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    Another Buell Temp Sensor question

    06 Uly: I noticed my fan wasn't coming on while shutting off my hot bike. Pulled out the Buelltooth and sure enough the fan works as it's supposed to with the Buelltooth. I figure it must be a temp sensor located on the rear head. So, I bought a new sensor, made a removal tool, (someone can have it when I'm finished), removed the old sensor and immediately noticed a difference in the connector, (not the 1/2 inch bolt that is the temp sensor, but the connector). Here's a pic:

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    Do you think I can just cut off both connectors and swap the old, "male push-in" connection onto the new sensor harness and replug it in? I really don't want to mess with the connector on the bike side since there's hardly any room to work with.
    Also, is this harness wire a single wire or wire strand? At 80 bucks a shot I don't want to do any exploratory surgery.
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    Free to good home when i'm done.

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    ward: your 2006 ulysses has the old style temp sensor. the part # for same is 32564-99Y or 32564-99YC. it was delisted about 4 years ago and superseded by the latch plug model you bought. there are still some new floating around online including ebay. swapping the old style bullet connector over to your new ETS can be done but is tricky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lunaticfringe View Post
    ward: your 2006 ulysses has the old style temp sensor. the part # for same is 32564-99Y or 32564-99YC. it was delisted about 4 years ago and superseded by the latch plug model you bought. there are still some new floating around online including ebay. swapping the old style bullet connector over to your new ETS can be done but is tricky.
    Thanks.
    Swapping the old style over to the new style would be too hard for me to do due to the short length of the female side of the bullet connector. I think cutting off the new latch type connector and splicing the old male bullet connector onto the new harness might be the best option. I"m just wary about length, (like Cooter mentioned), solder? splice? Nature of the wire, etc.
    I'll first check to see if I can find the old style online.

    Cooter, the fan never comes on when I shut down, even when it's really hot. I can't remember having a problem with the fan not coming on before I swapped to a race muffler and reprogrammed the ECM with Buelltooth, but not sure since I wasn't always paying attention to the fan.

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    ohm meter reading after putting sensor in hot tap water.

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    Ohm meter reading after piling ice cubes on the sensor:

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    ohm meter reading after sitting out in the sun:

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    The chart which shows that the ohm meter readings I made closely correspond with the chart, which also tells me my original temp sensor is likely good, which also tells me I made a bonehead mistake, which also tells me I need to continue troubleshooting.

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