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Power wires insulation has crumbled away.

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Old Sep 14th, 2020, 23:59   #1
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Default Power wires insulation has crumbled away.

I have to remove the ABS pump on. Any tips particularly when it comes to bleeding system after refit?

Can the plastic cap be removed as I need to fit two new power cables as the insulation has gone brittle and is crumbling off? These cable go up into the black plastic cap.
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