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    Problems with CANBUS or dielectric grease

    Hi, everybody!!
    I read a forum much! Many people write that on models with CANBUS there are many problems with water hit (in rain)!
    I want to disassemble all electric plugs, HANDLEBARs SWITCH (Switch Pack Connectors), fairing on the new bike....., then I want to cover everything
    special dielectric grease! Somebody so did? It will save from water (rain)? What places can be greased and what aren't present?
    Maybe somewhere at forums already wrote about it if someone knows, give please targets to pages!

    Thanks for all !))

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    Ive had water issues on my ‘15 Ultra handlebar switches. They get soaked if we’re in a hard rain/storm then takes days to dry out and start working again. Had the left side warrantied last summer.
    Ridiculous. $27k and they can’t come up with rubber boot or bellows of some sort.


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    I don't know whether it is possible to use grease for CANBUS? Somewhere I saw information that it is impossible...

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