Just bought a new E-Mountain Bike. A Haibike Full Fat Six 10.0. Haibike has gone belly up in North America and after many years, there will be no 2021 line up. So I had to get their latest, greatest and last fat e-bike. I just got the shipment and am assembling the bike. For the most part it is shipped 90 percent assembled and there are only a few easy steps out of the box before you are ready to ride. I ran into a snag and wanted to see if I could get an opinion or two from any Haibike owners. There is a wire lead that comes down from the handlebar display/controller. This wire (with its set of leads) routes through a frame hole via a grommet. Peaking out of the frame hole is the wire that is routed down to the motor and battery. Presumably these two wires should connect up within the frame via a set of male and female quick-lock disconnects. In assembling this bike I notice that there is a female quick-lock disconnect on the wire going down to the battery/motor but no corresponding male quick disconnect on wire coming from the display/controller. There is a wire termination that allows the two wires to be attached together but without the lock mechanism of a set of male and female disconnects, a slight force on the wire will pull apart the connection. I contacted the bike shop and they told me that this is the way Haibike makes this connection, replacing the male quick disconnect with a rubber seal. I don't get why there would be a quick-lock disconnect on one end, but not the other. And no locking mechanism. Especially given that turning the handlebars all the way in a direction places an obvious force on the wire. One idea I have is that on the display/controller side there is a brownish orange gasket that appears to be there to stop moisture from entering the connection. I wonder if maybe the Haibike engineers decided that this gasket was necessary, but would not fit within a quicklock disconnect. Anyway, when I make this connection it is a very poor one. The slightest force pulls it apart cutting off power to the display/contoller. The whole thing seems off to me. Sure I could tape it or silicone it together, but it will no longer be a quick disconnect and may be very tough to separate once time goes by. In the photo my fingers are holding onto the grommet that routes the wire into the frame. It does not pinch the wire so as to prevent force on the connection of the two wires. Beyond the grommet you can see the five individually colored wires which is where I would expect to find a male quick-lock disconnect. You'll note the wire coming out of the frame has a female quick-lock disconnect attached. Should I just take the bike shop's recommendation and slap it together and ride, or dig deeper into a better solution? seems like poor engineering for a $5800 bike, Searched for an answer, but none came upon here on the forum. Any thoughts would be appreciated.