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    Changing out starter switch assembly

    Bike would not start, had signals and horn but no head light. Dealer said I needed new starter assy. and ordered. $80. piece. Got home and read a post here on cleaning the switch. Followed that information, and bike works perfectly. I went ahead and picked up the switch assembly from the dealer. My question, should I go ahead and change the switch? Hate to pay dealer $$$ to do it. My biggest question is where is the big red plug located and how to properly change the throttle cable. Anyone have experience changing this part? I tried searching previous posts before writing this msg. with no luck. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you

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    left side of the page, changing switch housings.

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