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You may be able to find a used BMW shop manual on e-bay.  I bought it new for my '94 RS, it's expensive.  I also got the Clymer's (or Haynes?) manual.  My point in buying manuals is that: if I use them once or twice successfully, they're  already paid for.
Bob Silas
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Fritz Curtis 
  To: Oilheads 
  Sent: Sunday, August 07, 2005 9:46 AM
  Subject: RTP

  Just bought a "Chips" bike from a dealer.  Upon arriving home
  with the bike, I discovered the brake light is always on!!
  The dealer will fix it for me but it means a 100 mile ride without
  a brake light.  Yes I know how to give hand signals but most
  cage drivers don't understand them.  I just wondered if this is
  an idiosyncrosy associated with the R1100RT and involves a "quick fix"
  of some sort.
  By the way, I am a newbie on this list as I have retired from the Airhead
  group since I sold my two airheads.  I was hoping I could do more riding
  and less wrenching.
  Also, could anyone tell me about a good readable manual for my
  oilhead?  Is Clymer still the best or at least most popular?

  Fritz in Owosso, Michigan