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Hi/Lo Rocker Switch

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Description for Hi/Lo Rocker Switch 

Hi/Lo Rocker Switch

• These switches are perfectly suited as replacements for their original equipment counterparts

• Replaces OEM 71546-75

Product Specs

OEM Reference: 71546-75

Sold in Units: Each

Switch Type: Hi/lo rocker switch

Warehouse Part Number: 1062282

Fitment for Hi/Lo Rocker Switch 

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Harley-Davidson® Models

Electra Glide Anniversary FLH : 1978
Electra Glide Classic FLHC : 1979–1981
Electra Glide Classic Side Car FLHCE : 1979–1981
Electra Glide FLH : 1972–1978, 1981
Electra Glide FLH-74 : 1980
Electra Glide FLH-80 : 1978–1980
Electra Glide FLHF : 1972–1975
Electra Glide Heritage FLH : 1981
Electra Glide Police FLHP : 1981
Electra Glide Police FLHP-74 : 1979–1980
Electra Glide Police FLHP-80 : 1979–1980
Electra Glide Police FLP : 1972, 1974–1975
Electra Glide Police FLPF : 1972
Electra Glide Sport FLHS : 1977, 1980–1981
Low Rider FXS : 1977–1978, 1981
Low Rider FXS-74 : 1979–1980
Low Rider FXS-80 : 1979–1980
Sportster 1000 Café Racer XLCR1000 : 1977–1978
Sportster 1000 Electric Start Anniversary XLH1000 : 1978
Sportster 1000 Roadster XLS1000 : 1979–1981
Sportster 1000 Touring XLT1000 : 1977
Sturgis Belt FXB : 1980–1981
Super Glide Electric Start FXE : 1974–1981
Super Glide Fat Bob FXEF : 1980–1981
Super Glide Fat Bob FXEF-74 : 1979
Super Glide Fat Bob FXEF-80 : 1979
Super Glide Kick Start FX : 1973–1978
Tour Glide Classic FLTC : 1981
Tour Glide FLT : 1980–1981
Wide Glide FXWG : 1980–1981

Customer Reviews for Hi/Lo Rocker Switch 

Overall Rating:
1/5 based on 3 ratings

1 by

There is a fundamental design flaw with all chrome toggle switches...they essentially ground themselves due to chrome coating applied to entire solution is to isolate entire switch from housing (not practical)...the other solution is to isolate toggle from rest of switch by removing toggle and scraping chrome coating away from ball area as well as spring seating area...both areas must be free of coating to ensure switch is isolated and no longer grounds out as soon as power is applied...failure to do this will result in switch internals shorting out in a somewhat spectacular me on this...rather involved process, but if you're intent on chrome look, it's the best solution...otherwise, just stay with non-chrome version...hope this helps

2 by

BBQ'd itself within 30 seconds of having power applied.

0 by

Internals fell apart.

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