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Air temperature Sensor 1 week 2 days ago #28023

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all from ebay.com
front master cylinder rebuild kit
323607796935

rear master cylinder new
232570520965

this is used master cylinder for newer model (2013 Voyager), will work as well
333058619356

front brake rebuild kit
263062959319

rear brake rebuild kit
401356415284

you can find many on ebay with the exception of rebuild kit for rear master cylinder
1984 Kawasaki Voyager
2002 Honda CBR954
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Thanks for the replies. I need to decide if I want to take a chance on some used OEM stuff, some stuff from China or just buy some rebuild kits and spend the time doing them myself. I think I will have a couple of brews and think about it.

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No eBay APP ID défined in Kunena configurationIf your air temperature sensor is faulty and you cannot buy a genuine part, the sensor is a very common 2k NTC THERMISTOR. Like these..
Or as a trial replace the sensor with a 2.7k ohm resistor that will make the ecu believe the air temp is a constant around 25 deg c.

Hope this helps.
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ClintsMotorcycles wrote: Thanks for the replies. I need to decide if I want to take a chance on some used OEM stuff, some stuff from China or just buy some rebuild kits and spend the time doing them myself. I think I will have a couple of brews and think about it.


when you buy used, you never know what you buy and may need to rebuild anyway.
rebuilding the calipers is easy job
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Rebuilding them is the conclusion that I reached as well. Thanks for the advice.

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