Yes, I'm hoping I can rewire that or I'm guessing I will need a new wheel sensor as well.Jon Wildsmith said:is that an ABS sensor wire it's cut through?
There shouldn't be anything electricaly special about the wire (I've repaired a few ABS wires now), it just usually has a thick sheath for mechanical protection. Try and put heat shrink over the joints and then wrap it all in self amalgamating tape to really seal it up and avoid small current leakages at a later date would be my advice.24Seven said:Yes, I'm hoping I can rewire that or I'm guessing I will need a new wheel sensor as well.
I did think it was time for a very good look this year of the suspension and joints (front joints) but I never thought an OMU shock would break after only say 5K miles of hard use, something I would never of thought of changing for PM after so little time, maybe I was just unlucky.Jon Wildsmith said:That is lucky - lucky it didn't do any major damage and lucky your trip wasn't spoilt by it
Could be, it's a very hard location to get a socket / spanner on, I will have a good look at the break point with the grammar school boy at work when I get it off and see what he thinks.Jon Wildsmith said:It might be that the top bush's were too stiff or that the nut was done up too tight which puts a lot of extra stress on the pin.