Gotta get outta here...
- Sep 20, 2003
On my bike I have a switch for the turn signals. A knob that you push sideways for the lights and in to cancel the light. So it has a mechanical component, I imagine with springs, maybe cams etc. The cancellation feature (push in) is starting to be sluggish. Maybe dirt inside or getting dry. So I'm thinking I should squirt something in there to clean and lube things up a bit. Of course, there are also electrical switches and connectors that I don't want to mess up by interrupting good electrical contact, and there is plenty of plastics. So what should I use? I have the usual assortment of lubes: dino, silicone, teflon, PB, Kroil, liquid wrench, WD40, CLP, etc. Or some dedicated product?