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Any one know an easy way to bi pass the clutch switch on a 07 675? Obviously the brass rod needs to be pushed all the way in to make the connection. Do you simply solder the rod in or cut the cable and connect the two wires together? Perhaps some glue :whistle:?

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As for the rant. Well I would just like to say to the person who designed the clutch switch that YOU ARE A DUMB ASS. You way overcomplicated a simple spring switch. First by simply making the clutch switch male/female connector impossibly hard to figure out how to disconnect. Then you put some a fucking brass rod w/ a spring and small black cap on the end thats impossible to keep in alignment. Then you design the channel the whole thing goes into freakin so deep and wide any time you try to connect it all the little back cap falls of the end. Sure it may work great but its IMPOSSIBLE to put back together. After 20 min trying to figure out how to disconnect the damn thing and another 20 minutes dropping the little black cap and almost loosing it a million times I gave up. So good job asshole.[/Rant]
 

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No need to really bypass. Just pull it out of the clutch lever and just leave it. You can start your bike without having to pull the clutch lever in.

If you study it, it basically work by having the brass pluger pushed down when the lever is standing still. When you pull on the lever it relieves pressure from the switch and brings it up.

Try it for yourself. Pull out the switch from the clutch her and start her up. She'll start up just fine. Do the opposite and hold down the switch while trying to start...she wont even attempt to turn over.
 
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