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Re: set switch
« Reply #15 on: October 11, 2019, 16:58:44 »
Hi girls and gents,

Since driving during heavy raining last few days I now also have a stuck set button.
Will contact the dealer later on, or is someone of you having a quick DIY (do it yourself) solution?

Greetings,
Bruvex
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Re: set switch
« Reply #16 on: October 11, 2019, 18:36:55 »
As it seems to be a known problem at Honda, and if they do not change it previously; sure they do at your dealer; try WD40 can offently be a solution on contact's problem ...

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Re: set switch
« Reply #17 on: October 11, 2019, 23:01:44 »
Hi girls and gents,

Since driving during heavy raining last few days I now also have a stuck set button.
Will contact the dealer later on, or is someone of you having a quick DIY (do it yourself) solution?

Greetings,
Bruvex
When it is dry it will start working again :)

Mine was changed twice, second one was the improved version and no more problems.
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Re: set switch
« Reply #18 on: October 13, 2019, 15:06:19 »

When it is dry it will start working again :)

Mine was changed twice, second one was the improved version and no more problems.

Thanks Jyrays,

If it continues to happen I will try to get a new one from my dealer for free.
Seems to me that there are enough people who had problems with it.
Maybe Honda (or my dealer) will make a nice gesture.
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Re: set switch
« Reply #19 on: October 15, 2019, 21:37:58 »

When it is dry it will start working again :)

Mine was changed twice, second one was the improved version and no more problems.

Thanks Jyrays,

If it continues to happen I will try to get a new one from my dealer for free.
Seems to me that there are enough people who had problems with it.
Maybe Honda (or my dealer) will make a nice gesture.
It was first year fix list, usually they changed without asking.
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Re: set switch
« Reply #20 on: October 16, 2019, 14:55:26 »

When it is dry it will start working again :)

Mine was changed twice, second one was the improved version and no more problems.

Thanks Jyrays,

If it continues to happen I will try to get a new one from my dealer for free.
Seems to me that there are enough people who had problems with it.
Maybe Honda (or my dealer) will make a nice gesture.
It was first year fix list, usually they changed without asking.

In Switzerland service is shit and mine was never changed, it fucked up every winter, they weren't even aware of Honda changing these when I told them...

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Re: set switch
« Reply #21 on: October 17, 2019, 12:22:36 »


In Switzerland service is shit and mine was never changed, it fucked up every winter, they weren't even aware of Honda changing these when I told them...

Too bad for you!
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