Originally Posted by Hoots
Dude yes I could just unplug the sensor and then do what? look at it? sing to it perhaps? maybe fondle it a bit? I dont have a replacement sensor to swap it with, and as the bike is under warranty it would be senseless to buy one and go through the process myself only to have KTM repeat it all at some later date if this turned out not to be the problem ...
So I think Ill stick with plan A, and just let the KTM boys swap the sensor and see if that fixes the problem - sounds simple to me ...
I think what BD is try to say is none of the other models of 690 enduros have a oil pressure sensor so why bother with one now , It's obvious that it is stressing you out , it is not needed and it is some thing else that can go wrong , in your case has gone wrong ,
A lot of us here use the KISS method Which KTM has not , it is an Enduro bike after all.