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Old 02-19-2002, 02:33 PM
MikeM MikeM is offline
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Try this,

While moving, accelerate a little, and while releasing the throttle, hold down on the switch. You might find they drop. If so maybe not enough vacumn is present

I doubt the switch is bad unless you have depressed it over 10,000 times.
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