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  • avatar lizreed 03/25/08 2:43 pm PST

    Well, I guess I need to answer my own questions in the hopes of helping someone else. There is no need to replace the firectional signal switch (or multi-functional switch - MFS). You can take the switch out and clean all the electrical contacts with a electric contact cleaner and then put new de-electric grease in the switch. This entire job took me about 40 minutes and was a piece of cake. If anyone needs more info, let me know. Cleaner and grease cost me $14 as oppose to about $120 for a new switch.

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  • lizreed 03/25/08 2:43 pm PST

    Well, I guess I need to answer my own questions in the hopes of helping someone else. There is no need to replace the firectional signal switch (or multi-functional switch - MFS). You can take the switch out and clean all the electrical contacts with a electric contact cleaner and then put new de-electric grease in the switch. This entire job took me about 40 minutes and was a piece of cake. If anyone needs more info, let me know. Cleaner and grease cost me $14 as oppose to about $120 for a new switch.

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