I've determined that my switch seemed to have overheated at one point. The Blue wire from the connector has melted some and the spade conector in the connector was blackened. So I'm in need of a new switch or sending this one out for rebuild. I've seen new switches on-line for $500.00!!!!!! I'd just might as well use hand signals or never drive at night for that price. But that makes it difficult to get her inspected.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

George
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Originally posted by geoshanna:
Thanks for the info guys. Roughly how long does it take him to do a re-build and what is the process? I'll send him an e-mail tonight.

Thanks again!

George



I recently sent him one and had it back in less than a week! From coast to coast!

Ron
I e-mailed him yesterday and he's already replied and told me he'd get right on it as soon as I get it to him. I'm getting excited that he'll be able to turn it around that fast. Tonight I'll work on the back up lights and when I get the directional back I should be good for inspection and on the road!!

I'll keep you posted.

George
Got my directional switch from Bill last Friday! He was very professional and informative. He explained all the faults and even sent me pictures showing the failure. It was a return spring on the contacts that actually caused both the high and low beams to be on at the same time. He also replaced a couple other parts that he thought looked worn out.

The best solution compared to buying a new switch was to send mine to Bill. It took him less than a week to get the switch back to me.

Thanks again everyone for pointing me in his direction and of course to Bill for providing such a great service to all of us!!!

George

Now I just have to find a relay for my horn to work...lol
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