How To Care For Your Shimano Steps E Bike Motor | E MTB Maintenance

Published on February 5th 2018

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If your E Bike is running a Shimano Steps pedal assist motor, there are a few maintenance points that you should know! Now, we're not going to be working on the actual motor in any way...after all, Shimano require anything that in depth to be carried out by a qualified Tech centre, or else you risk voiding any warranties that could apply to you! Having said that, there are a few areas that trouble can arise from, such as connections, cables and the computer unit, as well as the standard MTB components that E-bikes use. We'll look through the sources of some potential problems and how we can address them to keep your Shimano Steps system running smooth and powerful throughout all times of year! What video would you like to see next on EMBN? Comment below and let us know! Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE and share this video! http://embn.me/subscribenow Check out EMBN Merch in our online store: http://embn.me/- The Electric Mountain Bike Network (EMBN) is dedicated to igniting your passion for electric mountain bikes (eMTBs) by taking your riding further, faster and further than ever before. EMBN is dedicated solely to covering eMTB from every angle: from demystifying electric mountain biking, to inspiring you to go electric, helping you understand what you need, where and how to ride, and how to get the best from your eMTB experience. Every week, of every month we bring you videos on... The know-how… The skills… The tech… The inspiration… ...to go faster and explore more! EMBN is mountain biking… fully charged: the same thrilling freedom – only faster, going further, and more liberating than ever before. Join the EMBN community: Facebook: http://embn.me/facebook Instagram: http://embn.me/instagram Twitter: http://embn.me/embntwitter Thanks to our sponsors: Specialized: http://embn.me/specialized DT Swiss: http://embn.me/dtswiss Haibike: http://embn.me/haibike POC: http://embn.me/poc WD40: http://embn.me/wd4