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Thread: Looking for some hardware help (neutral sensor removal)

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    Okay, that's funny :-)

    Cooter - that's exactly what I did (contact cleaner, etc.).

    John and I are talking through email, and he's recommending that I remove the front pulley when I install the new switch in order to properly torque the sensor in the case. That's what I'll do. I'll need to borrow a pulley tool to do it, though (to block the front pulley), and I'll need a 1 7/8 socket and longer breaker bar as well (and maybe a torch). That said, it's the right way to do it.

    Took the bike on about a 40 mile ride to close the day - ran well, neutral light worked a treat without stopping. We'll see how it continues.

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    want me to send you down the tools you need to do it jay? is the special nut socket and adapter tool and pulley locking device.

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    John, that would be awesome, but let's wait until I can get the new sensor here. No sense in going through the process for what might be a suspect (and 9+ year old sensor).

    Thanks again for all the help....wouldn't be at this point without you at all....



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