Genuine Honda Throttle / starter / kill switch assembly for several Honda CB's. It's common for the starter button's on these bikes to wear out due to arcing or they break for various reasons. This is an easy part to replace if your wires aren't running through the handlebars, if they are, it requires removing the handlebars and feeding the wires through. Electric start sure is nice when it's reliable!
This is a high quality Honda part, ready for many years of everyday use. If you are running aftermarket handlebars check to make sure the 36" wire harness is long enough.
This switch assembly will fit on many of the Honda CB's, check your wiring harness and make sure the connectors will work or you can replace the bullet connectors with connectors that match your harness.
NOTE: This switch assembly is genuine Honda, but it says made in China on the bag. Also, the switch is a sort of purpleish color rather than the original red. Honda updated this switch by changing the mold so you can run the wires through the handlebar or you can run them outside the handlebar. It does not have a locator pin like the original switch, so you don't have to drill your handlebars, it will still clamp and hold onto the bars.
- Wire harness is 36" long (3ft)
- 4 Male Bullet connectors - yellow, 2 black, yellow/red line
- 1 Female Bullet connector - black/white line.
Honda Part Number: 35130-377-P00
We also carry a reproduction of the left switch for some of the models below.
CB360T - 1975-1976
CB400F Super Sport - 1975-1977
CB550F Super Sport - 1975-1977
CB550K - 1976
CB750F Super Sport - 1975-1976
CB750K - 1976
GL1000 - 1975-1976
GL1000 LTD - 1976
and maybe others. . .
Throttle switch assembly
Posted by Lawrence on 25th Mar 2015
Very dissatisfied with the switch that was delivered to me. It was supposed to be a genuine Honda part to fit my 1976 cb550k. It is certainly not the same switch that we in my bike. It had no pin inside the switch that prevents it from turning on the bar and it has a hole in the house for something g to pass through, although my original switch does not. $102 wasted.