. First thing I changed on bike was paint the turn signal stems black (Its a BOSS). Stripped phillips heads, drilled screws out. Put socket head cap screws back in.

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