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|01-08-2014 08:38 PM|
|sunnyboy||Thanks Rob. Sounds like the ideal fix. I sent a PM with my address. Please let me know the cost so I can cover it.|
|01-07-2014 07:22 PM|
Originally Posted by sunnyboy View Post
Just replace it with a SPDT toggle switch. No big deal. You'll get about 1-2 years out of a switch when used on a bike due to exposure to weather and such.
|01-07-2014 06:27 PM|
|enumclaw||I bought a few much higher quality switches (it wasn't hard) from Digikey a couple years ago. PM me your address and I'll send you one, gratis, if you'd like. The replacements are a direct fit, connection points and all, but much more robust.|
|01-07-2014 06:06 PM|
|Chewy||I just replaced the rocker switch on my Symtec for about $5.00 plus shipping from amotostuff. The switch is poorly designed and does not drain water if it's installed in the horizontal position. It lasted about 5 years.|
|01-07-2014 05:14 PM|
Symtec grip heater switch?
I installed a Symtec grip heater kit (16025) on my 07 Wee, hooking into the free switched circuit behind the radiator. It worked perfectly when first installed (for about a month). The heaters no longer work, there is current to the rocker switch, and there is continuity on both high and low circuits to the grips, so I assume the switch is at fault. I mounted the switch on the horizontal surface of the meter housing panel, so it gets wet. Has anyone had a symtec rocker switch fail due to water exposure, and found a solution?