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Bolyard

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new switch assembly? haha try to old wiggle technique..if not maybe the locking mechanism is not good any more we have OEM switches that bolt on, and aftermarket ones that are water resistant and just have a better quality than the originals they do require you to splice your old switch pigtail on them to be a bolt on deal.

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