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      02-19-2023, 03:30 PM   #1
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Rear shock

Hey guys, so I was riding with chains on and the chains broke and road up into my chassis. I looked under and noticed this cable broke off the shock but I canít seem to get it back on? I assume itís broken and was wondering what the part is called because I have tried to look up the part. Nothing seems to be showing. Any help is appreciated!
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      02-19-2023, 03:32 PM   #2
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It also seems like there was another cable? It might have ripped off? If anyone can show me what theirs looks like?
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      02-21-2023, 07:55 PM   #3
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Not sure on the specific name for it, but you should be able to find it on realoem.com. The box the cable goes into on the upper right of your picture should have a plug/socket so you can replace just the damaged cable you have.

The other cable is for the brake sensor. But it's not on all wheels. Only the left front and right rear. (iirc, it might be LR, RF)
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That sucks, hopefully nothing else was damaged down there.

37146852924 (EDC adapter wire) is your damaged wire going into the junction box as pictured.

and 34526791225 (ABS wheel speed sensor) might be on that side fastened by a screw to the hub it looks like. If it isn't on that side then it's on the other side as mentioned above.
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Oh shoot. I forgot about the ABS speed sensor. That would be on all 4 wheels. You need those. But they route a bit differently and are more protected. And if you did tear one of those you would have ABS failure lights on the dash.

I was talking about the brake pad wear sensor, which is only on one wheel on each axle. And since they don't fit on most track pads, I have mine just tied off with a zip tie.
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