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Pass Button / Switch Stopped Working

No physical damage, just does nothing when pressed. Any suggestions? Thanks.
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contact cleaner spray , open the switch housing and spray it out

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What does it ACTUALLY do anyway?
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Thanks I'll give it a try.
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When following a car you can hit it a few times it lights up high and low beams at the same time. In the old days the guy in front of you would see that and normally yield and let you pass. Today with road rage, the driver will slam on his brakes and pull out his 9mm. I only use it to warn oncoming motorcycles about cop sightings.
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What does it ACTUALLY do anyway?
it activates the NOS and increases the turbo boost.......












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it just a push button for the high beam

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What does it ACTUALLY do anyway?
FLASHES the high beam when pulled, OFF when released.

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Ahh, nifty. Thanks. I think I'll rewire it for hellfires.
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Ahh, nifty. Thanks. I think I'll rewire it for hellfires.
TOO high-tech for an M2 Browning...?

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If you can't carry 4 cans for a deuce you might as well not carry it at all, right? Hellfires...one or two will do it I think.
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