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I just received my J&M Noise filter. The instructions show it is for the 1985 LTD and the 1986 SEI. From what I am seeing, it should work on my 84 Aspencade. I can follow everything in the directions except for the term "P.B Sensor". Does anyone know what this is referring to? Imay feel like an idiot since it will probably be a simple answer.

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I believe the term P.B. Sensor refers to the ability which both of my dogs have.¬* ¬*They can SENSE when I am eating anything containing Peanut Butter, and they come beggin'

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AWWWW! TOO FUNNY!! CAUSE IT"S TRUE!! My younger brother had two dogs that would practically run you over if you opened ajar of PB!
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I'm not positive but I believe that sensor is located just to the left of the battery on the LTD/SEI but doesn't exist on the Aspencade. You might send a PM to Oregonwinger he's done a bit of work in that area.

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actually the PB sensors (PBR, and PBL) are located forward of the airbox, above the coils on the LTD and SEi. they are to sense manifold pressure for the fuel injection system. Your aspy DOES NOT have these.

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Thanks Scott, I couldn't remember what those sensors were. Did know they were only on the LTD/SEI. Should have kept the manuals when I sold my SEI.

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Thank you ScottInNV an exavid,

that make sense! Since the paper shows two of the ground eyelets go to that sensor and my bike does not have them, then I should be okay attaching them to the two coils where they mount to the frame. I believe it would give me the same results.My wife will be glad to get rid of the whining, at leastfrom me about the radio!!

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So what does PB stand for Lead left and lead right????

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AH, so they must be Pressure Booster sensors. Any other guesses??

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