- Jan 4, 2007
Well I was out trying to get my seat sensor to work, other than just when you moved a certain way or leaned back real had. This appeared to be the easiest job of the day as accessibility was right in front of you. Should have known it was only a lure into Murphy's law. All went fine until I tried to take the nut and bolt off to remove the sensor(thought I would put a washer under the post so I didn't need as much seat pressure). When the bolt started turning I smelled a rat. I found that you can't really get your hand inside to hold it, and appears to have a smooth head(maybe a allen head in the middle?). The next thought was to remove the seat, but the bolts are real rusty looking, and figure this is another scam of Murphy to get me in deeper(by this time I am onto him). So I figure the best thing to do is to just short two wires together and by-pass it altogether. Having the seat bar sensor gives you a safety and I figure you can live without the seat sensor. Does anyone know what colour the two wires are you short together? I can use my multimeter to see which are powered/shorted when in the right position, but Murphy keeps looking over my shoulder, and I don't want to give any opportunities.