Do not directly spray your power meter with a pressure washer.
Cover your power meter to avoid direct contact with any cleaner/degreaser. Some degreasers can cause your battery housing to become brittle. If you get cleaner/degreaser on your power meter, make sure to rinse it off immediately.
Take the battery cover off when dry and wipe down the gasket area with a dry paper towel to ensure that no cleaner/degreaser has gotten in between the gasket and fasteners.
Drive Side (right) - Ensure that the drive side (right) battery cap is installed securely in the locked position and that the screws are fastened snug.
Non-Drive Side (left) - When installing the non-drive side (left) battery cap, use your thumb to apply pressure on the cap while twisting in place with the other hand.
The O-Ring should not be visible after install and the cap should be flush with the pod housing.
Lost or damaged your battery cap?
Every battery cap (right and left) has an o-ring installed to guard against water and dust ingress. It is important to regularly check the integrity of your o-ring.
To check your o-ring, remove the battery cap, and visually inspect the o-ring to ensure it is free of rips and tears, and seated in the groove. We recommend occasionally lubricating your o-ring by applying a light coating of silicone based grease to protect it from drying out and cracking.
How to Care for Your Power Meter
Care and Maintenance
Here’s how to keep your power meter as fresh and fit as you!