Got home last Friday from a three day trip on the GRiSO. Just as I pulled into the drive the oil pressure light came on, went to pull the dip stick and saw the lower part of the motor was covered in oil.
My local Repco shop didn't have the the right Tridon switch so I bought one that had the same dimensions and connection and did a search to see what was involved in changing it out.
Wasn't looking forward to disconnecting the fuel line to remove the tank, so was pleasantly surprised to find I could prop the tank up enough to have plenty of room to work.
Just as well as there was plenty of crud and oil in there to clean out.
Also the fact that the switch had a 24 mm hex nut meant you had to improvise a bit with a 24 mm or 15/16 spanner and a shifter to tighten the switch.
As a bonus found why an overfill dumped fuel on the gearbox. The overflow hose had come off one of the nipples on the rear of the tank.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]