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Dazco
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Headlight switch

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Had the headlight switch fail the other day , the rocker was solid in the off position . Before ordering a new one i thought I'd have a look inside ( I'm a tight git )
Anyway turned out to be a small metal ball bearing that had popped out of the spring loaded indexer type thing, popped it back in, bit of grease and all is hunky dory again.
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That’s the true 80-90 way .... fix it ,  but get a spare in stock ready ....
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Dazco
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Re: Headlight switch

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Yeah good point :ok
Check ya nuts
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