No rattle here...
No bulbs, no sockets.Maybe something as simple as a loose bulb in the socket... no worries.
Oh, signals are LED too? Cool...No bulbs, no sockets.
LEDs on circuit board.
Op should request a replacement mirror assy.
If the dealer can't diagnose the problem you could start removing parts, one at a time until you find the culprit. I know this would be a total pain in the a$$, but maybe worth it for peace of mind. I've been known to do this before, myself. Sadly, my OCD sometimes gets the better of me.I hear a metallic rattle as you but I don't know from where... In front but not from mirrors
Interesting...is it visible enough for a pic without much disassembly or too much inconvenience?There are single rubber mounted bolts to the both top sides of the headlight chassis under the front fairing, I found the the left one was loose from the factory, later discovered the thread was stripped. Stills needs replacing.
Unfortunately my friend I re-aligned my fairing yesterday after installing the alarm. I am not undoing my work for a pic, Sorry. If you take off the two black plastic on the sides you will see all the bolts.Interesting...is it visible enough for a pic without much disassembly or too much inconvenience?
Oh wow that's a serious bolt too.This morning I've seen I've lost a screw on the front bracket (headlight and dashboard).
There are 3 screws, lacks the lower... (number 25 on drawing)
I went to my dealer and he screwed all.
But the rattle is here again :|