Micheal, read the topic heading for the question.:shock::shock::shock::cooldevil::cooldevil::cooldevil::cooldevil::cooldevil::cooldevil::action::action::action:Ok, so what's the question? Not mind readers here.
That makes sense to me. My '79 had a switch next to the neutral light that was used to by-pass a bad thermo switch for the fan. I put in a good thermo switch.Most early model Honda motorcycles had a weak starting and charging system, so to combat the drain on the battery while starting, they were equipped with a handlebar switch that included an "on/off" switch for the headlight. Turn switch off, start bike, turn switch on to power headlight. This feature was also useful for the times when a low battery condition required an emergency trip home or to the shop; ride with headlight off in order to conserve power.
Keep tracing those wires...maybe the previous owner installed a "flux capacitor".That switch works like "run" switch on my bike. I have two similar working switches. It looks like some electrical wizard was working hard on my bike, hanging wires, disconnected connectors, fan works when it feels like it. It is going to be a lot of fun!
No, I think my VA doctor is though. He keeps changing what I take and how much I take versus what I'm used to.:shock::shock::shock::shock:Micheal, are you mixing your meds again. Blue ones in the morning and green one at night.:cheeky1: