- Jan 16, 2015
Yes , unplug it and take it off the bike so you can work on it. Just buy a new one too !DOH - thought that did’nt make sense! I readily accept Access Norton’s ‘dork of the month’ award for that one! The procedure shows an image of the cable end and boot in plan view and then what appears to be in side elevation! Inviting the technically challenged to test the plug - that’s my excuse and I’m sticking to it!!
Access is very limited to the rear of the unit, even with the rear airbox bladder/oil catcher moved aside - is it acceptable to dismount the rec/reg or does it need to remain in place? I will test again today.
The below ebay item appears to be an exact match as you say. At A$25 I’m going to order it anyway as a spare or at least to physically eliminate it from the fault finding.
Appreciate your feedback guys.
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