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Kill switches located in compartment where clean out plugs are located. I have one that the nut is cracked and lets it be to low to make contact. What size and thread nut will be needed to replace it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just take the guitar with you to a local guitar music store, where you'll have to go anyhow to get the part, and the store will be happy to repair it for
the price of the part.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
From Experience trying to clean the threads up usually results in just stripping the stud the rest of the way. Depending on how the car is set up (i.e. rear disc or rear drum brakes) replaceing the lug studs is fairly straight forward. All you need to do is remove the tire, remove either the brake drum or disc, and determine if you have room for removal and reinsertion of a new stud. If not determine what has to be removed to give you that room. Then comes the fun part. Take about a 2-3lb. hammer and knock the old one out. Yes, they just knock out. Then to instal the new one just set it in the hub where the old one came out, place a few washers that will fit over the knurled part at the base on the stud and the new lug nut and tighten it down til the back side if flat against the hub. Then just reinstall previously removed parts and you are done.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
It is a short in the kill switch, or the wire running to the kill switch. check insulation on the wire running to the kill switch and check the routing of the wire to insure that it is not being rubbed by moving parts, or the insulation melted by hot engine parts such as the exhaust system. Finally check that the kill switch itself is functioning properly with a test light or OHM Meter.
Posted on Aug 12, 2010
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