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Old 06-22-2010, 05:40 PM   #1
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Cleaning Ignition Switch

Hi boys, how have you been? Long time no speak! I need your help...inside the housing unit for my electronic ignition switch (the switch to start the bike in otherwords) has a dirty/bad connection and isn't always working.

Now I had this problem before and simply opend the housing unit as best I could to pour/rub solution to clean/burn off the built up .

The thing is I FORGOT what solution I used!!!! Geting old and all this tends to happen. What would you recommend???

Thanks all and hope everybody is well!

I'm not the ONLY one!!
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Electronic contact cleaner (from Radio Shack or other electronic supply) followed by WD-40.
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