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#468647 04/03/2022 9:12 PM
by Ky_Joe
Ky_Joe
Any suggestions on an lost ignition key for a 27 capitol? The guy that I bought from said he had it and now he can’t find it? I thought I could use another key but I been trying to
find one that will fit with now luck so any help will be appreciated
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#468656 Apr 4th a 01:10 AM
by Chipper
Chipper
My advise is to not use the stock ignition switch. They contain some die-cast "aka white metal or pot metal" parts that can render the switch inactive with no warning. I install a modern 30 amp toggle switch. I had used the "coaster" switch but after cleaning the contacts two times and having it fail decided a more reliable replacement was warranted.

If you want to have it look operational you can put a key in the slot and hide the toggle switch under the dash. I place it on a small plate with hole for the toggle switch and one for one of the steering column bolts. Works well and nearly out of sight.
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#468653 Apr 3rd a 11:56 PM
by Bill Masters
Bill Masters
Contact Jarvis Erickson at 425-776-2804. He advertises in the G&D, and he may be able to help you.
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