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To find the hockey puck just look at the switch, where you put in the key to start the bike... then look under it and you'll see the switch's cylinder and beneath it, a plastic thing that looks like a hockey puck. That's what you have to take off, take apart and clean.
So you take the hockey puck off carefully so it doesn't crack open, take it inside and onto a desk or maybe even try to open it over a big bowl in case things to pop out. When it's open you'll see some copper contacts, clean them until they're shiny again and then take the small springs and stretch them out a bit and then reassemble it and put it back on the bike.
See the hockey puck, but how do you actually get it off of the bike? What other junk needs to come off first?
EDIT: OK, so I looked at the pics in the first link Hoss posted, and it looks like you need to remove the two side bolts holding the guage cluster on, lift it off the guages and two bolts to remove the switch?
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Last edited by abyssdncr; 05-23-2011 at 10:48 PM.
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