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I'm sure the same issue holds with any CARC bike, like a Griso?
Yes, the tiny black box with two screws.Before you seal it, dry it with a hot lamp or hot air for a day. If it isn't completely dry, you will have troubles again.Seal it mainly around where the wire enters.Get a new warranty replacement. The new ones appear to be made sligthly different and they may have fixed the problem. But seal the new one before installing anyway.
lannis the part that needs sealing is the connector, not the sensor. Use a bit of dielectric on the plug , follow the lead from the sensor up the rt side.
Lannis, I repotted mine with GOOP brand adhesive from the hardware store. Pry out the original rubbery sealer. Dry it thoroughly, get a good magnifier and light, and a toothpick to work the goop into all the crevices of the sensor, and around the cable entrance. Let it dry. since it's a solvent based adhesive, it will shrink a bit. Simply put a second coat on the fill it up again. Allow to dry thoroughly and you should be good for life. I also got the warranty replacement, GOOPed the cable entrance and joints, and set it aside for a spare incase my repair craps out. So far, so good.The GOOP is easier to get hold of than the epoxy that's detailed on Guzzitech, and it's the stickiest stuff I've seen. You could easily glue an object to plate glass with it. NO electrical conductivity.
In my experience (Griso) the dry&seal fix is not necessarily foolproof.Get a new sensor.
I will just have patience and wait a few days and see if all ok then will apply sealant around the wire. So when is all dry, the red light and service alert does not show? Or do I have to put the tire back on and spin it so the sensor responds before the dashboard resets?
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