On my first ride of the season I noticed my fog light switch was jammed, a common issue with the Wings various switches. The switch was stuck in but the fogs weren’t on. Switch wouldn’t budge. Used a hot hair dryer to try to get the common hardened grease problem to release the switch. No luck. Finally figured out how to remove the switch bank off the bike. Dismantled the switch and discovered the small copper contact inside the switch was burned and it melted the surrounding plastic. Tried my best to clean it up and make it work but it just wouldn’t slide properly. About to give up I noticed the internal switch mechanism is reversible. So I put the micro spring and copper contact in the non burnt side, reassembled it and it worked beautifully. Only trouble is now the fogs are on when the switch is out. Haven’t checked at the dealer yet for a price for a new switch but on eBay they were roughly $65CDN. At that price I’ll probably live with the reversed switch. Any ideas why it would overheat and melt? I always ride with my fogs on to make myself more visible.