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This is a lousy picture but it is of the switch on the front master cylinder.The male connector broke off.Anyone had to replace these? Can I repair it or replacethis?I tried getting it apart but they got it real tight.Any ideas?

Honda part number SWITCH, FR. STOP
35340-MA5-671
 

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It's a sealed part not meant to be fixed..but not much to loose if you can get it open and replace the tab..a little soldering...???
 

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Yep thats what I'm going to try.Maybe a drill too.
 

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"Holyfoonoly" $17.40? WoW.With prices like that I'm gonna need a "bailout" myself soon.

Made my own.Took it apart and made a new male component out of some brass connector I had on hand.Works.Thats all that counts.
 

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tomw wrote:
"Holyfoonoly" $17.40? WoW.With prices like that I'm gonna need a "bailout" myself soon.
:waving:The switch is available at Honda Direct Line Parts for $13.40. This is a company thats sells OEM and also aftermarket parts. This is a genuine Honda part. Their toll free number is: 1-800-785-6761, below is a link to their website.

http://www.hdlparts.com/fiche_select.asp
 

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:waving:I see that you have fixed your switch, way to go!
 

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A little MacGiver and a little Gomer Pyle and what do you know? Its done.As long as it holds I'll live with it.Now I can spend that $15 on wheel bearings! or put it towards carb sync tubes etc.
 

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rcmatt007 wrote:
mother honda doesn't even give you complemntary KY with those prices either
:waving:Honda Direct Line is not"mother honda" but an independent company that sells OEM Honda parts. Shipping will add about another $7 to the price. I have dealt with them before but if I can I'll buy parts at my local Honda stealer to save on the shipping cost.
 
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