Step 1- Remove headlight retaining ring. This is held on by the two 8mm Hex head bolts. Take out the 8mm hex bolts and the headlight flips up and out. The Phillips screws are for adjustment only. Don't mess with these!
Step 2-Unhook the headlight connector. Just pull it off the headlight.
Step 3- Take off the dust cover.
Step 4- Undo the headlight bulb retainer. There is a trick to this I can't really explain but it has to do with unhooking the small tension wires.
Step 5- The bulb should come out. Put everything back together in reverse order.
Unlug the light harness, unscrew the plastic nuts, pull out the headlight. Reinstall new headlight, screw the plastic nuts back on and plug the light harness back into the the headlight housing.
the headlight relay is above the glove compartment. remove the glove compartment , look to the upper right
2 1/8 hole drill
unplug the bulb, then remove the metal clips on front of headlight that secure it to the grill. pull the headlight straight out of the front of the grill. This is the best way to change the bulb as well.
Most likely something similar to "Shadow spirit" or "Spirit of the shadow."
Just remove the upper trim work around the doors and such... that's basically all that's holding the head liner up.
your headlight is probably full of water
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The oil capacity of a 2000 Honda Shadow Spirit 1100 is 3.3 quarts. This is equal to 3.1 liters of oil.
If it is similar to Ford, there is a small button on the side of the switch (behind dash) when pressed the push/pull handle will come all the way out allowing you to remove switch from rear
I have a 2002 Shadow Spirit, and I'm thinking the configuration has not changed since then. On the left side of the bike, remove the chrome cover by removing the nut at the bottom. Next, remove the chrome cover by gripping firmly and pulling. Tada! The battery is located behind the chrome cover.