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1.Make sure the wire hasnt come off the sensor, if it touches the motor it will turn the light on. 2. buy a new sensor 3. you can screw a gauge into the sensor hole and check actual oil pressure if your still not sure (just guessing but it may be about 3-4 psi) to get really technical, connect the new sensor to the gauge and a regulated air supply, and use a multi meter to see what pressure the sensor switches, this process can also check the old sensor.
At a guess its most likely the sensor, they can fail and often fail in the light on position, if it failed in the light off position you could lose oil pressure and not know. Good luck
I don't know why but Triumph does not list the grommet as an individually replacable part which is annoying!
But there is no reason why they/should not be able to seal this with a silicone based product.
If it has been attempted & failed, the reason is undoubtedly that the oil was not cleaned sufficiently from the cover and/or grommet before applying.
So you should thoroughly degrease these before attempting to retry.