Love My Baby
Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Hollywood, Florida
lbcole0915, I think you have a high likelihood that it's an ignition switch problem, from your last post stating you had some problems with it before. There are several contacts on that switch and any of them could become corroded from humidity. Don't know if you live close to the gulf coast portion of Mississippi, but here in Ft. Lauderdale the salt and humidity really take a toll on metal contacts.
I know it looks like it's going to be too much work, but I know you can do it if you follow the links that OlHossCanada gave you. Don't know how old your bike is, but hopefully you won't have to re-solder anything, though I bet you will need to clean all the contacts real good and maybe stretch the springs a little. Buy some contact cleaner and di-electric grease before removing the ignition switch. Good luck...
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Last edited by rubyrick; 06-20-2009 at 06:09 PM.