No don't do it - nothing will wreck your switches better than this stuff:surprise:
Actually the problems with WD40 is it turns to tar so if you spray it on the moving part it helps temporarily then turns to glue.
Just trying to help here so please don't take it too seriously. I do use WD40 for burning ants, I guess it does have a use after all.
Can someone explain the above rant about Honda's replacement switch?
Why would they not have all the original switches in the replacement part?
What am I missing here?
Indeed, if the switch is depressed, the lower cowl lights " should " be on. If you press the depressed switch, does it pop up ?I just got (2 days ago) a new to me 2008 Wing with Navi and my fog switch is pressed in, I’ve taken the panel off and sprayed electronic contact cleaner all inside with no success. Is there something else I can do, if the button is pushed in wouldn’t the lights be on? Any help would surely be appreciated.