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Afraid so. The sensor in the old switch read the chip and communicated to the computer that it was good to go. Without the chip or the sensor, I doubt if your computer will work. Check with a dealer to be sure.
It is a plunger style switch and is located inside the right handlebar contol. Cut the wires about 2 inches or so from the old switch. Solder the wires from the new switch to the wires you cut from the old switch. Cover the solder joints with heat shrink tubing. Be careful when reinstalling the front brake lever so you don't damage the plunger on the new switch.
Dodge had a problem with bad headlamp switches. They will get hot enough to melt the switch and the connectors. Replacement switch comes with new connector and pigtail wires which require cutting the old wires and soldering new ones to the old and seal with shrink tubing. Do NOT attach with crimp connectors (**** connector). Take the extra effort to do a proper solder job on them. The switch is pricey - mine cost me about $100 from the dealer.
You don't say if you live in a colder climate and if this happens more in colder weather, but what it sounds like is the oil pressure switch is either partially plugged with oil gunk or thick oil when you first start your engine the oil pressure does not read as its partially plugged but as soon as you shut it off the oil redistributes itself in the pressure tube and reads the pressure. The easiest fix is to replace the old pressure switch with a new one but before you install it remove the old one and cover the threads where it goes with a rag and have a freind crank the motor over until oil comes out the threads and then install the new switch. Thanks Don
If you go to the Myverizon online and click Phones&Devices under the support tab, it will lead you to a page where you select the type of phone you have. Once you have done that, the next page should say "Activate Phone" on the left side. Click that and you will get step by step instructions to switch phones, activating the new one.