Clutch switch issues
I'm trying to make up my mind. I have an appointment scheduled this morning to have My clutch switch replaced. I'm thinking of just by passing it. Last time I was at the dealer to have a new switch put on, they said they'll have to drill it and tap because the screw holding the switch on had siezed. I looked at the screw and saw that they had stripped the screw. They said it would cost me about $65.00 plus ($ 40.00 for a new switch) to fix the siezed screw. I said try Lube the switch. It worked for awhile, but sometimes it doesn't.
Does anyone kno, if I by passed the switch...will it cause any problems with performance. I read a lot about it online. There's several different opinions. Also, what is the best way to by pass it? Any suggestions? I have to make a decision soon before I go in and have it drilled and tapped, to get a new switch put on this morning.
I don't want to fork out a hundred dollars. I have a lot of maintenence needed on my bike. Imy planning to do it all my self. I still need to learn how to do it. Need to get some tools and as much information that I can. I never worked on bikes before. The dealer is way to expensive for me. I believe I can do it my self if properly prepared.
Last edited by Nu2cyc; 10-26-2017 at 10:06 AM.