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phanomenal07

Gonna put dielectric grease on my connectors today. Is there anything I shouldn’t unplug that might mess up the bike or anything?

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r1limited

Just do it one at a time, I would for saftey, remove the positive side of the battery wilst you are doing this

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Beemer

I wouldn't think unplugging anything would hurt anything. If it were me I would only be worried about making sure the ignition is off before I did that. I wouldn't recommend unplugging a suppository, it wouldn't be good for the seat but that's another issue. 😅 (why did you set yourself up for that? I feel bad now!)

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DewMan

I humbly suggest you disconnect the battery first just to be on the safe side

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Beemer
22 hours ago, DewMan said:

I humbly suggest you disconnect the battery first just to be on the safe side

I disagree, you should disconnect the bike from the battery. 🙄🤓😉 ( ^^^ what he said)

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r1limited
On 11/17/2017 at 5:58 AM, r1limited said:

Just do it one at a time, I would for saftey, remove the positive side of the battery wilst you are doing this

I said this first Sam I AM

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