My bike was running great the other day, loaded up and took it to my favorite riding spot the other day and it wouldn't start. Tried the magic button, kick and bump starting. Finally after wiggling some wires behind the headlight, it fired right up. Now the kill switch doesn't work, but the start button did. I finished the ride and pulled the kill switch today. After pulling it apart, I noticed a couple of spots where there was some bare wire (just a couple of little nics). I applied WD-40 to drive out any condensation, dried and then re-wrapped with electrical tape. Re-installed and still nothing. I pulled the switch again, and the only thing in there is a metal connector that when pressed, completes the circuit between the two wires which then kills the engine. I pulled the start button and swapped t in place of the kill and it did allow me to kick start it. But the kill still doesn't work. This leads me to believe that it is in fact the kill switch and not further down the electrical line.....how many of you have had one go bad? There is nothing in there to go bad? Just the wires and a connector? Where is a good place to get a replacement.....Yamaha says they don't have an aftermarket one and Rockymountain didn't shw one for my bike.