I'm not going to name names, cause he does get on here now and then. This is a problem that has been going on for a couple years. A guy came to me and said his EHC was bad. The bike died and won't start. Everything else worked, but it wouldn't start. He had a new ignition module put in several months before, and it had power in and out, and all the connections were good. No fault codes on the EHC, and every time we went to mess with it, I couldn't find anything wrong. It would fire up and and he wouldn't have any problems for a couple months. He was convinced it was the EHC, so I found a used one, and had it checked, put it in and it ran for almost a year. Same problem came back, and he started pointing his finger at the EHC. I said no, it's got to be a bad connection somewhere, but the customer is always right, so I got him one of the Axle units. The bike fired right up. A couple weeks ago I was following him, and the bike back fired and died. We pulled over, and he said this is what it's been doing. I shoved down on the wiring for the ignition module and it fired right back up. I said you have a broke wire in there some where, bring it over and lets look it over really good. He rode it for 2 weeks before coming over, and said it hasn't had a problem, but I tore all the wire connectors apart and checked all the wires again. Found nothing. He calls me from along side the road, 1/2 mile from his house. I told him to wiggle the wires around and try it. It fired right up. So this afternoon I went over to his house and started peeling heat shrink back. The shop that installed the ignition module, didn't solder the wires. He just put them together and put heat shrink on them. All 8 wires. This is a well known shop in the St. Louis area, the guys initials are D.A. I'll leave it at that. If anybody is interested in a good used stock EHC, I have a couple of them that are still good.