Originally Posted by willwren
Charlie, your problem is the multi-function lever, not the hi-beam switch. Sounds like Chris only needs the switch, and it'* located some distance from your problem.
My issue is the connection inside the column, that the multi function lever snaps into.
( fig 9.7, section 12-4, of the Haynes #19020 manual)
Lever itself, is fine, and the actual connection between the lever. and connector is ok , ( that is... it snaps in OK)
It is the connector that goes to the multi function/ turn signal switch that is physically broken, making the lever
seem like a broken wrist, which moves freely within the opening but actuates nothing.
So you're saying... his issue is further down the column??
Haynes is unclear about the hi-bm sw