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    Kawi 15 f, removing crank pulse sensor and cover ?

    Well Im looking to remove my crank pulse sensor on my kAWI 15F. The four bolts came out easily but the cover is not budging are there any tricks. Im thinking I might have to remove the gas tank to get at the cover and pry it off. Any advice ??

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    Unless someone has glued it on, it shouldnt take a lot to get it moving.

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    Alright... I will take another look at it over the weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPB View Post
    Alright... I will take another look at it over the weekend.
    There are 2 pins on the cover in addition to the 4 bolts, you may need to wiggle the cover back and forth to loosen them up.

    Sean

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    Thanks Sean, I have used your sticky many times and appreciate you taking the time to post that. I got the cover off went to remove the pulse coil and stripped the screws. Those things are locked in there. I'm going to try a few things to get them out but figured it was best to step away for the afternoon. If I cant remove them I will be looking for a used cover that already has the screws removed, other wise I will have to buy new. If anyone has a cover please let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPB View Post
    Thanks Sean, I have used your sticky many times and appreciate you taking the time to post that. I got the cover off went to remove the pulse coil and stripped the screws. Those things are locked in there. I'm going to try a few things to get them out but figured it was best to step away for the afternoon. If I cant remove them I will be looking for a used cover that already has the screws removed, other wise I will have to buy new. If anyone has a cover please let me know.
    Happy to help, if you need a cover let me know I have a spare. The screws may be jis and not true phillips head, its been a while since I looked. Use an impact if you have one.

    Sean

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPB View Post
    I got the cover off went to remove the pulse coil and stripped the screws. Those things are locked in there. I'm going to try a few things to get them out but figured it was best to step away for the afternoon. If I cant remove them I will be looking for a used cover that already has the screws removed, other wise I will have to buy new. If anyone has a cover please let me know.
    Try gently heating them to loosen any Loctite that might be on them.


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