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    Speed Sensor Circuit

    Iím just looking for thoughts on what I should look into first. Iím assuming the speed sensor is bad. Anyone had to deal with this issue before?




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    Yeah, normally it will be a bad sensor or broken wire. to the speed sensor.

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    Wonderful. Thanks for the advice. I guess I will take care of that next week...
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    Before you go tearing everything down and buying new parts, just remove the affected sensor, and clean off all the dust and metal shards that tend to accumulate on the magentized end of the Hall effect sensor ( ie its a magnet ) the material removed from the brake drum tends to end up on the sensor, its worth a try before spending $$$

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrwildebeast View Post
    Before you go tearing everything down and buying new parts, just remove the affected sensor, and clean off all the dust and metal shards that tend to accumulate on the magentized end of the Hall effect sensor ( ie its a magnet ) the material removed from the brake drum tends to end up on the sensor, its worth a try before spending $$$
    10-4. I wonít be back from Daytona until Tuesday morning. Will work on it that night and let yíall know.


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