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3.2 WOT switch cleaning

My wide open throttle switch is acting odd.

While testing it with an ohm meter, there is an approx 1/2 second delay from WOT to the switch opening.

Hold throttle open by hand, wait,
continuity.

I'm sure I recently saw a thread here that showed a WOT switch opened up for cleaning, but can't find it...

Any of you ever clean the contacts in your WOT switch?

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Check Wayne 962 post on his 3.2 transplant in his 914. He tried but broke the switch, so he might give you some valueable tips.


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Check Wayne 962 post on his 3.2 transplant in his 914. He tried but broke the switch, so he might give you some valueable tips.


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Thank you Frank! That was exactly the post I was looking for. I 'think' Wayne broke his while trying to remove it from the tight confines of the 914. I'll remove my airbox and AFM so I should have pretty good access.

It's just a simple microswitch, should react instantly. Something must have gunked mine up.

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