Kevo Posted February 26, 2007 Share Posted February 26, 2007 After several of you came to my aid with answers for my ignition switch problem, I thought with my technical background I could diagnose and repair a bad connection or a broken wire. WRONG Now, instead of an intermittent tail light, I'm completely dead in the water. The innards of the ignition switch are only slightly less daunting than the innards of a chronograph. Note the tiny springs that DO go flying the instant the switch is opened. I still have 3 springs after searching high and low. I heard a lot of small bits falling down into the fairing, so I'm not sure what else is supposed to be in there. I would love to post a picture I took, but I have no idea how to resize it to fit here. Luckily, Hemmersley can ship a new switch on Monday. $75.00 Moral of the story, Boys and Girls... Never ever ever open your ignition switch. Link to comment
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