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Ignition switch difference, help!


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Several ways to do that. One of the most common is to use a Dremel tool (or similar) to cut a slot in the head and use a screw driver on them. Others have used a hammer and punch, while yet other people will use a drill and drill the heads off.

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New ignition switch on place and working! I hammered the old screws off with flathead screwdriver, luckily they were not tight.

In new one, "anti-theft" screws have 5.5mm bolt heads wich can be snapped off easily. I wont snap them in case i need to remove that switch again. Nice to have reliable switch :love:

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