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I was rebuilding my blower motor switch and figured I'd take some pictures for anyone who doesn't want to spend the $90 on a new one. After wiping the gunk off the contacts and putting it back together, it's working again.

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Just make sure you get the orientation of the copper piece right. The notch should point toward the two mounting tabs on the body.
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I've rebuilt my heater switches too. Not much to it. A good pencil eraser to clean the contacts, clean the old grease out, apply new grease and all is well.
Did the same thing for my fuel sender. Very easy.
 

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I've rebuilt my heater switches too. Not much to it. A good pencil eraser to clean the contacts, clean the old grease out, apply new grease and all is well.
Did the same thing for my fuel sender. Very easy.
Just to confirm, I should be using dielectric grease correct?
 
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