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Recently I had opportunity to see first hand an unrelated but nevertheless interesting maintenance issue arise on a 13000hr 206b3. Inside the console btwn the frt seats was found the wet line feeding the torque meter almost completely worn through at one point by a neighbouring wire harness. This particular machine has little in the way of unique add-ons and is fairly 'standard' in equip layout. A chance decision to re-arrange some radios led to this discovery. Is it a known problem to have these lines rupture due to external friction wear or more likely a rare phenomenon?

 

ps- cyclic monkey i think your *** is too small :huh:

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