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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-07-2012, 01:27 PM Thread Starter
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Question Turn signal switch assembly

I'm trying to replace my left handlebar switches that were damaged.
I ordered a used one off ebay but it blows my fuses. The wires in the white connector don't match.

CheapCycleParts lists 2 part numbers:

35200-MFR-680 $82.54
35200-MFR-671 $81.01

Does anyone know which one I should get/what's the difference?

The problem is I can't find my old part or the one i bought to replace it...

Maybe Clueless knows.

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 11-07-2012, 02:25 PM
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When I bring up the parts list on cheapcycleparts all I get is 35200-MFR-671.
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These are the part numbers for the stock black ones.

35130-MFR-680---SWITCH ASSY., STARTER STOP, BLACK
35200-MFR-680---SWITCH, TURN SIGNAL, BLACK


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These are the part numbers for the stock black ones.

35130-MFR-680---SWITCH ASSY., STARTER STOP, BLACK
35200-MFR-680---SWITCH, TURN SIGNAL, BLACK


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that is what I am seeing also. 671 aluminum, 680 black
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That was one reason I kept a thread for just the OEM black part numbers I ordered in case anyone ever needed it.


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Ok, so the difference is color/paint.

AWESOME! Thanks guys, this helped a ton!

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I'm trying to replace my left handlebar switches that were damaged.
I ordered a used one off ebay but it blows my fuses. The wires in the white connector don't match.

CheapCycleParts lists 2 part numbers:

35200-MFR-680 $82.54
35200-MFR-671 $81.01

Does anyone know which one I should get/what's the difference?

The problem is I can't find my old part or the one i bought to replace it...

Maybe Clueless knows.
There a little cheaper at Honda Direct Line
http://www.hdlparts.com/fiche_sectio...10&fveh=135141

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These are the part numbers for the stock black ones.

35130-MFR-680---SWITCH ASSY., STARTER STOP, BLACK
35200-MFR-680---SWITCH, TURN SIGNAL, BLACK


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Hi, what do you use to find part numbers with this kind of description? I mean color of the part? Most popular sites can not give you such a full description. I have a problem finding stock black parts for the fury i am working on. Here in Russia this is a huge problem cause local dealers dont know nothing :-( :-( :-(

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A number of sites post the parts diagrams. This s the one I use:

http://www.motosport.com/cruiser/oem...RY-_-VT1300CX/
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