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    MVVS 35cc ICU - L magnetic sensor wire damage?

    Ive managed to damage the magnet sensor lead on my MVVS 35cc ICU - L by allowing it come into contact with the hot exhaust (yep, stupid I know). It still works OK but will require repair sooner or later. The wire leads directly into the black box which does not appear to be simple to open, presumably I can repair the wire by cutting out the heat damaged section and rejoining ie soldering, heat shrink, and a little more care!.

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    RE: MVVS 35cc ICU - L magnetic sensor wire damage?

    Yes, just cut out the damaged section and solder new wire in. This will give you a chance to extend the leads if necessary.

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    RE: MVVS 35cc ICU - L magnetic sensor wire damage?

    Meesh ........

    Thanks for that, is the wire 3 core or two core? anything special required?

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    RE: MVVS 35cc ICU - L magnetic sensor wire damage?

    I'm not sure but any type wire of similar gage will work.
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