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    On/Off Switch Rebuild - Know anybody?

    Well - the cold and age finally got to my on/off switch. Know anybody that rebuilds them or can help with a replacement red on/off slide? It broke the black plastic piece that controls the slide behind the exposed red switch.

    Also - have a referral for an aftermarket one I can buy until I possibly get this figured out?

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    I might have an Oem switch housing without the internals.there are used Oem and aftermarket ones on eBay..I may have a new eBay aftermarket one I’d sell as well.I have to look in my parts stash tonight..

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    Diesel60....I just ordered one of these....

    https://www.ebay.ca/itm/Switch-Honda...72.m2749.l2649

    I'll let ya know how good it is when it arrives.


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    That would be awesome. I appreciate it.

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    Here's a wiring Diagram for ya!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Langbolt View Post
    Diesel60....I just ordered one of these....

    https://www.ebay.ca/itm/Switch-Honda...72.m2749.l2649

    I'll let ya know how good it is when it arrives.

    Diesel60...get one of these as recommended.

    Quote Originally Posted by diesel60 View Post
    Well - the cold and age finally got to my on/off switch. Know anybody that rebuilds them or can help with a replacement red on/off slide? It broke the black plastic piece that controls the slide behind the exposed red switch.

    Also - have a referral for an aftermarket one I can buy until I possibly get this figured out?
    The eBay version listed above is your best bet. Not OEM quality, not even close, however; they function and look decent.

    Carlos

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    Quote Originally Posted by diesel60 View Post
    That would be awesome. I appreciate it.
    The Chinese knock off arrived on Friday.....it looks really good....the buttons are shinier than OEM and rounded off a bit more......but for a $49 part that is no longer available from HONDA , I'd say it's a WINNER!

    I'll get a pic of it beside my OEM one so you can see the difference.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Langbolt View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by diesel60 View Post
    That would be awesome. I appreciate it.
    The Chinese knock off arrived on Friday.....it looks really good....the buttons are shinier than OEM and rounded off a bit more......but for a $49 part that is no longer available from HONDA , I'd say it's a WINNER!

    I'll get a pic of it beside my OEM one so you can see the difference.

    <img src="https://www.trx250r.net/forums/images/smilies/biggrin.png" border="0" alt="" title="Big Grin" class="inlineimg" />
    I have these on both my 250r and they work very well never had a problem so far. Glad you got what you need buddy
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    Quote Originally Posted by diesel60 View Post
    That would be awesome. I appreciate it.

    OEM HONDA on the Left.....Chinese knockoff on the Right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Langbolt View Post
    OEM HONDA on the Left.....Chinese knockoff on the Right.

    Very close to OEM, and function well. I've only heard of a couple of issues, and they only occurred when these first introduced to the market 3-4 years ago...believe all is good now.

    Carlos


 

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