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Is the 92 SE starter/cruise control different from the non-SE control

I need to replace my starter/shift control switch on my 92 SE. I see GL1500 switches on fleabay but the part number for them is 35130-MT2-003. The fiche for the 92 SE shows a part number of 35130-MT8-771. Anyone know if I can use the non-SE version? On the fiche, the breakdown looks identical, but then why the different part if they are the same.
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Hi, they are the same, but why do you want to change it ? are they burnt maybe just need cleaning.
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The SE has lighted faces were the Aspencade has no lights which is what you're looking at on fleebay. Can you use it, yes.

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The part number 35130-MT2-003 is for the Aspencade.

The part number 35130-MT8-771 is for the SE.

The differences is the SE has illumination and the Aspencade does not have illumination.

Look at the fiche again for the Aspencade, you will not see the following item numbers listed:

Item # 5 (Bulb)

Item # 13 (Bulb)

Item # 9 (Plate)

Item # 10 (Clamp A)

Item # 11 (Clamp B)

Note: They are shown in the picture but not in the listing.

Look at the fiche for the SE, you will see them listed.
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Ah, thanks for the detail on the differences. I totally missed the bulbs. The set/decel button is not just sticking, it is actually loose. I did try cleaning it with some electric contact fluid, but it still does not move properly and gets stuck in the down position. When I pulled apart the control, I found that the housing for that button is broken. I think I can do without the illumination. Thanks for all the replies. Much appreciated!
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Why not purchase the SE Switch Cluster, it is even cheaper........??

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Ah, thanks for the detail on the differences. I totally missed the bulbs. The set/decel button is not just sticking, it is actually loose. I did try cleaning it with some electric contact fluid, but it still does not move properly and gets stuck in the down position. When I pulled apart the control, I found that the housing for that button is broken. I think I can do without the illumination. Thanks for all the replies. Much appreciated!
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Ah, thanks for the detail on the differences. I totally missed the bulbs. The set/decel button is not just sticking, it is actually loose. I did try cleaning it with some electric contact fluid, but it still does not move properly and gets stuck in the down position. When I pulled apart the control, I found that the housing for that button is broken. I think I can do without the illumination. Thanks for all the replies. Much appreciated!
I just replaced my module but I dont think it was my issue,if I did not toss it you can have it for parts,I can tell you replacing that is a tough job.I will look for it.

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