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Re: How To: Remove PB Sensor

I would give you another write-up, but i ride an 05 and dont have one.

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I would give you another write-up, but i ride an 05 and dont have one.
is only for the clutch on the 05's?
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I would give you another write-up, but i ride an 05 and dont have one.
The 05 doesn't have the parking brake limiter? I knew it had the yfz parking brake, but I thought it still had the limiter.

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Hey Maddog how would I know if there is a parking brake limiter? I have an 05 and am curious. Thanks.

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Hey Maddog how would I know if there is a parking brake limiter? I have an 05 and am curious. Thanks.
My guess is that if you've got the plug going into the clutch perch you've probably got the limiter. Check out the sticky and see if you have the wires in question.

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Re: How To: Remove PB Sensor

i pulled the white plug and it apparently controls the clutch. would not start in gear with the clutch pulled. i gave up looking for the bullet connections. i really can't figure out which ones they are. since i'm not having troubles with the pb yet i chose to let it go for now.
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Re: How To: Remove PB Sensor

You never broke a connection, you just pulled the sensor out making it think the clutch is always out, when you pull the clutch in, it pushes the head in completing the circuit and telling it to turn over. If there is not a wire going into the parking brake, then you do not have the sensor.

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Re: How To: Remove PB Sensor

so ive seen conflicting info here. am i mistaken in thinking that i can just cut the PB sensor off and tie the two wires together? or do i want to do the opposite and disconnect the white plug.... which i did find last night?

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Re: How To: Remove PB Sensor

My raptor is a 05 and yesterday I removed the PB Sensor, first I disconnected the white plug and there was no results. So I cut the sensor and tied both wires together and BINGO the problem is fixed. Now I can start in any gear as long as I am holding the clutch to avoid damage.
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My raptor is a 05 and yesterday I removed the PB Sensor, first I disconnected the white plug and there was no results. So I cut the sensor and tied both wires together and BINGO the problem is fixed. Now I can start in any gear as long as I am holding the clutch to avoid damage.
where did you cut the sensor? at the perch? still trying to figure this out. had it apart today and still the same results.
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