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EOP wire cut

Hello,

I tipped my bike over (fortunately it was a a low speed), and it appears my EOP (engine oil pressure) wire got cut. I'm pretty sure it is the EOP, according to the manual. Does anyone have any experience in replacing the wire? Any help will be much appreciated.

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Have you found a replacement wire? What questions do you have? Which side is damaged? the EOP or the bike side of the wiring?




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I looked online to find a replacement wire but was unsuccessful. Do you know of a site that would sell them? The bike side of the wiring is the damaged side. I attached a picture of the cut wire if that helps.

I am wondering if anyone knows how to replace the current wire once I buy a replacement.

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Cheapest one I could find. Remove from the case and trace the wires to the plug and unplug them. Replace with the new one.

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Thank you so much! I don't even wanna know what the bill would've been if I took it to a garage
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You did take it to the garage. We just helped you figure it out online. It's what we do at TripageLED.com

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