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Dadsy98
Having read Mike's post on the gas tank fix/mod Does anybody have an easier way to remove and re-install a starter switch on a 2110 or the like? Just taking the wires off was a chore. Would like to replace it for GP but, I'll probably wait till it's broke... Steve Whoops, this is a push button switch. Like the dimmer switch of bygone days.

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PatRarick
It's been a while since I messed with that, but if my memory isn't failing too badly, I think I removed the bolts from the dash and was able to slide the dash up the steering column enough to change the switch. Believe there is one nut on the steering column, inside the dash that was a little cantankerous, but the rest wasn't too bad. Pat

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