Well I did it ! Hooray ! Patting myself on the back for doing a job that I've never done before. Replaced the start/stop switch assembly. I know there are alot of experienced motorcycle mechanics on this site, and that's a good source of information, thanks for that. I have an above average mechanical ability, but when you have never worked on a particular engine it is a challenge. I took it on, with help from this site and youtube videos, many trips back and forth to my computer got her done. I have a proclivity of doing things "backwards" and that slowed me down. I will say, there are more then a "few" steps to accomplish this. Have to be patient and remember how it came apart. Anyway, just wanted to toot my own horn, and say, don't be intimidated by the task. Use the resources available, this site and the vast internet. Partzilla is a good source for parts diagrams. Also good prices. Happy riding.