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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-10-2020, 09:36 AM Thread Starter
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temp sensor connector

After getting fed up with the limp home crap and making me damn near wreck the bike on a 80ft double, i decided to go through the bike and find out whats going on with it. Dealers are out of question since non of them around here have ever seen one, let alone work on one. Anyway i feel like the limp home issue is caused by temperature since it becomes active after i ride hard in this Florida heat. Decided to check out the harness and found the coolant temp sensor connector to be loose. Tried connecting it back and no luck, won't lock in place. I need a new connector and I've been searching but no luck. Anyone sell just the connector and pins so i can repin it? Not looking to spend $500 on a harness for a simple connector. Thanks.

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Hello, is it the top of the connector? Is the clip not clipping in? I could cut the connector off an old harness.
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Yeah the clip isn't clipping in. Have to zip tie it on to make sure it doesn't back off of the sensor.

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