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I wrecked my bike last week at the track(a highside to be exact). The oil light will not turn off since then. I ran it just for a second to see if it still ran or not and it does. Their is no visible damage to the motor or any electrical part on the bike. The oil level is good and I checked the oil pressure guage with a tester and its still working but I dont have any idea if its functuning properly or not. I also disconnected the battery to see if it would reset but its still on.

Just wondering if any one has had the same problem or might know something else to try. Thanks.
 

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It has an oil pressure sensor that probably got hit in tha wreck, or the wire just got knocked off. I think its on the lower right front of motor. Should see something sticking out near that big braided oil line.

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I flipped over while doing a wheelie once and had the same problem. first I pulled the oil pressure switch out and started the bike briefly with my finger over the hole to ensure the bike still had oil pressure. next i blew the sensor out with compressed air. when I reassembled it was fine. I assume the switches stick under hard impacts
 

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I flipped over while doing a wheelie once and had the same problem. first I pulled the oil pressure switch out and started the bike briefly with my finger over the hole to ensure the bike still had oil pressure. next i blew the sensor out with compressed air. when I reassembled it was fine. I assume the switches stick under hard impacts
 
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