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    Seat hump lock

    Anyone know how to remove the seat hump barrel and then fit to original pillion seat? Thanks

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    Re: Seat hump lock

    The barrel has a locking pin you need to use a small flat screwdriver to push in. Look down the side from underneath.

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    Re: Seat hump lock

    Thanks for the reply, I must be missing something as I can't see a locking pin, is there an image anywhere or a diagram

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    Re: Seat hump lock

    Theres a whole thread on here about it..

    https://youtu.be/mFoke2TS1O8

    One of mine was factory sealed and I couldn't remove the small plates (1,2 and 3)... a new lock is about 20 quid..dealer will code it for nought..or mine did anyhow...

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    Re: Seat hump lock

    Sorry wrong vid.. thought you wanted to code a lock... removing the lock is simple as Alex said..

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    Re: Seat hump lock

    Quote Originally Posted by Handbag View Post
    Thanks for the reply, I must be missing something as I can't see a locking pin, is there an image anywhere or a diagram
    It's more of a tab than a pin - about 4mm wide. Turn the seat upside down and look where the lock barrel locates.

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